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Attic Treasures

3.9  ·  Rating Details ·  115 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
In this four-in-one romance, a journey begun in a dusty attic leads four women to new discoveries about their lives, and none of them realize the impact long-forgotten treasures will have on their futures.
Paperback, 345 pages
Published December 31st 2005 by Barbour Publishing (first published April 1st 2005)
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Stephanie A.
Oct 06, 2014 Stephanie A. rated it liked it
Another book with great potential suffocating under the weight of its need to remind you it is a Christian-themed novel at every turn. Here is the most glaring example paragraph I could find: His attraction to Sheila went much deeper than her physical beauty. She was a Christian, which was the most important thing. Dwaine knew dating a nonbeliever was not in God's plan. When he heard Sheila humming "Jesus Loves Me," he shook his head." As did I, for different reasons. Don't you think you're layi ...more
Lisa
Aug 19, 2010 Lisa rated it really liked it
I love anthologies, and this Christian title caught my attention.
The stories are Grandma's Doll, Fishing For Love, This Prairie, and Seeking the Lost.



Grandma's Doll was a cute story, I had my own favorite dolls, but I loved my grandmother's Japanese doll, all dressed in lovely blue silk. I didn't have to take Sheila's journey in acquiring my doll, but I did have to lose my grandmother. I'd much rather have her than the doll, but it's a nice keepsake that I'm saving for my own daughter or future
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Meatsrus
Mar 24, 2008 Meatsrus rated it it was amazing
A gread read for the short story reader. I enjoyed this faith based book that intertwind the lives of four realitives with the one thing they had in common, their grandmother. Their grandma was selling her family home and wanted each of the grandchildren to choose an item for themselves. It sort of gives us all a bit of something familiar.
Rachel
Feb 12, 2013 Rachel rated it really liked it
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A sweet collection of four connected Christian novellas either about falling in love or about family. I like these stories about four cousins who each chooses something from their grandma's attic to keep as a reminder of their childhood, which leads them one by one to something else they also needed.
Dave
Apr 18, 2010 Dave rated it did not like it
This is one of the very few books I could not finish. It was too shallow and too religious for my tastes. It may be an enjoyable read for a young adult, but as an older adult I found it way too shallow for my tastes.
Joyce
Feb 19, 2009 Joyce rated it really liked it
THIS BOOK IS KINF OF DIFFERENT. IT CONSISTS OF 4 SHORT STORIES WRITTEN BY BY DIFFERENT AUTHORS. EACH STORY IS ABOUT A DIFFERENT GRANDDAUGHTER OF LYDIA DUNSMORE AND WHAT THEY CHOSE TO KEEP FROM THE ATTIC OF THEIR GRANDMOTHER'S HOUSE AFTER SHE GOES TO LIVE IN ASSISTED LIVING.
Pamela
Oct 18, 2016 Pamela rated it it was ok
This book was a little bit too "sweet" for my tastes. Four stories about cousins written by four different authors. The cousins are looking for a special something in their Grandmother's attic. Heavy on the romance, and light on the mystery.
Debbie
Mar 01, 2015 Debbie rated it liked it
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These four short stories are based on a grandmother and her four grand daughters. She sets them each up in different situations and each grand daughter finds her true love. A wonderful little quick read
Jody
Aug 11, 2011 Jody rated it it was amazing
Wonderful Book... this book I would read again and again...
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