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An Eternal Bond (Gables of Legacy #4)

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Jess Hamilton believes he could never fill the shoes of his late father. Now responsible for a century-old family business and a boys’ home, Jess knows he is expected to uphold a great patriarchal legacy. As Jess struggles to find a footing in a world full of new obligations, he finds himself drawn into an ugly court battle where a child’s future — or perhaps even his life ...more
Paperback, 249 pages
Published August 28th 2003 by Covenant Communications (first published August 2003)
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Jan 27, 2015 Debbie rated it it was ok
Wow! By the time I finished this book I was so annoyed with it. I can't believe how many 4 and 5 star ratings this book got. First of all there was no cohesive plot. Just a bunch of events that happen. Second of all, it was sooo negative. I was so sick of Tamra and her incessant whining. And every time she was surprised, or shocked or horrified, she put her hand over mouth. Stansfield couldn't come up with any other ways to express that type of emotion I guess. I got so sick of reading that phra ...more
Aug 04, 2008 Cristina rated it really liked it
I liked this one better than the 3rd book and I really had a hard time putting it down. I think I am getting a little tired of Anita Stansfield books now that I have read a ton of them, but I have two more in this series that I am going to finish after I read a couple other books first!

I gave this four stars because the book really potrayed real life situations that I am interested in and made it more of an actual real-life situation than an impossible real-life romance. Good book!
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Feb 23, 2008 Karen Bing rated it it was amazing
Book number four in the series and again tears were's just really neat to read a novel where the characters have the same values and beliefs as I do. It's cool to read the novel and understand what they are talking about fully. EVERYONE visit my mom at the church library so you can read these novels...they are amazing...I want to live in australia and meet the Hamiltons...if they were real!!hahha
May 28, 2010 Stephanie rated it it was ok
it was kinda depressing and it raised more questions than it answered. the charcters kinda bugged me espically tamera whineing that shes whining was super abnoxious. it was still uplifting but just not half as good as the books before. I think she(Anita Stanfield) could have taken the ideas in this book and sepperated them makeing more books and leaving less questions unanswered it just seemed to be a jumble of ideastrowen together without much thought to all the affects of their actions.
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Feb 26, 2016 Shirley Brown rated it really liked it
I liked this book because it was easy to read and to feel the truth of the principles the author writes about. The characters, Jess and Tamra seems to have more than their share of problems, but as I think about it, I think most of us have some of the same issues and so it resonates as source of enlightment to use in our own lives. I've learned much from her writing.
This book is like the 2nd one in the series in that it felt more like a chronicle of life than a novel with a cohesive plot. Because I really like these characters, it was worth reading. I especially liked the small continuation of Sean & Tara's story.
An Eternal Bond is the fourth of the Gables of Legacy series. It journeys into the changing lives of the Hamilton family and explores how adversity can bless and unite families in eternal bonds of love.
Feb 04, 2011 Karina rated it liked it
The romance in the second and third books of this series were supper cheesy, even for me. This book took a breat from all that, and it was like a breath of fresh air. This book didn't have a supper strong plot, but it was still enjoyable. I enjoyed it more than the last two books.
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Sep 28, 2010 Michelle Llewellyn rated it did not like it
Tamra and Jess deal with "stuff" because what other plot complications are there now that the patriarch of the family is dead?
Apr 08, 2010 Cheryl rated it really liked it
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I liked this one because the story was about a young couple and the challenges and insecurities they face. They seemed like real life issues.
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It was interesting to see how applying the atonement of Jesus Christ can really elivate self appointed burdens in peoples lives.
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Anita Stansfield, the LDS market's #1 best-selling romance novelist, is an imaginative and prolific writer whose romantic stories have captivated her readers.
"With sales approaching a half million, Anita Stansfield has clearly found a niche in this market," said Nicole Martin, Publicist for Covenant Communications. "Her popularity stems from her ability to empathize with and write about the issues
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Other Books in the Series

Gables of Legacy (6 books)
  • The Guardian (Gables of Legacy, #1)
  • A Guiding Star (Gables of Legacy, #2)
  • The Silver Linings (Gables of Legacy, #3)
  • The Miracle (Gables of Legacy, #5)
  • Full Circle (Gables of Legacy, #6)

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