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by Maureen Lang

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

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The sequel to The Oak Leaves is as impressive and thought provoking as the first book. Readers are treated to two different time periods, Victorian Ireland and contemporary England. Wonderful characters are written with style, grace and charm. Keep the tissues close by!

Rebecca Seabrooke vows to have the best-run historical manor, and also to forget about the crush she had
on Quentin Hollinworth, the owner of
the manor. This may be harder than
she thinks. Then Quentin's distant cousin visits and they read the diary of Berrie Hamilton, who, in 1852, opened a school for the mentally challenged. Rebecca learns the importance of serving others and that the best-laid plans are not always what God has planned for us. (Tyndale, Feb., 400 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: Tyndale

Published: February 2008

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