Moonlight on the millpond

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Harvest House Publishers, 2005 - Fiction - 284 pages
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This first book in the Tucker Mills Trilogy introduces Jace Randall, who is helping his uncle run the sawmill in Token Creek. Jace is attracted to the visiting niece of local storekeepers but, before they can get get to know one another better, gossip fueled by Jace's sister interrupts their flirtation.

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User Review  - Christina Arthur -

This was a fantastic book. I couldn't put it down. I finished it last night and can't wait to start the 2nd book in the series. I related to the characters so much. They are so real and their search for the Lord is what almost everyone goes through. Loved it Read full review

User Review  - Maria -

this book is a little slow going at first, but it's worth sticking it out and reading it through. It is a nice love story. Although I was surprised by a couple of incidents that the author included, considering that it is a Christian book. Read full review


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