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I know it’s bee a long time since I actually posted an anthology… but, I’ve FINALLY read one worth talking about!

Hott Synopsis

Glenna Moore’s father, Garrett, is a gambling alcoholic but he’s all she has.

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So when a poker game turn deadly Glenna finds herself stuck on a train with nowhere to turn – and no idea of what to do when she’s put off.

David Green is a newly ordained preacher on his way to his first assignment. He’s been entranced by Glenna since she first boarded so it shocks only him when he finds himself sitting next to her explaining the Word and it’s meaning to the dear child who readily admitted she was a sinner before he even started helping.

Will Glenna find the Lord and the path He’s intended for her? Will David figure out why he’s so entranced?

Hott Review

A very relaxing read. Even with the stress of Glenna being left alone when her father is tragically taken from her father, there was a certain peace emanating from her after she found the Lord that made reading the book feel like taking a hot bubble bath.

Author: Wanda E. Brunstetter
Rating: A
Steam: None
Publisher: Barbour Books Publish Date: July 1st 2011
ISBN: 1616264551 Price: $6.55(GR)

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  3 Responses to “Review: Daddy’s Girl”

  1. A hot bubble bath? NICE! And what a cool description.

  2. Thanks. Isn't it funny how books can make us feel?

  3. Sounds good. Fab review!

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