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Cry Of My Heart

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Nicole Thomas runs her antique store as she runs her life - risk-free. She's determined to protect her grandmother and sister, even if it means her own desires must go unanswered. Her father died pursuing dangerous thrills, and she'll never abandon those in her care as he abandoned her. Andrew "Ace" Conners returns to Reliance, Montana, to settle the affairs of Aunt Millie ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published June 21st 2006 by Heartsong Presents (first published 2006)
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Rachel
Sep 12, 2015 Rachel rated it liked it
I enjoyed this book, and found the characters to be very relatable. I especially enjoyed watching Nicole learn how to trust God and recognize the risks she was already taking by choosing not to take risks. However, I take issue with the other character's urging her to show her trust in God by taking out a loan for her business. I don't see that as a healthy risk, in the way he described it to her, and would have liked for the author to work that out differently, perhaps by allowing him to partne ...more
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Jul 31, 2015 Mary Beth rated it liked it
Meh. I didn't dislike it, but there was very little action and the main character seemed neurotic and in need of counseling.
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