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Taming Julia by Jodie Wolfe

A Precious Jewel

Taming Julia by Jodie Wolfe is a charming historical novel set in 1875.

Jodie Wolfe has created a marvellous set of characters. I loved the rough and ready leading lady who had a heart of gold but needed educating in the ways of the world. There were many highly amusing incidents.

Knowing God is vital. “Once you get acquainted with God… you’ll fall in love with Him and desire to serve Him.” God wants a relationship with each and every one of us. He will keep knocking on the door of our heart until we let Him in. Even when we do not know Him, He already knows us intimately.

Prayer unlocks the power of the Almighty. “Talking to God is the same as talking to you.” Prayer should be as natural as breathing. We must be sure to listen for His answers. “When’s the last time you were truly quiet and were able to hear God?” It is important to trust God’s guiding and not “expect[ed] God to answer the way he wanted.” We must not project answers onto God that were never His.

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Let Love Spring by Various

Warm And Delightful

Let Love Spring is a delightful, warm collection of three Christian historical romances. All with their unique tales but very similar themes. All three stories will warm your heart and speak to your soul. A perfect collection for an afternoon’s light reading.

An Angel For The Cowboy by Jodie Wolfe has a warm family feeling that simply exudes from the story. There is the theme of putting others first reminding the reader of the Naomi and Ruth story in the Bible. Eldest sister Essie will go to extraordinary lengths to protect and nurture her sisters. The theme of hospitality is also present as the sisters open their home to a stranger. Family is important. Without it, it feels as if something is missing.

A delightful story to kick off the trio.

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Love In The Seams by Jodie Wolfe

The Desires Of The Heart

loveLove In The Seams by Jodie Wolfe is a delightful Christian historical romance. It is the second book in the Twins And Needles series but can be read as a stand-alone.

Love In The Seams will certainly warm your heart. It is very reminiscent of Little House On The Prairie in that it is a warm, family novel. Five year old LillyAnn is so adorable. Jodie Wolfe has wonderfully captured her mannerisms and speech. I could ‘see’ her in my mind’s eye.

The novel has the theme of searching. Everyone is searching for something whether it is a physical search or a longing of the heart.

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