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Emerald Windows Paperback – October 9, 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
Abby Hemphill is credible as a villainess only because Blackstock makes sure to give us a glimpse of what makes this mean-spirited woman tick. There is no joy in this woman's life, and because of that, she is determined to steal joy from others rather than try to find some of her own. And as in real life, Mrs. Hemphill is so busy sticking her nose into other people's lives that she can't see her own family falling apart around her.
I enjoyed the theme of redemptive love woven throughout this book; Brooke finding the courage to return home and face the gossip when she is commissioned to work with Nick on a career-making project and also to renew the broken relationship with her younger sister.
This book held my attention to the end; my only complaint was that I wanted to see more of Sharon Hemphill (Abby's estranged daughter). Otherwise, this is a must-read for anyone who enjoys a good Christian romance.
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Terri Blackstock is one of my favorite authors. I have enjoyed this book very much. It keeps you wondering what will happen next. Hard to put down.Published 9 days ago by Carolyn p
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