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Into The Deep

(Kentucky Brides)

3.45  ·  Rating details ·  49 ratings  ·  4 reviews
In 1843 Kentucky, Susanna Barnett longs for the finer things in life. Mammoth Cave brings them to her and her family. Not only does the cavern attract curious folks paying top dollar for tours, but its unique atmosphere promises to heal the sick. Surely God Himself etched out this place as a blessing to all men. Jared Edwards has been played the fool. Mammoth Cave's doctor ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published April 26th 2006 by Heartsong Presents (first published April 1st 2006)
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Aug 10, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was a good just really long. I like the time period of 1843 and reading about how things were done back then.
Jill Twigg
Mar 21, 2014 rated it liked it
Susannah and her impoverished family gets a second chance at life by working at a hotel where it gives tours to "The Mammoth Cave" not too far away. In this cave houses invalids who have the consumption and are rumored to be healed from it. Jared's aunt Mattie is the first to succumb in this cave and therein starts the war of trying to get the cave closed down. Jared and Susannah strike up a friendship she is talked into helping Jared with cave shutdown.
The story was good, but long.
Sep 18, 2009 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition

A boring book! I skipped parts thinking maybe it got better. No dice. It is such a letdown after the pirate book. The characters were not really developed so they seemed mechanical. There was basically no plot. It was about a cave that was supposed to have magical powers and people with consumption went there. More like a short story than a novel.
Very predictable. Three short stories or novels. Christian based. But a good quick read.
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Lauralee Bliss is a published author of over twenty-six Christian romance novels and novellas in both historical and contemporary with nearly 600,000 sold. In 2018 she received a 25 book published award from ACFW.

Lauralee enjoys writing books that are reminiscent of a roller coaster ride for the reader. Her desire is that readers will come away with both an entertaining story and a lesson that

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