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Bride in Training (Love Inspired Series)

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  • Posted June 19, 2010

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    Bride in Training

    Martin and Emily both have pasts they have tried to run from. They have pushed people away and have avoided love for far too long. But a little dog named Nessie is about to change all of that. In this sweet and romantic story, Martin and Emily learn how to forgive themselves and trust God to forgive them and free them to love again.

    Bride in Training is the little book that has a strong impact. I am once again amazed at Gail's talent for creating a very romantic story that has a very powerful Christian message that so many readers will be able to relate to. I'm sure pretty most of us have things from our past that we have tried, unsuccessfully, to bury. The harder we try to hide, the more shame and guilt we feel. This is what Emily was experiencing and when the full extent of her story was revealed, I felt a great sadness for what she had been through. I also felt great joy in the forgiveness she received, the forgiveness she deserved. I love to see characters redeemed and loved. This is a very romantic story, but the real-life problems Martin and Emily work to overcome make this story real and relatable.

    If my memory serves me, it seems that Bride in Training had more dogs and more sweet dog moments than the previous book had which added a wonderful lightness and humor to this story. It is obvious that Gail loves dogs, she loves flowers, and she loves her characters because each one is written so lovingly. I loved Bride in Training. It is a book that will tug at your heart and inspire you to seek your Heavenly Father for all of your needs and it will inspire you to love and appreciate those you care about.

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