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Wednesday's Child grieves for his soul...
Liam Page, school teacher and ex-missionary, is a man with a secret agenda. Revenge. But when he says it with flowers, and accidentally drenches a woman who just happens to be the school's landscape architect, he may have found a light in his darkness.
After an abusive relationship, Jacqui Dorne prefers work to men. It's safer. But Liam Page with his boyish charm and wounded soul, manages to change her preferences. Has God led her to Liam to help him heal?
When their growing relationship is marred by the reappearance of Jacqui's ex-boyfriend, they find themselves suddenly embroiled in a series of dangerous events which leads them to Africa and has them fighting for both love and life.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Monday, 28 January 2013)
Any book that begins with the scripture Jeremiah 29:11-13 is going to grab my attention straight away. This formative verse is so applicable to the
wonderful story Revell creates in Wednesday’s Child.
I’m enjoying her spin on a time-honored nursery rhyme and the ways in which she
weaves each day’s verse into a spine-tingling suspense novel. (I have to admit: I’ve gotten sneak peeks at all of Clare’s covers for this
series, and Wednesday’s Child is my favorite. What an amazing, straight on depiction of the hero! But I digress…)
Liam Page is wounded.
The burdens he carries tug your heart. I love the ordained way in which he meets our more than worthy heroine, Jacqui Dorne. Their paths, we discover,
were meant to intersect—not just on a professional but on a personal level as well.
Some of my favorite stories deal with the issue of why God
allows bad things to happen to seemingly innocent people. Add to that
email@example.com (Thursday, 17 January 2013)
What a great read! This story is full of twists and turns and several surprises. Ms. Revell's stories just keep getting better all the time. This is
indeed turning into a wonderful series as she digs a little deeper each time, drawing us into the darker side of humanity and bringing us out into the
light at the end. Well done!