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Chief Of Sinners by Caryl McAdoo

Forgive Us Our Sins

Chief Of Sinners by Caryl McAdoo is the tenth book in the Texas Romance series but can be read as a stand-alone. This marvellous series continues to follow the fortunes of the Nightingales through 1939, into the war years and beyond.

Once again Caryl McAdoo has written¬† a fabulous tale full of godly themes and also with a word of warning – be careful, we can all fall into temptation. We need to keep our focus on God, remove ourselves from temptation and have godly friends to whom we are accountable. The sins of the fathers may revisit their sons but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Our sins will find us out sooner or later. The truth must come out. Sins destroy not only us, but the innocent around us.

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Mighty To Save by Caryl McAdoo

Coming Home

Mighty To Save by Caryl McAdoo is the ninth book in the Texas Romance series but can be read as a stand-alone. It is a Christian historical romance and another beautiful offering from Caryl McAdoo which I loved.

The novel is set over two time periods covering the first world war and the mid nineteenth century. The latter the reader learns about via a novel one of the characters is writing. It is a very well thought out and planned literary device.

There are many Godly themes and the overriding message is – God is good. In the good times we can trust God. In the bad times we can trust God. Sometimes we do not understand why things happen but God is still good. Sometimes we feel that God is silent and that He has abandoned us but He hasn’t. God is still good and we can trust Him even when we don’t understand.

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Covering Love by Caryl McAdoo

Two In One

Covering Love by Caryl McAdoo is a Christian historical romance. It is the eighth book in the Texas Romance series but can be read as a stand-alone. As with all Caryl McAdoo’s novels, it is beautifully written.

The epic story of the Buckmeyer family continues. Much of the novel is written through the eyes of six year old Evie. She seems much older and wiser than her years.

The novel is cleverly written. It is almost a two in one as Evie proof reads a story penned by the famous May Merryweather. The tale is cemented by letters passing between the two.

There is both a maturity and an innocence in the character of Evie. This endears her to the reader.

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The Bedwarmer’s Son by Caryl McAdoo

Love Conquers All

bedwarmerThe Bedwarmer’s Son by Caryl McAdoo is a Christian historical romance. The action is split between 1928 and the middle of the nineteenth century, as the reader uncovers an old man’s childhood.

The novel covers several topics including that of being a slave or free, and the divide between black and white America. Inspite of the Civil War giving slaves their freedom, racial prejudice continued. The novel shows how wrong this is.

God is of utmost importance. Belief in Him can sustain people through the most horrendous circumstances. There is a peace of God that can calm a person who has a close relationship with God. It can get them through life.

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