The House on Honeysuckle Lane

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, 2005 - Fiction - 217 pages
2 Reviews

In 1932, the world was still a simple place for Annie Reed. She and her best friend, Cath Herrick promised to stay friends forever and spent their days dreaming of their future lives and loves. And in the sheltering arms of Annie's beautiful rose colored, gabled house on Honeysuckle lane, dreaming was easy. But Annie and Cath couldn't have imagined how the trouble brewing around the world would reach into their lives-changing their families, their dreams, and their friendship.

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User Review  - Liz - Goodreads

Happiness, sadness, and very well done. I really enjoyed reading this book about growing up and memories. Read full review

Review: The House on Honeysuckle Lane

User Review  - Goodreads

Happiness, sadness, and very well done. I really enjoyed reading this book about growing up and memories. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
59
Section 2
69
Section 3
79
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About the author (2005)

Carole Gift Page, considered one of America's best-loved Christian fiction writers, writes from the heart about women's contemporary issues. A gifted novelist, Carole has received two Pacesetter Awards and the C.S. Lewis Honor Book Award. Her books have also been nominees for Campus Life's Book of the Year Award and for the prestigious Gold Medallion Book Award.A prolific writer, Carole has authored more than 40 books, both fiction and nonfiction, including the Heartland Memories Series and Harlequin's Steeple Hill Line romances. A freelance writer for 30 years, she has had more than 800 of her stories, articles, and poems published in more than 100 inspirational publications.A frequent speaker at conferences, schools, churches, and women's ministries, Carole has also appeared on numerous TV and radio shows across the country. She speaks on such wide-ranging topics as family relationships, intimacy with God, teen issues, grief recovery, and women's issues.Carole and her husband Bill have three children.Hometown: Moreno Valley, California

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