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Loving Constance (Love Inspired #277) (Sisters of the Heart Trilogy #3)

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While searching for her best friend's husband, lawyer Connie Oberlin works alongside detective Reed Sterling--and soon finds herself falling in love with him.
250 pages
Published by Steeple Hill Books
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A great read and something I'd reread again in a heartbeat! (the only problem with most of these books is the ending seems rushed :/
She wrote in such a way that it kept me coming back for more, never wanting to put it down. The plot itself was also amazing. I kept trying to imagine myself as poor Annie, with twin boys and a husband who... I won't give it away. I'll be keeping my eyes open for the other books by Lyn Cote!
MY FAVORITE of the 'Sister's Of The Heart' series! LOVED, LOVED, LOVED, Rand!!! LOVED Connie!...LOVED seeing Jack & Gracie, and Patience and Gil again! VERY interesting storyline!!! Enjoyed it more than the storyline's for Gracie and Patience!!!....GREAT BOOK!!! ;-)
I did like this. I didn't have quite the cookie cutter quality to it that so many Christian novels have. I would have liked to have read more about Rand's deceased wife and how that affects him today.
I absolutely loved this book! This is my first book I have read by this author and by far not my last!
This book was good until the baby baptism part, then typical all false religion beliefs, it wen down hill from there.

Lies about God were written and unreality was written.

Author do you not know that only in books and movies can a couple be alone together, especially in a home and not get out of hand? You write that the couple snuggled on the couch many evenings on end and never got too far, but reality says that humans are not that controlled, our emotions and physical feelings take over and th...more
Excellent LI--realistic romantic suspense, husband/friend disappear.
I really enjoyed this book, it took me just two days to finish it. The plot was realistic and easy to follow. It had a good message that no one is perfect and we shouldnt put anyone on a pedestal, we all fail at some point. Overcoming the pitfalls of life and moving on are important. I liked how the author mixed in the dialogue the inner thoughts of the characters as they wrestled with their true feelings. Very nice.
I really enjoyed this book, and the way that the Main Character helps her family.
I enjoyed it. A good summer read, not to heavy
Jan Mcleod
not the best bpook I've ever read
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