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Monday's Child (A Day to Remember #1)

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  230 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Horrified by her family's role in Nazi Germany, Krista uncovers a family secret that changes her life. Searching for support, Krista discovers her dream man. When tragedy strikes, Krista accepts Jesus' everlasting love.
Paperback, 444 pages
Published July 1st 1999 by Harvest House Publishers
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Jeni Enjaian
This is the book that first introduced me to Linda Chaikin. I loved this book just as much the second time around as the first. Though it is a bit confusing as to which people are good guys versus the bad guys the plot moved along convincingly and the romance between Jordan and Krista moves quickly but at the same time slow enough to be believable. I definitely enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone who enjoys Christian historical fiction.
Melissa
Though a fairly long book, it didn't take me long to finish, because I was caught up in it and didn't want to stop. Espionage, Swiss banking scandals, tragic Jewish history, Bible verses, flying bullets--they all combine for an exciting and unusual read. There were a few things I disapproved of--the normal kissing and that Krista was working outside the home--but I couldn't help liking it, as mysteries are fun.
Amy
Since I own this entire series and I've read many of the books twice I think I can safely say that I really enjoyed these books. Some mystery, some romance, some history; can't go wrong with a combination like that.
Andrea
This took awhile to get in to, but it was a pretty good story. I thought for awhile that it took place right after WWII, but it actually modern day. Once the time period was clear certain things made more sense.
Hope Johnson
I actually enjoyed this book. Even though it started out really slow, the last few pages I almost cried, which it takes quite a bit for me to cry while reading a book.
Fran Piercey
Set in Switzerland. Krista is a model of Gotthard Enterprises with international espionage steming from Hitler's Germany.
Lindsay Porter
Good story but a little predictable at times.
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Linda Chaikin is a Christian fiction author with a focus on historical fiction. She sometimes publishes using the name L.L. Chaikin.

Linda was the youngest of 10 children and her father died shortly after she was born. She wrote her first full-length novel with pen and paper at the age of 14 - this novel was later rewritten as Wednesday's Child, part of the Day to Remember series.

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