April Gold

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Barbour Publishing, Apr 1, 2013 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Marilla Reed’s world changed in an instant. Now she’s left to pick up the pieces and scrape together a new existence in a run-down neighborhood far from what she knows. Marilla struggles to adapt, wondering what kind of future she’ll have with no chance of college. . .and no chance of love. Then the jealousy of a neighborhood man flares, and survival takes on a new meaning. . . .




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User Review  - Larik - Christianbook.com

April Gold! First I want to say that this isn't christian romance, it is faith-inspired story with a hint of romance. It is a second book I have read by this author and I look forward to read many ... Read full review


User Review  - Carolyn Johnson - Christianbook.com

This book embodies just about everything that is beautiful and helpful in a GLH book. Instead of the opening chapters centering on the heroine, our attention is on her brother--and what a noble person ... Read full review


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Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20

Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 21
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GRACE LIVINGSTON HILL (1865–1947) is known as the pioneer of Christian romance. Grace wrote over one hundred faith-inspired books during her lifetime. When her first husband died, leaving her with two daughters to raise, writing became a way to make a living, but she always recognized storytelling as a way to share her faith in God. She has touched countless lives through the years and continues to touch lives today. Her books feature moving stories, delightful characters, and love in its purest form.  Grace Livingston Hill began writing stories in 1877 at the tender age of twelve and didn’t stop until her death in 1947. But what may be more amazing is that she has sold over 84 million copies and is still loved by young and old alike. 

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