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The Treasured Brides Collection: Three Timeless Romances from a Beloved Author (Love Endures) Kindle Edition
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The Big Blue Soldier
(I still am puzzled over the title of this story as the soldier's uniforms from WWI were not blue.)
Taking me back to 1918, I landed in a small town or village, with "Auntie Rill" and really wished I could spend a month with her in her home. It was a sweet story even if there weren't many "Christian" things in it.
(This might be my favorite of the three stories.)
I fell in love with Effie almost from the first even if no one else wanted or liked her because she was a wild tomboy with no manners. I wanted to help her and was so delighted when Lawrence Earle came home. My one complaint was that I wanted the story to go on. I wanted to find out what happened next even thought I was pretty sure of what happened.
The Patch of Blue
(Still puzzling over this title too.)
This might be my least favorite of the three stories, though I did enjoy it. There wasn't really anything wrong with it. A little more "romance-y" then I usually read, but still written in a sweet and wholesome way. Clear Christian message in this story.
Altogether, I enjoyed this book and am sure I'll read these stories all again.
“Then the wind began to blow at God‘s command. The water dried up, and they found dry land.”
The 12 page book ends with a rainbow, God’s promise.
I was given a digital download of this book for the purpose of this review.