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Molly Edwards, Book Reviews by Buuklvr815 Stars Out Of 5March 8, 2010Molly Edwards, Book Reviews by Buuklvr81Sealed with a Kiss: This book in the 3 in 1 collection was charming! I truly enjoyed reading Ethan, Hope and Molly's story. It is full of love, sadness, hope and God. An amazing combination! My heart really went out to Ethan the most. He was a wealthy man with a scarred past and he loved God, but still, he struggles, and just wanted to over come them and live happily. I prayed for Hope and Molly (which is a great name, btw!--hehehe =} ) but for Ethan, I prayed the most. This particular story in this collection is a 5 star read! The Wedding Wish: This story was the most heart wrenching of the 3 stories in this collection. Oh my goodness, you need to have tissues galore handy! It's a story of battling cancer, loss, friendship, love and hope all mixed with the wonderful love God. I fell in love with all the characters, from Riley to Leah to little Fiona! Truly a great addition to this amazing collection. The Wedding Wish also gets a 5 star rating for being one that captures, takes you on a roller coaster of emotions and let's God shine through! Montana Sky: The final story in this anthology is another wonderful example of Loree's great talent! I was captured by this story, too, and hated to see this amazing collection come to an end. But in this particular story, Loree brings two amazing people together in this story, Chet and Sky...they have both sworn off love forever. But God has other plans for them. After reading the first two stories in this collection, Montana Sky ends the book with a lighter story. It's a story full of love and God's amazing work that you will be sad to say goodbye! I know I was. This story also deserves 5 stars. Well done, Loree! I recommend this book to everyone who wants a mixtures of christian fiction: love, sadness, loss and hope. All these stories combined those things for one fantastic read!
Martha Artyomenko3 Stars Out Of 5March 7, 2010Martha ArtyomenkoThis is a three books in one book, I m not a big fan of the several connecting stories in one book, but these were cute, fun stories that were a little different, but just shorter books than normal. In the first story you have a trouble young girl who really needs help, help her new foster father, even though he has everything money can buy, he has no idea how to help her. A young pretty therapist he engages to help little Molly, also helps with some healing in his own heart as well. ... The next story is about a dying young woman, who plays with matchmaking in order to see her dying wish come true. Her best friends get married and her daughter has a home...They were different stories, but fun to read, a little cheesy, but sometime that is great!!! This was a good read for those nights when you just want to curl up with something light and refreshing.
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