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Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2012
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Series: Love Endures
A Bride Opens Shop in El Dorado, California - eBookKeli GwynBarbour Publishing / 2012 / ePub$1.59 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 11 Reviews
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A horrified Cornelia Copely cannot believe her eyes! The home she left for college is no longer what she remembers when she returns. Her nearly destitute family now lives in a run-down clapboard house, and Cornelia finds herself a stranger to her siblings. To make matters worse, her older brother has become reckless and rebellious. Cornelia quickly makes plans to repair her broken home, but it isn’t easy, far from it. Will her strong-willed faith allow Cornelia to make her family whole again? When a wealthy gentleman offers help, will he be enough to save her family from disaster?
Karen Sue ColemanCOLUMBUS, OHIOAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5I love everything Grace Livingston HillFebruary 2, 2014Karen Sue ColemanCOLUMBUS, OHIOAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am so glad I found Grace's book when I was first saved 1973. she has characters who are committed to the Lord.
They have trails and don't do everything right but they always go back to living to glory God. I love the song she quotes. The house hold hints (cooking, clothing and decorating and the insight into having a daily relationship with God. They are old fashioned in some ways but the core of the conflict is still faced by Christians today. Treat yourself to a Grace Livingston Hill book!
going slowDyersburg, TNAge: 45-54Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good AuthorDecember 26, 2013going slowDyersburg, TNAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I have read many Grace Livingston Hill books over the years, but could not recall ever having read this one. It is a good story that draws you into an old-fashioned home that needs an actual and spiritual makeover. The oldest daughter leads in making the house into a wonderful Christian home. As the home is changed, so is the family - and the neighborhood.
Kristi4 Stars Out Of 5This new printing makes a matched setSeptember 5, 2012KristiQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3I'm trying to complete the GLH set my grandma gave me and so am thrilled these are in print again. Kudos to the publisher that the models and scenes on the covers match the descriptions in the text, though I'm not crazy about having the model on the outside binding. There are some spellcheck immune typos like "week" instead of "weak" that make some sentences confusing. I wish someone would read through the books and catch those. And the font size changes from book to book so that they are all the same thickness.
I really enjoyed this story. Though not always at the beginning, she does place many of her characters in college at some point in the story as education is an important theme throughout her writing. This book is unique in that she mentions the heroine's major. Like all of her books, this one is as much an adventure and coming-of-age story as a romance. I love the way she so naturally and casually presents the Gospel somewhere in each book.
Carolyn JohnsonGolden Valley, MNAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A TOP-NOTCH GRACE LIVINGSTON HILL BOOK!April 24, 2012Carolyn JohnsonGolden Valley, MNAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Many years ago, I read all of Grace Livingston Hills' books, and am just thrilled that they're being re-issued--in the physical format I appreciate especially. I think that Re-creations is the only book of GLH that has the opening setting of a young woman in college. That, in itself, makes it unique. Cornelia and all the other characters are ones that the reader strongly wishes to follow--there's not a dull character among them, and I had difficulty laying the book down. Following the progress of a young woman who utterly transforms a family--and, of course, a house--underscores the Christian values that GLH was and still is known for. I feel that this book of hers is a good first book for anyone not previously acquainted with her. The quaint details are easily overlooked. Indeed, I treasure them! The values are timeless!