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Thomas Nelson A Warmth In Winter, Heavenly Daze Series #3

Come visit a little island off the coast of Maine---populated by both mortal and immortal folks! Through vastly different struggles, storeowner Vernie Bidderman and lighthouse keeper Salt Gribbon learn about the failure and futility of self-reliance. Can a loving God---and a band of patient angels---save the town's Christmas celebration? 270 pages, softcovers from Word.
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Customer Reviews for A Warmth In Winter, Heavenly Daze Series #3
Review 1 for A Warmth In Winter, Heavenly Daze Series #3
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Date:September 1, 2003
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JANET CHESTER BLY
A feel good, heart warmer. The theme "coming home" resonates as both the hallowed and human residents of Heavenly Daze ponder a possible kidnapping, a sudden reappearance, and a longing for a cruise to find Mr. Right. an island of simple folks drawn with foibles, failures, and endearing faith. Provides a fun and feisty read for all ages.
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Review 2 for A Warmth In Winter, Heavenly Daze Series #3
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Date:January 30, 2003
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Heather
This is an awesome series. You become part of the community and certainly wish you were there. I have read the first 2 books and there are excellent messages in each book that everyone should take to heart and practice. Keep up the good work and looking forward to the next two and more hopefully. God has truly blessed you with writing talent.
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Review 3 for A Warmth In Winter, Heavenly Daze Series #3
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Date:June 10, 2002
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Gloria Wyatt
This book is absolutely delightful! (Not surprising considering how good all the other Heavenly Daze books have been!) Vernie Bidderman actually has me lacing my Diet Cokes with vanilla now. You'll love this book.
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Review 4 for A Warmth In Winter, Heavenly Daze Series #3
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Date:June 5, 2002
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Debbie Hopkins
I have read all four books in the Daze series and I highly recommend them! I can hardly wait for book #5--and 6... This is a great, Maine island town of seemingly real people. I love it!
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Review 5 for A Warmth In Winter, Heavenly Daze Series #3
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Date:May 2, 2002
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sonja atkins
A delightful read, one to share with friends and family.
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Review 6 for A Warmth In Winter, Heavenly Daze Series #3
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Date:January 8, 2002
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Lela Stone
I've truly enjoyed both Heavenly Daze, and Grace in Autumn. It's a cozy, homey, down to earth type of story, but yet it also has everyday realities in it that we all face in life, and need to turn to God for answers. It's a town, and island I'd enjoy living on, or in. The stories also make you think about your own personal life too, and how we need to be living as though Jesus was coming back at any minute. I'm looking forward to reading the next book.
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