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About laurabowman

I am above all a Christ Follower, a stumbler, Mother to 4 sons and now 4 daughters, Mema, Patriot, Book Reader, Dreamer

MISSING

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  Another great book by Colleen Coble, The House at Saltwater Point is the second book in the Lavender Tides series. It starts with a mystery of a missing person and what happened. Ellie Blackmore is a house flipper with … Continue reading

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WHO AM I

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I love Cindy Woodsmalls books and this one is a real change from her usual so I was surprised.  As the Tide Comes In by Cindy is a deviation from her standard books and I’m not quite sure what I … Continue reading

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PROMISES BROKEN

I didn’t realize it when I received this book but it is the second in a series.  Thankfully I had read the first one but this can be read as a stand alone. Six years ago Elijah Graber told Catherine … Continue reading

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HOME, WHERE THE HEART IS

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The ROAD HOME by Beverly Lewis! I love her books and was not disappointed in this one. It’s a story that starts with sadness and ends with hope. Lena Rose Schwartz, the oldest of ten Amish children is suddenly thrust … Continue reading

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SISTERS FIRST

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becoming the talbot sisters by Rachel Linden was a little hard to get into. It’s a slow moving and drawn-out story about two sisters who have grown apart and drawn back when their great aunt who raised them dies. Waverly … Continue reading

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FOUR WOMEN’S JOURNEY

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The Paths We Walk Trails by Felicia Ferguson was a convoluted wordy story. There were some redeeming qualities as there were some great inspiring teaching nuggets, however the ending left you hanging and wondering. The story follows four women who … Continue reading

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MISPLACED BLAME AND GUILT

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Things I Never Told You by Beth K. Vogt is a befuddled rambling that left me confounded and left wondering at the end. The family dynamics can only be explained as dysfunctional. Payton Thatcher’s twin sister died 10 years ago … Continue reading

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