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Thursday, October 6, 2016

From This Day Forward (Song of Blessing #4) by Lauraine Snelling






Deborah MacCallister, head nurse at the Blessing hospital, has loved Toby Valders since her school days, but she's had enough of their on-again, off-again relationship. Toby truly cares for Deborah, but he's never felt like he could commit to marriage or a family.
When Anton Genddarm, the new schoolteacher, comes to town, the young women of Blessing see a chance to force Toby's hand with a little strategic matchmaking. But real sparks fly between Deborah and Anton, and she finds herself in an even more complicated situation. The attention she gets from Anton makes Toby do some serious soul-searching, but is it too late?
Then Deborah receives an invitation to study the latest advances in nursing at a hospital in Chicago, and she faces a hard choice. To leave or stay? Should she give up on the dream of Toby and accept the interest of Anton?


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 About The Author






Lauraine Snelling is the award-winning author of over seventy books, with sales of more than 2 million copies.

She also writes for a wide range of magazines, and helps others reach their writing dreams by teaching at writers’ conferences across the country.

Lauraine and her husband, Wayne, have two grown sons, and live in the Tehachapi Mountains with a watchdog Basset named Winston.

They love to travel, most especially in their forty-foot motor coach, which they affectionately deem “a work in progress”.

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My Review

 

We are back in Blessing, North Dakota and back with our dear family from Norway. Most all we come to know and love are back and we are continuing on with their lives.
Some of our dear ones leave right after the book begins, and others find their way home. In this book we have Deborah still wearing her heart on her sleeve for Toby, but will that man every realize what a gem she is, and before he looses he to another.
Come and enjoy the warm-hearted fun of fishing with Mor and the children, and landing a big catfish. Ah, how I wish I were there!
I received this book through Net Galley and Bethany House Publishers, and was not required to give a positive review.

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