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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Book Review--A HOME FOR MY HEART by Anne Mateer

A Home for My Heart  -     
        By: Anne Mateer
 
This book is a heart-grabber. I knew when I saw the sweet little girl on the cover this story would be one I'd love, and boy was I right.
 
Sadie Sillsby, assistant matron, is handed the position of matron at the orphan home where she grew up, and she is overjoyed--until, on the same day, her beau, Blaine Wellsmith, informs her he's also gotten his heart's desire. A ranch. One where they can raise a family. At last they can marry. There's just one problem. She can't be married and be the matron. There are rules at the Raystown Home for Orphans and Friendless Children.
 
Blaine thinks she should drop her heart's desire for him. She thinks he should understand how she loves these children, this orphan home, and the job. At least she thinks she loves the job. The matron doesn't get to interact with the children as much as the assistant does.
 
And the assistant who took her place has eyes for Blaine. And for the handsome representative who comes from the Children's Aid Society in Philadelphia, Earl Glazier. Earl, however, has eyes for Sadie, and he begins to court her.
 
Who will win? You can find out by purchasing A Home for My Heart from Amazon, Barnes and Nobel, or Christian Book Distributors. You can also leave your email in a comment below by October 23, 2013, to be entered to win a free copy. If you don't receive notification by the end of the 24th, however--quick, click on one of the bookstore links above and get a copy. It's worth every penny.
 


6 comments:

  1. Anne! Great review. I love how you engaged me with Sadie's dilemma!

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  2. I loved this review. The last comment about if you want to find out what happens you must review the book, I love it. So open and honest.

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  3. I loved your review. It definitely makes me want to read the book. Thank you for the review and the giveaway.

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  4. Oh this books sounds wonderful! I have a soft spot for children and orphans, so this book will be right up my alley. Anne's other two books are favorites on my bookshelf and I look forward to reading this one.

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  5. Loved the review. Sounds like a great book.

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  6. Oooh! Pick me pick me! ;) Seriously though, this sounds like a wonderful story. Thanks for posting your review.

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