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    1. Ann Arbor, MI
      Age: Over 65
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      The story of two abused women and how they are rescued.
      March 3, 2015
      Ollie
      Ann Arbor, MI
      Age: Over 65
      Gender: female
      Quality: 4
      Value: 4
      Meets Expectations: 5
      This review was written for Love's Pursuit - eBook.
      This is a very compelling story of family situations many years ago when women had no say in what happened to them. A daughter who was violently mistreated by his father, is lovingly rescued by a stranger. The main young lady in the story was unable to escape her abuser with the man who loved her. Then people began supporting her and the rich young bully was punished. A sequel would be welcome to see how Susannah is welcomed by her grandparents and the new community. and if she finds peace with God there.
    2. Summerfield, FL
      Age: 18-24
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      December 21, 2013
      debwilson
      Summerfield, FL
      Age: 18-24
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      This review was written for Love's Pursuit - eBook.
      Susannah Philips lives in a Puritan community in Stoneybrooke, Massachusetts. Just as her faith in God is seemingly preordained, so is her betrothal and marriage to John Prescotte. A beautiful redhead, she is unaware of how her appearance affects members of the opposite sex. She is only concerned that her goodness must be apparent to all, because the thoughts she harbors in her head are exactly what her community condemns.

      When the community is threatened by Indians, a military captain is sent to protect them. Captain Daniel Holcombe is precisely the kind of man Susannah knows she should stay away from, but something about him draws her like a bee to honey. The way he views God is completely against what the Puritans have taught her, and the way he approaches everything in life is contrary to what she thinks she believes.

      So when the town's wealthiest bachelor, Simeon Wright, asks for her hand in marriage, she is taken aback and confused as to what to do. Having no real reason to deny Simeon, her confusion about her feelings for Daniel only increase, and her bewilderment over John not stepping in to claim her only serve to spin her future in hapless circles. Will she be able to sort out her feelings in time? Or is a love greater than that of any man pursuing her?

      This read more like a tragedy than a romance. I really got into this story, despite my intentions to the contrary. As I sat there and read about Susannah's struggles and the ever-observing eyes of Small-hope, I couldn't help but wonder if girls like this existed in the past. The pain of Small-hope's past and the heartbreaking future awaiting Susannah are just some of the things you will have to read for yourself. I promise you it will be a pleasant journey. Just don't expect a light, fluffy, happy ending. This one will get to you, and the story will stay with you long after it is over.
    3. Summerfield, FL
      Age: 18-24
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      June 4, 2013
      debwilson
      Summerfield, FL
      Age: 18-24
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      This review was written for Love's Pursuit.
      Susannah Philips lives in a Puritan community in Stoneybrooke, Massachusetts. Just as her faith in God is seemingly preordained, so is her betrothal and marriage to John Prescotte. A beautiful redhead, she is unaware of how her appearance affects members of the opposite sex. She is only concerned that her goodness must be apparent to all, because the thoughts she harbors in her head are exactly what her community condemns.

      When the community is threatened by Indians, a military captain is sent to protect them. Captain Daniel Holcombe is precisely the kind of man Susannah knows she should stay away from, but something about him draws her like a bee to honey. The way he views God is completely against what the Puritans have taught her, and the way he approaches everything in life is contrary to what she thinks she believes.

      So when the town's wealthiest bachelor, Simeon Wright, asks for her hand in marriage, she is taken aback and confused as to what to do. Having no real reason to deny Simeon, her confusion about her feelings for Daniel only increase, and her bewilderment over John not stepping in to claim her only serve to spin her future in hapless circles. Will she be able to sort out her feelings in time? Or is a love greater than that of any man pursuing her?

      This read more like a tragedy than a romance. I really got into this story, despite my intentions to the contrary. As I sat there and read about Susannah's struggles and the ever-observing eyes of Small-hope, I couldn't help but wonder if girls like this existed in the past. The pain of Small-hope's past and the heartbreaking future awaiting Susannah are just some of the things you will have to read for yourself. I promise you it will be a pleasant journey. Just don't expect a light, fluffy, happy ending. This one will get to you, and the story will stay with you long after it is over.
    4. Quebec Provence
      Age: 35-44
      Gender: female
      4 Stars Out Of 5
      Needs a sequel
      February 19, 2013
      Happy Mom of 4
      Quebec Provence
      Age: 35-44
      Gender: female
      Quality: 4
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 3
      This review was written for Love's Pursuit.
      It was intense, full of intrigue and emotions. The fact that comes across in the end is very true and worth remembering, that no one can be saved by their own works.. God's grace and His work does it all. But I was disappointed with the ending, kept wishing that her story would go on to a better more positive, happy conclusion. It would be great if the author could write a sequel.
    5. Astoria NY
      Age: 25-34
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      Her Best Book. And I highly respect her work.
      December 1, 2012
      jamr
      Astoria NY
      Age: 25-34
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      This review was written for Love's Pursuit.
      If you are a woman of faith, please read this book.

      I will not give anything away. This is not my favorite

      time period in history much less fiction. That did not

      detract from my experience reading this book.

      Siri is in a class all her own when it comes to

      "Christian fiction." Her research and excellent

      story crafting should be acknowleged in the

      mainstream publishing world.
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