When someone told me to read Deeanne Gist’s a Bride Most Begrudging, she insisted it would show me that historical Christian romance could be rich, lush, and fresh. That friend was right. Deeanne has been a go-to author for me for awhile. I love most of her books, but it’s been awhile since one captured me.
Tiffany Girl did just that.
In Tiffany Girl Deeanne is back to writing the rich, conflict laced romances that I adore. In this one I also got to learn about a fascinating time period — when women crossed picket lines so that Mr. Tiffany’s stained glass could fill a display at the Chicago World’s Fair. The story stretches over time as the hero and heroine wrestle with their expectations, realities and wounds that may keep them apart. An interesting mix of supporting characters keep the pages hopping. But the heroine steals the show. Tiffany Girl is a story I will return to!
I’ve got another bundle of great books that I’m giving away this week. These are by some of my favorite author friends. You can’t go wrong reading a book by Lisa Wingate, Beth Vogt, Tricia Goyer, or Karen Witemeyer. They are each superb in their own way. I can’t wait to mail them to one of you!
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