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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
Series: Heartsong Presents
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Cathy Marie Hake is a Southern California native. She met her two loves at church: Jesus and her husband, Christopher. An RN, she loved working in oncology as well as teaching Lamaze. Health issues forced her to retire, but God opened new possibilities with writing. Since their children have moved out and are married, Cathy and Chris dote on dogs they rescue from a local shelter. A sentimental pack rat, Cathy enjoys scrapbooking and collecting antiques. "Im easily distracted during prayer, so I devote certain tasks and chores to specific requests or persons so I can keep faithful in my prayer life." Since her first book in 2000, shes been on multiple best-seller and readers favorite lists.
GertrudeMichiganAge: 25-34Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5An Okay ReadMay 30, 2013GertrudeMichiganAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 2Value: 2Meets Expectations: 3This story was a typical christian fiction novella-- it was pretty predictable with a satisfying ending. There was an overabundance of characters in the story, making it hard to keep track of everyone--it was also apparently difficult for the author to keep up with the characters, as she made numerous mistakes regarding who was married to whom, and she flip-flopped husband-and-wife pairings from time to time (for example, one woman married a man but later was supposedly living with his brother). The story took a little while to get going. The highlight of the story for me was not the romance between the two main characters but the fascinating world of herbal remedies during that time period. Overall, the story was fair but not the best I've read of this author.