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Spring Creek Bride (Love Inspired Historical Series)

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  • Posted May 11, 2009

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    Maybe Texas isn't all Dallas...

    I've never been to Texas. My only knowledge of it is half-seen TV shows back in England, with rich oil tycoons and houses that would hold a fair-sized village. Okay, I know the TV shows weren't real, and I didn't really watch them. But Texas?

    Janice Thompson's Spring Creek Bride shows me a very different historical place, and I loved it. The small town of Spring Creek is changing and growing. The newcomers aren't necessarily welcome. The countryside is losing out to the mighty train. And Ida Mueller's not happy, especially not when she learns that the town's most handsome newcomer wants to open a gambling hall.

    But Ms. Thompson's story is no simple tale of "sweet girl converts evil stranger by prayer and faith." In fact, the sweet girl's prayers are all too often "Please God do things my way," and the story weaves beautiful lessons in accepting change, being kind to strangers, avoiding judgment, trusting God, and enjoying the world He's given us.

    As Mick's footwear changes from smart shoes to Texas boots, so Ida's attitudes transform to something more comfortable, and comforting. And the small Texas town changes to a larger place, but one that I suspect must still be very pleasant to visit.

    I've never been to Texas, but I'll view it with less suspicion after reading this novel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2012

    Wow

    This is great clean christian romance. I loved it!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2014

    Realistic encouraging hope filled story!!! A must read!!!

    Just when I think I have read the most amazing story by Janice Thompson, she presents another one that knocks its socks off. All of Janice's stories grab you and draw you in. You become apart of all the wonderful families involved. I feel fulfilled at the end, but always sad to finish the last sentence. I hope you read this and enjoy it as much as I did!!!

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