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Customer Reviews for Moody Publishing A Town Called Ruby Prarie - eBook Coming Home To Ruby Prairie Series #1

Moody Publishing A Town Called Ruby Prarie - eBook Coming Home To Ruby Prairie Series #1

2,000 people, five churches, a championship girl's basketball team, and widowed newcomer Charlotte Carter. Locals know the Round-the-Clock Cafe closes at 8:00 p.m., but they don't know if Chatlotte's "Tanglewood," a home for troubled girls, fits their quiet Texas town. Will they grow? Can Charlotte go it alone? 256 pages, softcover from Moody.
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Customer Reviews for A Town Called Ruby Prarie - eBook Coming Home To Ruby Prairie Series #1
Review 1 for A Town Called Ruby Prarie - eBook Coming Home To Ruby Prairie Series #1
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Date:December 21, 2013
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debwilson
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In a town called Ruby Prairie, even the best of intentions can go terribly wrong. Recently widowed, Charlotte Carter wants to open a home in Tanglewood for needy girls. She is determined to do it all on her own, without the help of the church or the townspeople. She quickly discovers how wrong she is, and how challenging it is to care for six girls on her own.
The townspeople in Ruby Prairie, Texas, are excited about Charlotte's home for girls. One or two hold back, but the majority vote that she's doing a good thing. For the most part, Charlotte seems to doing just fine on her own with six adolescent girls in her pink Tanglewood home. But then chaos ensues, and everything starts to fall apart. Will Charlotte accept the help she so desperately needs - or will she loose the girls she's waited a lifetime to help?
This book introduced me to a very charming little town called Ruby Prairie, and I loved every second of the journey. I have had the Coming Home to Ruby Prairie for 4 years, and have never been brave enough to crack them open. What a surprise I was in for. And how regrettable that I have not discovered them till now. This book was a path into another world, with characters as big as life. This authors' look into Ruby Prairie will enchant, surprise, and put you on the edge of your seat for the rest of the story.
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Review 2 for A Town Called Ruby Prarie - eBook Coming Home To Ruby Prairie Series #1
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Warm Fuzzies!

Date:August 23, 2011
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Jeannie Donaldson
Location:Statesboro, GA
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I read this trilogy and absolutely hated when #3 came to an end. A town full of REAL people, a newcomer who fits right in,
half a dozen girls who, for some reason, cannot live at home, and you have the makings of a story full of the warm fuzzies. Don't miss these - they warm the heart!
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Review 3 for A Town Called Ruby Prarie - eBook Coming Home To Ruby Prairie Series #1
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Great, lighthearted reading

Date:December 28, 2010
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Lori
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If you like the Mitford books, you'll like this one too. It is a lighthearted tale with interesting characters. Perfect if you want an uplifting book.
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