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A Subtle Grace (O'Donovan Family) Paperback – March 25, 2014
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About the Author
Ellen Gable (Hrkach) is a bestselling, award-winning author of five books. She is also a freelance writer, publisher, editor, book coach, NFP teacher and President of Catholic Writers Guild. When she’s not writing, Ellen enjoys spending time with her husband and five sons, watching old movies, playing trivia games and reading on her Kindle. Originally born in New Jersey, USA, the author now calls Canada her home. She and her family reside in rural Pakenham, Ontario, Canada
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With this work (adding on to her first novel in the series, which I can’t wait to read) she introduces us to a cast of characters, each delightfully unique with his/her own charm/danger. This wonderful family has its scars and blemishes, but we grow to love them all.
Our protagonist wrestles with the timeless struggle between career and family. And if she is to marry, does she chose the safe bet or the exciting one.
Not the usual historical romance, the author analyzes the difference between love and lust in a way that remains faithful to the period setting, but offers ageless insight. She takes us on a roller coaster with climbs to joyous heights followed by terrifying plummets into danger.
In the end, I’m better for having gone on the ride with Ellen Gable and I look forward to future journeys.
Although the story is faith based, and not sexually explicit, it is not overly treacly nor preachy.
The family deals with real problems and struggles, including violence, cultural problems, and forgiveness..