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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: English Garden
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Lori Wick's bestselling English Garden series (more than 720,000 copies sold) is filled with endearing characters and engaging stories. Now with fresh, new covers, each of the four books in the series will hold a favorite spot on the nightstand or bookshelf of any reader who loves a great romance.
The Visitor, book three in the series, is set in the English countryside, 1812. After being thrown from his horse, Alexander Tate is left with bandaged eyes and prayers for healing. Under doctor's orders, he leaves London for rest in Collingbourne. When his Aunt Harriet asks one of the Steele sisters to read to him daily, the intriguing voice of this visitor sparks new light in his heart.
As Tate's affection grows, he wonders if this vibrant woman could love a man who might never see. Will these two young hearts trust God's healing touch, however it may come?
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adrienne5 Stars Out Of 5The VisitorFebruary 11, 2011adrienneThis book has many characters to follow because it ties everything together from the previous two in the series. If you are looking for a sweet, romance book, this book is for you. The people may seem too kind and good to be true, but it is a relaxing getaway.
Becca5 Stars Out Of 5July 6, 2010BeccaThis book is very good. I never realized that i read this one before i read the others. When i finish this one i plan on reading the others. It has the feel of back then but also mixed with a little bit of today which makes it interesting
Athene2 Stars Out Of 5December 10, 2009AtheneThe trouble with this whole series is that it never really "feel" like the time period that we are supposed to be reading about. As a rule I love Lori Wick's books and have almost all of them, but this series failed to capture my imagination. From book to book it is hard to remember who the characters are and how they relate to each other.
Tori5 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2009ToriI loved this entire series and this was one of my favorites.Lori Wick has become one of my favorite authors and these were my first of her books. They were heartwarming stories with simple but entertaining plot lines. I thoroughly enjoyed them.
Becca S.1 Stars Out Of 5August 22, 2009Becca S.Most definitely not the best book Lori Wick has ever written. I was really looking forward to this book. But it was...it was rather lame. Normally I LOVE Lori Wick's books, but not this one.