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A Passion Most Pure by Julie Lessman
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Jul 20, 12

Read in January, 2012

It is1916 at the beginning of this novel, an unusual time for Christian fiction. I feel the number of stories set at this time will increase in the coming years as we approach the anniversary of the first world war. There are four novels in this and the next series of this Irish Catholic family, living in Boston and Ireland.
Faith O'Connor has had a childhood crush on Collin that has developed into a full blown infatuation. But her sister, Charity, only 16, wants Collin for herself. Faith is a polio survivor whose twin sister died from the disease. Faith is a strong Christian while Charity merely goes along with her family’s beliefs without having a relationship with God, of her own.
Julie Lessman’s books are full of “Passion with a Purpose” and this big book, so make room for time in your schedule because you will not want to put it down!

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