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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Book Review: FOR LOVE OF ELI by Loree Lough

For Love of Eli

I loved this one--4.5 thumbs UP! Way to go, Loree Lough!

You take your average countrified childless widow, one jilted uncle/pediatrician, and one small orphan that both of them love to distraction, and it adds up to quite a stew.

Eli (the small orphan) has had more tragedy than most people experience in a lifetime. First his dad is killed in Afganistan. Then his mom dies. And his best friend can't walk and gets sick way too easy.

The will says Aunt Taylor has custody of Eli, and Uncle Reece is totally unhappy with that decision. He's mad at her even though she's the one who suggests he should get Eli every other weekend. Even though she shares her time with Eli and even invites Reece to join them for meals and events. Even though she's smart and pretty and generous and sweet. Sweet smelling, too.

And then there's this famous country-western singer who's hanging around way too much at Taylor's bed-and-breakfast. Reece doesn't like that, either.

Hmm. I wonder what's happening here? Wanta find out? Maybe you should buy a copy, what do you think? Click on Christian Book Distributors, Amazon, or Barnes and Nobel.

OR:
Comment below prior to Wednesday, April 17, 2013, and be entered to win a free copy. US and Canadian readers only, please.

3 comments:

  1. Great review. Please exclude me from the drawing since I just won one. I'll purchase this one. Blessings, Susan Fryman

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  2. what a great review I can hardly wait to read this book I would love to win a copy my email is petsare4luvn7@yahoo.com many blessings

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  3. A winner has been selected and has one week to respond. If the winner does not respond, another will be selected from the posts on April 10 (the review) and 11 (the interview).

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