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Tate Publishing & Enterprises When Love Calls

How does Caton Harvey, a widower, overcome his past after the traumatic death of his young wife? How does divorcee, Lilly Demar look into the future after a heart wrenching betrayal? A divine phone call takes them on a twisting path to a promising new future. Can Caton and Lilly surrender their past grief to take on God's promise for a bright future?
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Date:March 18, 2009
I am so excited to do this review! I just finished reading When Love Calls, by Travis W. Inman. This was a delightful and captivating read. It is a love story, but not a romance novel, and yes, there is a difference. Its rare that a love story is a page turner and maintains a fast pace throughout, but that is what Inman has achieved. The characters are as enjoyable as the story itself is magical. There are very real, and sometimes ugly, issues that are faced head-on, no shying away or playing it safe. Gods love, mercy, purpose and presence are masterfully woven into a tapestry of hope and second chances. I highly recommend this wonderful book to anyone who loves a good love story! It is both excellent and enchanting, and will expertly draw you in. Go get this book!
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Review 2 for When Love Calls
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Date:June 3, 2008
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Tara Stephens
I'm not the kind of girl who goes nuts about christian fiction. However, I was forced to change my mind when a friend handed me a copy of When Love Calls. This book was fantastic. Christian fiction tends to be too...what's the right word? Safe? You know what I mean? It's like someone sanitizes all the reality from the pages and makes it too neat. Well, this book is different. It's a romance novel, but not a squishy, mushy one. This one has a lot of real life in it. And the way the author makes God a character in the book is unbelievable. You've got to read it to believe it. Trust me, this is one of the best love stories I've ever read.
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