Trying to prevent her Michigan antique business from becoming a thing of the past, Mona VanderMolen is even more worried about the 15-year-old runaway niece who suddenly shows up on her doorstep! As the two women work through their problems and learn to forgive, will an unfortunate accident tear them apart once again? 240 pages, softcover from Kregel.
I really enjoyed Hallie's Heart. The story was unlike anything I have read in a long time. I really liked Mona's dog, Oscar (he reminded me of a dog I know!). Elsie was a fun character, too. And I liked Dan. I did think, though, that a lot was explained about Sadie, to have her featured only once.
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Review 2 for Hallie's Heart
Date:July 6, 2007
This is a great book. I love the humor that is interspersed in Shelly Beach's writing about everyday life. She delves into pain and God's healing in a gentle and loving way through her characters. I am eager to read a sequel. I highly recommend Hallie's Heart!