Item description for San Francisco: Meet My Sister, Tess/The Landlord Takes a Bride/Grace in Action/An Unbreakable Hope (Heartsong Novella Collection) by Kristin Billerbeck...
Four independent women in the San Francisco bay area are about to be swept into a wave of romance. Will they let their hearts free to flow with the tide? Grace Brawlins is determined to succeed at raising her son alone - atoning for her mistakes. When a firefighter befriends her boy, will she accept the kind gesture or let her wounded spirit cloud her judgment? Stefani Willems has had a chance to buy her family's land taken from her by a shrewd Colorado cowboy. When her job is also threatened by his work in the Bay Area, will her grudges become too large to unload? Tess Ellison is committed to taking care of her handicapped brother, even if that means marrying for less than love. But when she meets her brother's new social worker, can she trust the leading of her heart over her mind? Emily Jensen has been looking for the ideal romance. When she meets a man with a past that is jaded with ongoing consequences, can she believe his cleaned up life is more than a passing fad? Letting go to romance will take each woman a step of new faith. Will the arms of love catch them - or will they be shatttered by a dream?
Book Description Romance is blossoming in the city by the bay. Will four women let their pridestand in the way of love?
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Studio: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.1" Height: 1.2" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Feb 28, 2005
Publisher Barbour Publishing Company
ISBN 159310586X ISBN13 9781593105860
Availability 0 units.
More About Kristin Billerbeck
Kristin Billerbeck is the bestselling, award-winning author of several novels, including "What a Girl Wants," "Perfectly Dateless," and "Perfectly Invisible." A Christy Award finalist and two-time winner of the American Christian Fiction Writers Book of the Year, Billerbeck has appeared on "The Today Show" and has been featured in the "New York Times." She lives with her family in Northern California.
Kristin Billerbeck currently resides in Silicon Valley Sacramento Sacr, in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about San Francisco: Meet My Sister, Tess/The Landlord Takes a Bride/Grace in Action/An Unbreakable Hope (Heartsong Novella Collection)?
Great Mix Aug 29, 2007
This book is a great mix of the wonderful authors ability. One of those books that simply cannot be put down
Excellent read!!! Jan 6, 2006
This is an excellent read and I could recommend it to anyone, the stories are good and very well written. 4 romances in the same book I had to get it and haven't regretted it for a moment. I never seem to be able to get enough books to read and therefore books I don't really like, I soon get to really hate. This was not one of those books. I suggest you buy this too.
Awful Sep 17, 2005
San Francisco: 4 Romances Blossom by the City by the Bay is a compilation of four short stories: Grace in Action, Landlord Takes a Bride, Meet My Sister Tess, and Unbreakable Hope. The stories were written from 1999 to 2003, and all of them are very Christian in theme and writing. The first story, Grace in Action, is about a fireman and a very poor woman and her child. The fireman befriends the woman and begins to date her, much to the sadness of his girlfriend Emily. In fact, Emily shows up in the last story, Unbreakable Hope. The first and last stories are a slight continuation of one another and have characters that overlap. The best story, in my opinion, was The Landlord takes a Bride - both the male and female characters were strongly written, and the emphasis on church, God, and Christianity was less intense. The weakest story was Meet My Sister, Tess; it is about an adult female taking care of her disabled adult brother, and not being able to function independently of a man. Because Tess is so poor and her brother is disabled, the references to God were all over the place - it was actually very tedious to read through and I was just wanting it to end. This writer is not particularly good; the stories are about 50-75 pages each but are not intense enough to grab your attention and make you want to continue reading. The setting of San Francisco played a very minor role in the book, and the cover gives the impression that the stories will pay tribute to the city. They didn't; the author mentioned very few places in the city and it wasn't exploited at all. It's a shame, because perhaps the book would have been better with more focus on the setting and less on God and Christianity. I would definitely skip this book.