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Love Finds You in Daisy, Oklahoma

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  • Posted July 5, 2012

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    Sometimes you feel like God is pulling at you, calling you to gr

    Sometimes you feel like God is pulling at you, calling you to greater things than you ever felt possible. Seeing a vase of daisies it seemed like something had been missing from Rena Jewel's life, something more than just the emptiness she felt from the loss of her parents when she was 14. It was more than just her Aunt and Uncle who came immediately and offered her a home filled with love. Despite all her charitable work for the Mission Society, Rena felt God calling her. She knew she found her answer in a letter advertising for help running an orphanage in Daisy, Oklahoma from the local sheriff.

    Could daisies be the sign that confirmed her next path in life? All Rena knew is that she had such a passion and fire for loving children that she immediately sent her reply to Sheriff Gene Wyatt, informing him that she would arrive in October and was looking forward to helping out in any way she could. If only the letter truly explained what awaited her in Daisy, Oklahoma.

    Perhaps Gene should have been a little more truthful when sending his request for help running the orphanage, but when Mrs. Wabash, the former director ran out on him, he didn't have much choice. He would let Ms. Jewel decide for herself whether she would be able to handle running the orphanage for 17 children, most of them boys, if he could only convince her to stay for a day without running away herself.

    I received the novel, Love Finds You in Daisy, Oklahoma by Janice Hanna compliments of Summerside Press for my honest review, and literally finished this one in a half a day because I could not put it down. It was funny, heartwarming, sad and filled with the promise of hope and the never ending power of what love can truly do.

    This reminded me of the old Disney movies, like the Apple Dumpling Gang where you have a band of orphans that are so used to being left they have no choice but to push their boundaries on the town's residents who more than want the orphanage closed. I kinda saw the interactions with the children a bit like the movie Nanny McPhee only based in 1912, in a small western town. The characters are enjoyable and truly believable and Janice Hanna did an exceptional job at giving each of the 17 children beautiful and unique personalities. In the end, I don't think I could have left any of them because they won me over and I fell in love with all of them. I rate this one a perfect 5 out of 5 stars and again have found a forever home for this lovely novel on my permanent book shelf.

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  • Posted August 11, 2013

    A Great Love Story When is the last time you read a book that m

    A Great Love Story

    When is the last time you read a book that made you feel happy? This one truly does it! The characters are well-developed and the writer immediately draws the reader into their lives and into the plot of the story. As a light-hearted Christian romance, this one stands high. When Rena, a not-quite-young lady from Gulfport, Mississippi finds her way to Daisy, Oklahoma, in 1912, she finds her place in God’s will. She has never lived on her own, and she goes there to care for a large group of unruly children who have been orphaned due to a tornado which destroyed their homes. Conflict between them and the people of the town who want the beaten-down, dilapidated orphanage moved from the town creates much conflict. And the Sheriff, a widower, whose two boys are more unruly than any of the orphans, is supposed to be the help for Rena. This is a delightful story in which God’s spiritual principles are presented without overwhelming. This book is one of three which the author has written for the “Love Finds You in” series. I recommend this one to anyone who wants a delightful romance with no blatant sexual activity. I also plan to read the other two novels in this series that this author has written.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2012

    I love this series

    This was another one of my favorites in this series. I highly recommend them if you like Christian Fiction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2012

    Good read

    I enjoy this series...going to different states and different time periods with different authors is fun. I liked that this book had an older heroine.

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