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In Tune with Wedding Bells

3.89 of 5 stars 3.89  ·  rating details  ·  154 ratings  ·  5 reviews
An ambitious executive finds his life turned upside down by a lovely runaway and her younger brother. But will he be able to do what it takes to save the two people who have so effectively brought upheaval into his well-ordered life?
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Published May 1st 1994 by Tyndale House Publishers (first published 1941)
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Carolyn
Okay, I read this book in a single day. It held my attention throughout, but it is not my favorite Grace Livingston Hill book. Nope, not really. The hero of the story is at least thinking about who he wants as a life partner, but the heroine, Gillian is very bland. The only thing she ever thinks about him, is that she can't ever think of him as someone special, not to assume he really cares for her that way. There was really no romance in the whole book until the very, very end. They were just f ...more
Nancy
This is a horrible, terrible, no good, very bad book. My issues with it are threefold: first, the main female character, Gillian Guthrie, is an enfeebled idiot. Her backstory is that she's an orphan whose dead father was well off. When her mother dies and her evil uncle tells her that her father's money was lost in an investment, she immediately believes him despite having been warned that he's untrustworthy, takes her five-year-old brother and runs off to the city. She works herself broke in or ...more
Jerry
Conventional wisdom states: "You can't beat the classics."

In this case, that's absolutely right.

This novel may be about a century old, but, it has a timeless appeal, and is more enlightening and inspiring than many "modern" romances, even those with a Christian label.

Seriously, if you haven't read anything by Grace Livingston Hill...you are missing out, big time.
Lin Stepp
Still another Hill book ... this one an old-time story of a young man coming to the rescue of a woman and her small brother in a hard time. Scenes are sweet ... characters endearing. Loved the undercurrents of intrigue and an unexpected ending.
Melissa
Don't remember this one much, except that I liked it at the time.
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also wrote under the pseudonym Marcia MacDonald

A popular author of her day she wrote over 100 novels and numerous short stories of religious and Christian fiction. Her characters were most often young female ingénues, frequently strong Christian women or those who become so within the confines of the story.
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