A Warmth in Winter (Heavenly Daze, #3)
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A Warmth in Winter (Heavenly Daze #3)

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Readers have already fallen in love with the quirky personalities that inhabit Heavenly Daze. In "A Warmth in Winter," the unforgettable characters and humorous circumstances offer poignant lessons of God's love and faithfulness. The story centers around Vernie Bidderman, owner of Mooseleuk Mercantile and Salt Gribbon, the lighthouse operator, who despite the vast differen...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published February 8th 2002 by Thomas Nelson
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Aug 12, 2014 Donna rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Christains, mature adults
The characters are so likeable. They are easy to relate to. It's highly likely when you read this book you will know or have known someone like one of the characters in the book. I have enjoyed the biblical references, they really make me think. I have enjoyed the off type of humor; gives me a good chuckle. This is my third book in the series and I now have #4. I plan to read them all.
This one is my favorite of the three I've read. It was pretty good actually! The other two were just 'okay'... I have two more to read in this series, but first I must read the latest M.C. Beaton Hamish MacBeth book which was published earlier this year. (YAY) Although I must say there is nothing in the Hamish MacBeth books to feed my spirit like in the Heavenly Daze series. I love the Bible scriptures scattered throughout these Heavenly Daze books. Keeps me focused on God and feeds my spirit as...more
I liked the simplicity and warmth of this book. It follows three or four people who live on the Island of Heavenly Daze, just off the coast of Maine. The island is rumored to be inhabited by angels who live among the people and bring miracles to their lives. There is also a little love story that keeps you reading and hoping. Very uplifting.
Trisha Owens
Local Maine story of an older man who takes care of a lighthouse. He has a son who is struggling with alcohol addictions and two small children. He ends up taking the children from his son, and trying to raise them without anyone noticing in the local town. I enjoyed the references to Maine.
Turns out this is part of a series. Now, I'll need to go to the beginning of the series, but it made sense anyhow. So far, I've enjoyed all books I've read by Lori Copeland. They are calm, peaceful, and full of people seeking faith.
 Barb Bailey
This was an inspiring Christmas story about family, forgiveness and unity. It is 3rd of a series of 4 but I have not read the others. Just happened upon this one first and decided to read it for December.
A light, enjoyable Christian series. I've never read a trilogy as lovely as these 5 books.
Cute addition to the series.Not especially meaty theologically.
Continue to enjoy this series.
Jun 23, 2008 Lisa marked it as to-read
Heavenly Daze series / book three
Sandra Kent
Excellent story. I love this series.
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Lori lives in the beautiful Ozarks with her husband Lance. Lance and Lori have three sons, three daughter-in-laws, and six wonderful grandchildren, and two great-granddaughters.

Lance and Lori are very involved in their church, and active in supporting mission work in Mali, West Africa.

Lori began her writing career in 1982, writing for the secular book market. In 1995, after many years of writing,...more
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