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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2002

    Lisa, I LOVE YOU!

    Who would have expected for such a perfect story to be written while on earth? This novel is just as magnificent as the first, Indigo Waters. It will and has captivated anyone who reads it. It really is a story that everyone should read. The lesson of true beauty coming from the heart is one that today's society really needs to figure out. Disfigured Miranda Wallace is one of the most beautiful people that I have ever had the pleasure to read about. Congratulations to Lisa Samson for another splendid novel in her series!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2000

    A compelling story in an age where physical beauty is a divine attribute!

    Lisa Samson creates characters you love to hate and hate to love. I appreciate a heroine whose blemished outward appearance means nothing compared to the beauty of her soul. As a mother of a teenage daughter, I applaud Lisa Samson for showing God's definition of beauty, not today's skewed version which compells sixteen year olds to get breat implants. I wholeheartedly recommend this book and look forward to the third and last book in this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2000

    I'd love to have Miranda over for tea!

    Lisa Samson continues the story of people we already loved and people we hated in Indigo Waters. I really loved watching the growth of the characters. Each one coming to terms with fightings and fears within themselves. Miranda Wallace is a lovely heroine; I'd love to have her over for tea. She knows what she believes and is consistent. Lisa Samson writes beautifully, and I have enjoyed all of her works. I am looking forward to book three of this series, Crimson Skies, which will finalize the last characters life and love. Lisa often writes about heros and heroines' who aren't the perfect fashion model, but the beauty and strength within makes them beautiful on the outside.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2000

    I LOVED IT!!!!!

    Whenever I pick up a novel by Lisa Samson, I know that I am not going to be disappointed. The same is true with 'Fields of Gold'. Once again I was captivated by her main characters, plots, and settings. Each character came to life as I read each chapter and the mystery build as the book progressed... I LOVED seeing a character from the previous 'Indigo Waters' change and grow and ultimately come to know Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour... This is a great read and I HIGHLY recommend it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2000

    Not your usual romance novel

    Miranda Wallace isn't beautiful. A large birthmark eclipses half of her face, but the beauty of her tender heart more than makes up for her disfigurement. When Lord Tobin Youngblood comes to the castle Greywalls where Miranda is employed as his neice's governess, Miranda finally learns to appreciate that God has a definition of beauty all of His own. But will Youngblood, a composer and a lover of beauty, find such a lesson impossible? And will Miranda and Elspeth show him that true beauty comes from a heart yielded to God? The second in the 'Shades of Eternity' series, 'Fields of Gold' takes up where 'Indigo Waters' left off. David Youngblood, wanted for the murders of Armand and Collette de Courcey, is a fugitive. Can he fell the house of the terrible Claude Mirreault in exchange for his life?

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