Jewels for the Kingdom [NOOK Book]

Overview

Pia Peretti’s past could destroy her future. Thanks to her pre-Christian lifestyle, she can’t marry a believer, and she won’t marry a non-believer. Minister David Myers wants to help Pia release her guilt and trust that God has forgiven her...but the young minister is working through his own trial of faith.

After a failed counseling session with a wounded soul, David's ...
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Overview

Pia Peretti’s past could destroy her future. Thanks to her pre-Christian lifestyle, she can’t marry a believer, and she won’t marry a non-believer. Minister David Myers wants to help Pia release her guilt and trust that God has forgiven her...but the young minister is working through his own trial of faith.

After a failed counseling session with a wounded soul, David's confidence is shaken. He accepts a new pastorate, and moves to Angel Falls to find a haven for his wounded heart.

Is it possible these two hurting hearts are meant to mend each other’s brokenness with some divine intervention?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015598285
  • Publisher: Pelican Ventures Book Group-White Rose Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/12/2012
  • Series: Heart's Haven , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 464,194
  • File size: 159 KB

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  • Posted November 25, 2012

    This is the first in a series about a very unusual place, Heart¿

    This is the first in a series about a very unusual place, Heart’s Haven, where angels manifest themselves in unusual ways, and people fall in love. David, a minister who thinks he failed in his duties, moves to the neighborhood to recover from emotional pain. A beautiful jewelry designer, Pia, has an immoral past. Can these two welcome their love for each other? With God, all things are possible, and I rooted for these two to learn of God’s great love and forgiveness. This is an inspirational read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 18, 2014

    I enjoyed this quick read. Jewels for the Kingdom is an upliftin

    I enjoyed this quick read. Jewels for the Kingdom is an uplifting romance built around the themes of forgiveness and following God daily. Pia is a precious heroine with a wonderful, artistic talent and a caring heart. David is a heart-stopping hero with a secret buried deep within. Will the legend of Heart’s Haven bring them together?

    This satisfying book will appeal to those who are striving daily to live the life that God has laid out for them. It’s a fun read, but also one that will challenge readers to be the best that they can be—with God’s help.

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  • Posted August 9, 2013

    This book was a very warm story that I loved reading. It showed

    This book was a very warm story that I loved reading. It showed how one woman could spread the love of God through simple acts and in the process find her own strength and heart.
    Delia used her characters in a way that not only gave them life but also made them as real as our own next door neighbors. What a wonderful story!
    I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to read stories about joys, sorrows, tragic situations and triumphs over it all!
    Well done Delia Latham!
    I was able to read this book I won through Book Fun and a book party on Facebook given by Delia Latham.

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  • Posted January 22, 2013

    Enchanting! Pia Peretti meets David Myers quite by accident.....

    Enchanting!
    Pia Peretti meets David Myers quite by accident..... his, when his sports car skids off the road and down an embankment. As rain pours down Pia carefully pulls her car to the side of the road and calls 9-1-1 for assistance. She leaves her car to check on the occupants of the overturned car, and as she observes the wheels of the car still spinning, the driver's side window bursts open. Pia watches as David slowly exits the car through the window, and pulls himself to a shaky standing position as blood gushes from a head wound. David refuses medical treatment and asks Pia for a ride to his uncle's house, only a short distance away. David points the way to Heart's Haven, a community of cottages his uncle owns and rents out. Pia explains that David's uncle is her landlord, and after dropping David in front of his uncle's mansion and resuming the short drive to her cottage, Pia can't stop thinking about the intriging, handsome young man. 




    A visit to Heart's Haven is a must! Jewels of the Kingdom is an enchanting short story about a community where angels dwell and love blooms. Delia Latham has a gift for creating engaging, magnetic characters and a charming setting where heavenly encounters unfold. Endearing relationships and a journey to forgiveness are strong elements in this God-inspired short story written with refreshing creativity.

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