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Anita Stansfield

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message 1: by Hope (new)

 Hope | 89 comments I love her books! I was wondering, has anyone else read them?

message 2: by Lissy (last edited Mar 03, 2010 06:16PM) (new)

Lissy I've read a couple of them! But my favorite Mormon author has got to be Kay Lynn Mangum. She wrote the books The Secret Journal of Brett Colton, When the Bough Breaks, and A Love Like Lily!! All of them are fantastic!!!

message 3: by Hope (new)

 Hope | 89 comments I haven't read any of hers, I'll have to now, though. You can join the Anita Stansfield group I've created if you want to. If you type in Anita Stansfield on the search it will have a picture of a rose and it's called Anita Stansfield.

message 4: by Shauna (new)

Shauna | 1 comments I have read some of her books. My favorite was her Barrington series. I devoured them all. I also really liked her Jason Wolfe series. My daughter is obsessed with Anita Stansfield. She owns almost all of her books. I think she has joined your group. She was so excited to find someone else who adores her books as much as she does.

message 5: by Hope (new)

 Hope | 89 comments I'm so glad! I think she has been terribly neglected on this site. I haven't read either of those series I read a lot of them during '08 but I'm only just starting to read a lot of them again. I love every one that I've read.

message 6: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (jenmarie1117) | 1 comments I have never read any of her books, but would be interested to see what everyone else thinks of them. When I joined the church, I wanted to avoid the more obvious authors (for example, Rachel Ann Nunes) because I thought they weren't my style, would be too cheesy, etc. I've actually really gotten into Nunes' novels, and so I am open to more possibilities.

The other person I am a huge fan of is Ally Condie. She's written a few books, granted more geared towards teens, but still pretty good.

message 7: by Hope (new)

 Hope | 89 comments I liked the one that I read by Rachel Ann Nunes, but I have to say that I didn't enjoy it enough to read more of hers. I don't know if it was this particular book I read of hers that made me feel that way, but I just don't have as much of a desire to read hers. It didn't keep me on my toes the way that Anita's have been able to.

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