Issues of wealth and status have three Nineteenth Century New Jersey women tied in knots. Meg is being forced to marry. Susan needs her fortune freed to help the poor, and Marigold has to earn her inheritance. Can God use their trials to bring romance into their lives?
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This three part love story is a constant reminder of the power of God's love. It also clearly outlines the difference between what can happen in our own lives when we put our trust in HIM and how we trip and stumble while trying to do things our own way. It took me a few days longer to read this book because there were so many underlying messages about God and how HE works in our everyday life and I wanted to process each of them and determine what HE has been doing in my own life recently.
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Review 2 for Jersey Brides
Date:August 12, 2011
I liked this book very much. I liked the way the stories incorporated previous characters.