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  1. Snow Melts in Spring - eBookeBOOK
    Snow Melts in Spring - eBook
    Deborah Vogts
    Zondervan / 2009 / ePub
    5 Stars Out Of 5 27 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WW3822EB
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    September 11, 2009
    Deborah Vogts debut novel Snow Melts in Spring , the first in the Seasons of the Tallgrass series, is full of romance, and untamed emotions that only God can teach us to conquer.I love Deborahs characters. She made them believable and easy to get along with. I was right away drawn to the heroine of the story Mattie and her love for the land and her heart for service. I liked her drive and personality, but I loved that she had issues as well and that she needed to work them out.Gil the leading man was interesting. You love him, you get mad at him; and yet you see that hes just fighting his own nightmares. I like the pull that Deborah gives in him; strong-willed and yet caught like a deer in headlights at some points it made him seem real.I loved John, Gils dad! He was hilarious with his crotchety nature. It reminded me a lot of my grandfather and put a big smile on my face because the love he had given Mattie was something special that every girl needs.It was a quick read. I read it in about 4 hours (straight.. couldnt put it down!!)If youre looking for some good romance and heart bouncing, this is a great book for your summer reads. There is wisdom in these pages, and ironically hit me right where I was this week with my struggles, so it really has hit a soft spot with me as I can relate to it a lot! Ill even admit it had me teary-eyed in a few spots! The horses, the open fields, the family land issues yeah I like! It took me away for a few hours!You can bet your booties Ill be looking for the next book in Deborahs Seasons of the Tallgrass series.
  2. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    September 5, 2009
    Carman Boley
    This is a heartwarming tale about letting go of guilt, and following your true dreams. I loved how Deborah matched Dustys stages of healing with that of his owners, and how she used Mattie to get Gil to face up to his past. This book really shows that the dreams we sometimes want, arent really the ones that will make us happy, and that we should give everything to God. Because when we give it to Him, He can give us something so much better in return. I was on the edge of my seat there at the end, but everything turns out wonderfully.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 27, 2009
    Martha Bross
    As a former resident of "Charris County," I must say that Ms. Vogts has described the setting - scenery, climate, buildings - to perfection. The characters, primary and secondary, are completely true-to-the-area. And, the story line keeps the pages turning. Conflict, sexual tension, romance, suspense, with overall Christian values - all there in Snow Melts in Spring.This is a wonderful debut novel.
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 24, 2009
    Donna Sullivan
    I thought this book was a very good book this held my interest..I enjoyed this book from cover to cover..thanks
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 24, 2009
    Martha Artyomenko
    This story involves a mystery, romance, family conflict and a wonderful story of animals you won't want to miss! In the beginning a horse in seriously injured and instead of putting it down, the local vet is called in to perform a miracle. As the story moves on with mystery surrounding the horse's owner who the vet's best friend, John McCray's son and they don't get along. I enjoyed the interaction between Mattie and animals as well as her clients! The secret pains that wound around both hers, Gil's and John's life were told in a wonderful way where you felt their pain in each way. You will enjoy this beautiful story!As someone stated above, I am not a huge sports fan and I was happy too that the sports theme, although touched on, was just inthe background and not the theme of the book. It was well written and really kept you reading!
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