Bah Humbug, Mrs. Scrooge

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Heartsong Presents, 2005 - Fiction - 170 pages
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Eleanor Scrooge finally has it all. Why then is she so dissatisfied? In fleeing her abusive childhood, she left behind the only man she'd ever loved--Bob Rachette. Years later, Eleanor's no-nonsense approach to her successful business alienates everyone... including Bob. Widower Bob Rachette feels responsible for Eleanor. But when Eleanor insists her business come before his family, Bob puts his foot down... and loses his job. Meanwhile, an accident forces Eleanor to reexamine her life, her priorities, and the love she gave up. Can the Lord use Faith, Hope, and Charity to break through her heart of stone? Or will this Christmas be like all the others in Eleanor Scrooge's life--a Bah Humbug? Fall in love with this inspiring love story and our entire collection of Christian romance novels from Heartsong Presents!

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good retelling of a classic

User Review  - Jennifer - Christianbook.com

of course the shoe is on the other foot this time. a bit out dated but still fun. the first time i read it, i thought it was hokey, but i have read it three or four times since then and it has charmed ... Read full review

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User Review  - Priscilla Martinmaki - Christianbook.com

I recently finished reading this, and it is delightful! The author did a fine work in keeping the story Christ-centered; and she gave Bob Rachett a very human, yet spiritually-reliant- on-the-lord ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2005)

Joyce Livingston loves to write and feels writing inspirational romance is her God-given ministry. A wife, mother, grandmother, and former television broadcaster, she has many life experiences from which to draw. With well over twenty books in print and more contracted and in the writing stage, Joyce writes full time.

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