Item description for A Season for Grace (The Brothers' Bond, Book 1) (Love Inspired #377) by Linda Goodnight...
A Season for Grace (The Brothers' Bond, Book 1) (Love Inspired #377) by Linda Goodnight
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Format: Large Print
Studio: Thorndike Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Jul 31, 2008
Publisher Thorndike Press
ISBN 1410406679 ISBN13 9781410406675
Availability 0 units.
More About Linda Goodnight
Winner of the RITA Award for excellence in fiction, Linda Goodnight has won various other highly acclaimed awards, and her romance novels have been translated into more than a dozen languages. Active in orphan ministry, this former nurse and teacher enjoys writing fiction that carries a message of hope and light in a sometimes dark world. A country girl, she lives in Oklahoma. Readers may contact her through her website: www.lindagoodnight.com
Linda Goodnight currently resides in the state of Oklahoma.
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Reviews - What do customers think about A Season for Grace (The Brothers' Bond, Book 1) (Love Inspired #377)?
AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dec 15, 2006
THIS BOOK IS THE MOST WONDERFUL HTHING I'VE EVER READ.I WAS SURPRISED AT HOW GREAT IT WAS.IM ONLY 12 AND NOT EXACTLY A ROMANCE BOOK KIND OF PERSON.I WILL TRY TO READ EVERY BOOK LOVE INSPIRED HAS BECAUSE OF THIS BOOK. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT. I COULDNT PUT IT DOWN! ANOTHER GREAT ONE IS "At Home in Dry Creek".SO READ IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was hooked from the prologue! Dec 4, 2006
Linda Goodnight writes wonderful, well-rounded characters in this first book in the Love Inspired series, The Brothers' Bond.
The prologue drew me in and gave me compassion for the hero, Officer Collin Grace, as it reveals his history as a child in the foster care system. This helped me immediately understand his aversion to getting involved when social worker Mia Carano seeks him out to mentor Mitchell, a young runaway. After being separated from his two brothers at an early age, Collin doesn't have much faith in anything, especially social workers.
Mia's background is completely different from Collin's. She comes from a large, loving family and has a strong faith in God. This faith gives her the assurance that she can make a difference, even with all the pain she has seen during seven years as a social worker. Mia's persistent personality eventually starts to break down the barriers Collin has erected, and he soon finds himself drawn to her, in spite of his misgivings.
I read this book in one sitting, and can't wait for the next title to be released in March of 2007!