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More than a romance

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message 1: by Linda (last edited Jan 22, 2012 10:20PM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Linda Niemeir I agree with everything said about this wonderfully written love story set in the Great Depression. The characters jumped off the page and made me feel that I was there among the families and their troubles. And yes, I didn't want the story to end. But the thing that stirred my heart the most was the revelation that came to me as I read the story and realized how Maggie and Joe showed their love for each other at such a tender and innocent age! It made me ashamed that I had let the fire of that "loving feeling" become just a flicker as my husband and I celebrated our 35th anniversary. We still love each other, but had become complacent in showing that love on a daily basis. Believe me, when I started renewing that fire with just little things that I said and did during the day, it was returned to me many times over. As parents and grandparents we should be teaching our children and grandchildren how to love each other in those special tender ways because the physical passion may not always last but we can enjoy each other's love in many ways. That is how God intended it. Linda Niemeir, Co-Author of Sharecropping in North Louisiana: A Family's Struggle Through the Great Depression

Susan Earl Recently I heard that James Patterson, one of my must read authors, was offering the first ten chapters of his new Women's Murder Club novel on his web site. I liked this idea, and so today I came to the conclusion that I should do the same.

I will publish one chapter a week for the next ten weeks (every Tuesday), and if you are interested in reading the remaining 14 chapters, you can click on the Amazon link below to purchase an e-book copy for only $9.99. If you would like a signed copy you can e-mail me for more information at
I'd love to have feedback as well!

Click on the link below to start reading Chapter 1.

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