Courting Trouble

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In 1890s Texas, being a single woman at 30 meant you were practically a spinster. Tired of leaving it up to providence, Essie takes matters into her own hands, casting her sights on the towns remaining bachelors and widowers. Surely with one of them she can find a match made in heaven, even if shes decided to leave God out of it.

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Douglas R

Sep 2, 2010

Charactors are alive.

After reading this book, I felt is if I personally knew these people. Miss Essie seemed to come alive right off the pages. I felt as if I was reading a story that I already knew because of the the personalities involved. Great book and even greater writing.

piafinn

Sep 13, 2007

She Did it Again!

Deeanne Gist is a great author. This is the second of her books I've read. I couldn't put it down. Nothing about her stories is formulaic. For a Christian book, it was shocking. The way she told of the downfall of the character was so believable, I wanted to yell at the book to stop her from making such a mistake. It follows the consequences of sin, and shows that God doesn't always answer our prayers the way we expect, even when there is forgiveness. I highly recommend this, and have, already.

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