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Lover's Knot (Shenandoah Album Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2012

    Raven

    Agh!! Why'd he have to die?

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Aero's Path

    Aero's Path: The Beginning

    Chapter Three-
    My heart drops, but I try to ignore it. Maybe he isn't fighting. Maybe everything will be okay.
    ***
    "It's done! The fight is over!" Announces Horsestar, padding in. The warriors follow. Now, night has fallen. With sleepy cheers, cats disappear into dens to sleep. I pad into the apprentices' den with Thornpaw. I shut my green eyes and fall asleep.
    "Aeropaw," A voice hisses.
    "Huh?" I blink my eyes open.
    My mother wakes my siblings and gestures for us to follow her. We creep through camp and into the woods. After a while, she stops and whips around.
    "Your father's dead." She hisses.

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  • Posted July 20, 2011

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    thrid book wow

    this is the third book and it is a good story of family history. loved it and starting book four in the shenandoan series

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  • Posted June 12, 2011

    Wonder+book%2C+wonderful+series%2C+wonderful+author%21

    This+is+the+second+book+I%27ve+read+by+Emilie+Richards.+I%27m+so+in+love+w%2F+the+Shenandoah+series+that+not+only+am+I+looking+forward+to+the+next+book+I+read%2C+I%27m+hoping+the+author+continues+to+write+more.+I+love+each+of+the+characters+as+well+as+how+she+flips+between+the+past+%26+the+present.+The+author+has+also+managed+to+sprinkle+in+some+history+lessons+which+I+found+so+interesting+that+I+did+some+extra+research+upon.+Emilie+Richards+writting+is+so+well+done+that+it%27s+tough+to+put+her+books+done.+

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2007

    home & heritage

    How awesome was this! I think as a devoted reader we often come upon books that leave us simply sitting in the quiet after the last paragraph. So content and full from the experience that we have to tell ourselves to breath. This was a very personal experience, for the details were so parallel to my heritage and past. I hope every reader out there has this experience at some point along the road. Thank You to Mrs Richards

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    an intriguing deep character study

    In Washington DC the mugger almost killed reporter Kendra Taylor. Physically she has recovered however mentally she suffers from a form of battle fatigue syndrome as she fears every shadow. Needing time to heal from the trauma, she leaves the capital for remote the rustic cabin once occupied by the grandmother of her husband Isaac.------------- Kendra uses her time away also as a chance to determine whether she wants to remain married to Isaac. As she recovers her sense of worth, Kendra begins to restore the cabin and think deeply about her relationship with Isaac whom she knows she still loves at the same time she investigates a lovingly made quilt left to Isaac that though created years ago might provide answers to the confused reporter.-------------------- LOVER¿S KNOT is an intriguing character study that focuses deeply on the aftermath of a traumatic event, but through the star, readers also see the collateral damage to her loved ones. The story line is owned heart and soul by Kendra who has not mentally healed from the mugging, which in turn has her concentrate on her life including her relationship with her beloved spouse. Her investigation and subsequent findings re the quilt enhance a terrific family drama, past and present, filtered through the frightened emotionally scarred heroine.----------------- Harriet Klausner

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