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Mending Her Heart

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  7 reviews
After quitting her high-powered job, Catherine Stanhope heads home to Pleasant, Minnesota, to rest and regroup. When she arrives at her late grandmother's house, Hope House, she finds a handsome caretaker and his adorable nephew fixing up the place. This is not what she had in mind! Catherine is thinking of selling Hope House and starting fresh. But Will's determined to ho ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 15th 2011 by Steeple Hill
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This story was about Will Tanner and Catherine Stanhope. Catherine was a high-paid attorney in the city, and she left her home, job, and life to come back to the small town she grew up in. Her grandmother, Abigail raised her and she had recently died. Catherine kept saying she was going to come home to visit her grandmother. But, she never did. She was too busy. Meanwhile, Will had found the Lord through Abigail, and he had changed his whole life. He was restoring Abigail's Victorian home when s ...more
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Finally a Christian romance that you can call "Christian" love that it's main characters were in growing relationships with God and it wasn't just a part of their life... which sadly I find many of the Love inspired books.. great story!! must read!!
I adored this book, Will, Catherine, and Charley. I could dream up Hope House in my mind and would love to see a similar house in person.

I loved this quote from the book: "Forgiveness is to be passed on, not hoarded. The more you give, the more you have."
a good read but seemed a bit hurried when I got to the last 50 pages. I enjoyed how the many pieces fit together.
A great read about god's love and His plan for His children.
Very cute and guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
great book
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