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An unwise business investment leaves John Edward Dunbar's children practically penniless after his death-and his eldest daughter, Doris, to bear the brunt of the trials that come. Between the bill collectors, her demanding stepmother, and her brother's hasty marriage to a gold digger, it's hard for Doris to keep hope alive. Until Scottish businessman Angus Macdonald offers a picture-perfect solution to Doris's dwindling hope. But despite the seemingly easy salvation, will this blessing yield more hurt than help?
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ANOTHER WONDERFUL CLASSIC!

Date:February 20, 2013
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My Book Addiction
Location:North Carolina
Age:55-65
Gender:female
JOB'S NIECE by Grace Livingston Hill is an interesting inspirational historical romance set in 1920's United States. Ms. Livingston Hill is considered the pioneer of Christian Romance and her legacy continues. "Job's Niece" is book 11 in the "Love Endures" series,but can be read as a stand alone. This is the story of Doris Dunbar,her siblings,her very demanding stepmother and the mounting bills her father left at his death. And Angus Macdonald,a Scottish businessman,his widowed,aging mother,and his hope of a future in Europe. Fast paced story of hope,family,healing,faith,forgiveness and love.Can love bring salvation,hope and peace or more pain and hurt? I enjoy this author's stories.It just goes to show you Love does Endure. If you enjoy historical romance and family you will enjoy "Job's Niece". Another wonderful classic! Received for an honest review from the publisher.
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REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More/My Book Addiction Reviews
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