Bookends - Abridged Audiobook [Download]
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Bookends - Abridged Audiobook  [Download] -     Narrated By: Liz Curtis Higgs
    By: Liz Curtis Higgs

Bookends - Abridged Audiobook [Download]

Narrated By: Liz Curtis Higgs
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Title: Bookends - Abridged Audiobook [Download]
By: Liz Curtis Higgs
Narrated By: Liz Curtis Higgs
Format: Audio Download
Vendor: christianaudio
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 163389097X
ISBN-13: 9781633890978
Stock No: WWDA22751-CP

Publisher's Description

Bookends establishes popular speaker and author Liz Curtis Higgs as one of the strongest voices in Christian fiction. Dr. Emilie Getz and Jonas Fielding are as different as two people--of the same age, with the same faith, living in the same small Pennsylvania town--could possibly be. She's a first-class neatnik; he's a world-class slob. She's into saving historical relics; he's into saving souls. But perhaps opposites do attract. For when this historian and this land developer meet, sparks fly. And despite the rather inauspicious beginning to their relationship, neither one will escape unchanged--or unsmitten!

Author Bio

An award-winning speaker and author since 1986, Liz Curtis Higgs has touched the hearts and the funny bones of women around the world. As a columnist for Today's Christian Woman, she continues to encourage audiences to celebrate their faith with laughter. Thirteen previous books include the 1999 Multnomah release Mixed Signals. Liz and her husband Bill live with their two children in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Emilie Getz returns to Lititz, PA, to write a scholarly history of the 200-year-old Moravian church she attended as a child. At a holiday service, Jonas Fielding sits next to her and antagonizes her from the first with his casual dress, unshaven face, and familiar attitude. Nevertheless, these two strong-willed people begin to explore a mutual fascination. Then their careers collide: while Jonas wraps up the construction of a golf course, Emilie is convinced some evidence she needs is under the 18th hole. A minor flaw in the plot has Emilie's broken collar bone forgotten after a couple of pages. Higgs's (Mixed Signals) characters are far from perfect (or kind), but their courtship is one of the more unusual ones in Christian fiction. Emilie's reaffirmation of her relationship with Christ will appeal to readers. 
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