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Race for Freedom

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Libby and Caleb are helping their friend Jordan, as escaped slave, travel North to freedom. However, a slave trader, Riggs, is hot on their trail and is trying to gather evidence that Libby’s...

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Jan 8, 14

Well-Balanced World Changer, The

This Review Submitted by yapdates

How do we pursue our highest ideals and still remain grounded in reality? What can we do to stay sane in the midst of doing good? We have frequently seen how the best of intentions come up in the...

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Jan 7, 14

Harvest of Rubies

This Review Submitted by Ragdogs

The Synopsis:

“The prophet Nehemiah’s cousin has been catapulted into the center of the Persian court–working long hours, rubbing elbows with royalty, and becoming the queen’s favorite...

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Jan 7, 14

Packing Light

This Review Submitted by kroets

I had high hopes for this book and perhaps that's where my problem with it lies. I was expecting it to be a true memoir of a trip across the country but instead, it's more of a let go...

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Jan 7, 14

Widow of Gettsyburg

This Review Submitted by mandaandtom

Widow of Gettysburg is Jocelyn Green's second book in the Heroines Behind the Lines series. This second book covers what happened in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the Civil War.

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Jan 7, 14

Wedded to War

This Review Submitted by mandaandtom

Wedded to War is Jocelyn Green's first book in her Heroines Behind the Lines series: Civil War. This first book covers the beginning of the Civil War when women were called upon to be the...

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Jan 7, 14

Walk With Me

This Review Submitted by debwilson

Peter and Celeste choose to travel as one on the lifelong journey to the King's City. They are blissfully in love and bound to each other by the Cords of Commitment. Shortly after visiting...

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Jan 7, 14

Shades of Mercy

This Review Submitted by debwilson

It's 1954 and the world-even the far Northwoods of Maine - is about to change. But that change can't happen soon enough for fourteen-year-old Mercy Millar. Long tired of being the "...

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Jan 7, 14

Harvest of Gold

This Review Submitted by rosa247

In this story, which continues where Harvest of Rubies left off, Sarah and Darius continue adjusting to married life while in the king’s service. Soon they find themselves heading to help...

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Jan 6, 14

Well-Balanced World Changer, The

This Review Submitted by colepc

Everyone has a dream of doing something or starting something that will have a big impact on the world. Many times, it doesn't get passed wanting to be a super hero as a kid, but there are...

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Jan 6, 14

Long Trail Home

This Review Submitted by smmcclamrock08

I thought this book was great! Raleigh (aka Riley) Morgan returns from war after 4 years to find his ranch in shambles, his parents dead, and his fiance married. With painful memories from before...

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Jan 6, 14

This Review Submitted by MitchRoush

If you’re reading this, chances are you fit into one of two categories:

* Currently in your Twenties.
* Living in the land of Twenty-something AND BEYOND!

If you’re not in...

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Jan 6, 14

Uncompromising

This Review Submitted by victoryhomemaking

What is a young, unmarried woman supposed to do? Does she live like so very many in this world, focused on guys, college and/or career, and making herself happy? Or does she make her Cause...

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Jan 5, 14

This Review Submitted by anoblecalling

And the Bride Wore White, written by Dannah Gresh, is a great resource for any teenage or young adult single woman who wants to live a life of purity. This book contains honest stories from the...

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Jan 5, 14

Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl

This Review Submitted by Leanna

After meeting Paula Hendricks last summer, I eagerly anticipated reading her first book which was due only in a few weeks. “Confessions of a Boy-crazy Girl: On Her Journey From Neediness to...

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Jan 3, 14

Passion Pursuit

This Review Submitted by mafinnegan

I went through this book quickly for the purpose of this review but I will be going through it again and taking the time to let this study really absorb. There is a lot of good stuff in this study...

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Jan 2, 14

Widow of Gettsyburg

This Review Submitted by Mikeylynn

I have read the first book in the series and it's true, you do not need to read them in any order. I like Jocelyn Green because she writes with incredible detail and history. I liked this...

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Jan 1, 14

Shades of Mercy

This Review Submitted by creazian

Shades of Mercy resounded with me. As a Chinese-American, I felt the racism and the prejudices of being different as a child. I don't remember as clearly, but in second grade, the teacher...

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Jan 1, 14

Shades of Mercy

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

Someday is the word that keeps Mercy and Mick going.  Someday, the world around them will accept that a Maliseet Indian and farmers daughter can be together. But in 1954, that someday seems like...

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Dec 31, 13

When Helping Hurts

This Review Submitted by crt010304

I was very intrigued by the title and advertised content of the book When Helping Hurts. The book was co-authored by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert. Fikkert is an associate professor of...

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Dec 31, 13