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A Baby Between Them (Love Inspired Historical) Mass Market Paperback – 5 Jun 2012

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Irish Bride Trilogy Finale...worth the wait. 2 Jun. 2012
By Sis Steele - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Some books strike a chord because of your own life. With Irish ancestry and two younger sisters, I was naturally attracted to the Irish Brides Love Inspired Historical trilogy about three sisters who make a new start in America. But it was the writing trio of Cheryl St. John, Renee Ryan and Winnie Griggs that really caught my attention.

In "A Baby Between Them," Winnie Griggs wraps up the adventures of the Murphy sisters with the tale of Nora, the oldest sister responsible for an abandoned infant. Her relationship with the local sheriff Cameron Long is beset by obstacles of all kinds, traumas from the past, responsibilities of the present, and fears for the future. The author's emotional style weaves a story as inspirational as it is romantic. I kept turning the pages as fast as I could and was sorry to see this series end. But it could not have ended on a better note.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A heroine to look up to! 11 Jun. 2012
By Alyssia Kirkhart - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Rarely do I feel a dire need to review a book, but this one stands so far out among the same old, same old, ho-hum historical, I just had to put in my two shillings. Heroine Nora Murphy is as refreshing as she is relatable to every woman who feels she's nothing special, whether by looks or personality. She's learned to accept her lot in life (really, who hasn't been there?), but her kind nature and independent spirit attract Sheriff Cameron Long, who's as strong and deliciously multi-dimensional as heroes come.

What did I love about this book? Other than the simple truth that I could not put it down, Author Winnie Griggs weaves a spiritual tale that makes historical and Christian fiction fans alike go, "Thank you for not writing yet another drop dead gorgeous heroine with no real problems whatsoever!" Seriously. What a breath of fresh air. Both Nora and Cam have their inner demons, which they must overcome and, of course, do by novel's end. Add the wonderfully colorful backdrop of Faith Glen, a twist of adventure, a dash of suspense, and you've got a solid tale that'll stay on your Keeper Shelf for years to come.

Well done, Ms. Griggs. Can't wait for the next release.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Three Irish Brides 1 Feb. 2013
By Vonda Dixon - Garrett - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This was my favorite, even though I loved all three of the Irish Brides books. The story is compelling in the tradition of a rags to riches tale. With this one, Nora has the added baggage of an infant in tow. At this point, she has given her heart to Grace and pretty much accepted that her happy ending will be building her very own bakery business while raising Grace. Occasionally, she has a little pang of jealousy when both of her younger sisters marry first and marry well. When Grace's birth mother grabbed the infant, the way that Nora handled that situation made her my favorite. I have an adoptive child. He was once taken from me when I had him for about 5 months. Although, circumstances caused us to get my son back, I can identify with that feeling.
I have to admit that I did not have as much grace (no pun intended) as Nora when it came to talking to the biological mother afterward. She did however, give my son back to us. I love happy endings, and when they include a baby...it is just like completing a puzzle. The marriage puzzle usually starts with 2 pieces, but sometimes it starts with 3.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Just eh... 22 Jan. 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I finally decided to give this book a try based on the rating. I'm not sure why it has such a great rating. It was just eh for me. There were interesting elements to the story but I didn't feel like the story lived up to it's potential. I see no reason for me to ever read this book again. Honestly the male lead bugged me right from the beginning, I struggled to feel that his reasons for not ever wanting to marry we realistic. Especially since at the end of the book he gets over those reasons quite quickly. I figured out the entire plot of the book within the first few chapters. I don't mind figuring out the plot part way through the book usually but if I can figure it out within the first few chapters then you know the book wasn't thought out very well. Like I said before this book is just eh.
Great book 15 Feb. 2014
By M. Brothers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Very interesting story and different than a lot of books that all have similar stories. Good read. Very much enjoyed this book.
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