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Customer Reviews for Barbour Books A Wedding Song in Lexington, Kentucky - eBook

Barbour Books A Wedding Song in Lexington, Kentucky - eBook

Megan McKinney is disgusted with the high-volume of women who stop by the law firm to see her boss. Since Justin Frasure became a Christian three months ago he's equally disgusted by his admirers, but at a loss to prevent their visits. In contrast, Megan enjoys being with Colt baker and giving his niece piano lessons. But when Justin joins her church, she finds herself noticing how his faith is growing. Justin has fallen in love with Megan, but he knows that he must not push her. Will his patience lead to an unanswered prayer, or will Megan choose Colt instead?
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Customer Reviews for A Wedding Song in Lexington, Kentucky - eBook
Review 1 for A Wedding Song in Lexington, Kentucky - eBook
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Date:October 21, 2012
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ElizabethM
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I don't normally read Christian romance, but since my dear friend is the author of the book, I decided to read it. She did an excellent job making the characters real and endearing. I could almost hear her voice reading this book. I didn't give it 5 stars just because she's my friend. It was simply a delightful read. I would definitely recommend reading this book!
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Review 2 for A Wedding Song in Lexington, Kentucky - eBook
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Loved this story.

Date:July 1, 2012
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Jackie Layton
Location:KY
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A Wedding Song in Lexington, Kentucky is a heart warming story. Megan faces several new phases of life. Her twin sister is getting married, Megan is working toward a new career, and she's questioning her commitment to never marry. Weddings bring out so many emotions, and that is true of this story.
Megan must deal with past hurts while two very different men are falling in love with her. The author weaves humor, life, love and forgiveness into one beautiful story.
I don't think you'll be disappointed when you pick up A Wedding Story in Lexington, Kentucky.
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Review 3 for A Wedding Song in Lexington, Kentucky - eBook
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A great read by Jennifer Johnson!

Date:June 20, 2012
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rose mccauley
Location:KY
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I have read all of Jennifer Johnson's shorter novels, so was
thrilled to learn she had a longer novel out. Her writing is always easy to
read with a fun perspective on people and their foibles. And that this story
is set in the Bluegrass Region of KY, about an hour from where I live, made
it even more special.
I immediately identified with the heroine, Megan McKinney, who has experienced a lot
of pain in her life, but is making progress toward her dream of teaching
music in the local school system. Her summer job at a law office puts her in
the path of Justin Frasure, an attorney who has a reputation as a womanizer.
When she finds out he has become a Christian, she isn't sure she can believe
him or trust him. Females keep showing up in his office, but he insists they
mean nothing to him.
Megan's twin sister is already teaching, and when Megan helps out on a field
trip she meets Colt Baker. After an awkward start, he asks her to teach
piano lessons to his niece. While at Colt's farm, she sees how good he is
with his niece and finds out he is a long-time Christian. This sets up an
interesting love triangle. Megan, who doesn't really want a guy in her life,
now has two who want to win her. They even fight, literally, over her at her
sister's wedding reception.
Megan has to learn to search her own heart and listen to what God is saying
before she can make the right decision. This is a tale of grace and
forgiveness on many levels. Treat yourself to this fun story with some
subtle life lessons we all need to learn.
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