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Prayers and Pawprints: Tales from Grace Chapel Inn (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn #16)

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  67 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Prayers and Pawprints is one of more than twenty-five books in the series Tales from Grace Chapel Inn. When two very special dogs descend on Acorn Hill, Alice wonders, Could a dog be an answer to prayer? Alice's prayer is for Paula Middleton, a new resident who lives alone and suffers from seizures. After Paula is injured in a fall, Alice determines the town must do someth...more
Unknown Binding, 305 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by GuidepostsBooks (first published March 2009)
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Another great read in this wonderful series about 3 sisters who return home after their father's death to turn their old family home into a B&B. In each book, we see a bit more about the sisters & the interesting town residents but then the reader is introduced to new characters as they come for a stay at Grace Chapel Inn.

In this book, Alice (who is a nurse) becomes very involved in helping a young woman with seizures who lives by herself. Through this relationship, the reader learns abo...more
Sep 20, 2014 Joy rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Joy by: Susan
The Grace Chapel Inn books have a simple charm for anyone who has enjoyed the bed and breakfast experience - or dream of having their own B&B. Or lived in a small town. The GCI books have different authors but seem to flow seamlessly between various authors.

I loved how Prayers and Pawprints started with interaction between Alice and a stray dog and expected more throughout the book, but I was disappointed. Dogs were talked about from time to time, but it fell flat; very detached. Wellington...more
Janie  R.

In this series of Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, this story was very enjoyable. There were a lot of things that were happening that needed the prayers of the Howard sisters and others. I really enjoyed the "mystery dog", I wanted to take him home! The info on how disability dogs are trained,etc. was very interesting. I thought this sentence from the book,sums up the main theme in this book, "God can use whatever means He chooses to get the job done".
Bonnie McHenry
After reading 16 Grace chapel books, I have finally realized that I identify so much with the Howard sisters because I am a great mix of the 3 personalities all rolled into one! Each sister is unique in her own way and I really seem to relate to the trials and triumphs they go through both individually and as sisters. I love the scripture passages woven into the story as it relates to the plot. This story was especially special because it dealt a lot with animals, particularly dogs and Wendall t...more
sandra sprenger
Prayers answered. A fantastic read.

Prayers answered. A fantastic read.

I've become a great fan for this series. no matter what one you start the story pulls you in and warps a warm hug around you. we get so busy with our daily lives it's nice to sit down and enjoy a heartwarming story. we also need to be reminded that our Father uses different means to answer prayer or solve problems. a stray dog, and a new friend open the door for the Howard sisters in this story. recommend for anyone wanting a...more
Debbie Phillips
Aug 16, 2012 Debbie Phillips rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: ladies and young women
Recommended to Debbie by: The Holman Family
Another great story in the Grace Chapel Inn series. This book about community and reaching out to help others. Also about how God uses us in unexpected ways in other peoples lives and how he can even use animals to intervene in human lives, like Balaam and the donkey.
Another Grace Chapel Inn book with the Howard sisters helping visitors to their inn and town to know God's love and acceptance.
Another great read from The Grace Chapel Inn series. I cannot wait for the next one!
Easy read, enjoy the Howard sisters and their bed and breakfast
The discussion about assistance dogs was very interesting
Another good Grace Chapel Inn book, enjoy them all.
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Diann Hunt wrote romantic comedy and humorous women's fiction targeted to Christian women of the Baby Boomer generation. She'd lived in Indiana forever, had been happily married forever, loved her family, chocolate, her friends, her dog, and, well, chocolate. Her book "For Better or For Worse" is being made into a Hallmark movie, with production beginning in November, 2013.

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