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Anne Perreault

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Anne Perreault was born and raised in Germany. Her family moved to a very obscure city in the Middle East by the name of Dubai, where she spent the next ten years on and off. During this time, she discovered her passion for ice skating, trained, rode, and fell off high spirited Arabian horses, and collected an assortment of stray cats that found their way into their yard. She attended an American boarding school in Austria. After graduating, she moved to England for a year to start her college education. After meeting her husband, she moved to the US and finished her undergraduate degree in Biology in NH. The couple married and moved to CT to start a family. During the next fifteen years, Anne was busy raising three wonderful children, teac ...more

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David vs. Goliath

I was going to make this into one loooooong blog, but I had pity on you and decided – with Easter coming – to split it up. Bear with me, please. I want to get this message across because it's been such a huge eyeopener for me and I want to help others who struggle with fear and lack of self-worth. I hope this helps. I'm certainly looking at things in a different manner.

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This was a great ending to the Yellowstone series. It reminded me of a Hallmark movie, which I love! I really like the way Anne uses Scripture in her stories. I enjoyed Leah’s change of heart in her relationship with God." Read more of this review »
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“If I am inclined to doubt, steady my faith; if I am tempted, make me strong to resist; if I should miss the mark, give me courage to try again. Guide me with the light of truth and grant me wisdom by which I may understand the answer to my prayer.”
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“Loving a warrior is hard. Dying in the line of duty is an honor to them. They would rather take that road than to dishonor their sacred oath”
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Ronie Kendig
“I've prayed night and day for God to lead me, guide me, to make me stronger and prepare me. Yet, I am tormented with memories, suffer debilitating flashbacks, and now-now my father is killed. And you're gong to stand there and tell me it's God's will? Why should I pray? It hasn't done me much good." Yitshak drew back, he brow again knotted. "What? You think praying is supposed to make life easier? If the great I Am answers your prayers, it is not to make life easier, but to prepare you to handle more!”
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“For the right guy, a girl doesn't need extravagance. Just sincerity ~Jolie”
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“Dude--she's your wife." He pointed to the locker where the Bible lay concealed. "God first, family second, country third.”
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