Lessons from the Heart [NOOK Book]

Overview

When ambitious reporter David Carlson was assigned a story on her fledgling literacy center, Erin Kelly was nearly swept off her feet by his keen intelligence and incisive remarks. But the story uncovered agonizing memories Erin thought long buried and feelings she struggled to hide.

Then a deadly shooting placed David's life in danger, and everything changed. While Erin's courage and spirit rocked David's natural cynicism to its core, they each needed to overcome the past if ...

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Lessons from the Heart

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Overview

When ambitious reporter David Carlson was assigned a story on her fledgling literacy center, Erin Kelly was nearly swept off her feet by his keen intelligence and incisive remarks. But the story uncovered agonizing memories Erin thought long buried and feelings she struggled to hide.

Then a deadly shooting placed David's life in danger, and everything changed. While Erin's courage and spirit rocked David's natural cynicism to its core, they each needed to overcome the past if they were to have a future together. Teaching David to open his heart to God's love just might be Erin's most important lesson yet.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459201255
  • Publisher: Steeple Hill Books
  • Publication date: 1/17/2011
  • Series: Love Inspired Series , #340
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 423,192
  • File size: 674 KB

Meet the Author



Dorothy Clark is a creative person. She lives in a home she designed and helped her husband build (she swings a mean hammer!) with the able assistance of their three children. She also designs and helps her husband build furniture, and does remodeling and decorating for family and friends.

When she is not thus engaged, she can be found cheering her grandchildren on at various sports events or band and chorus concerts, or furiously taking notes about possible settings for future novels as she and her husband travel throughout the United States and Canada. Dorothy enjoys hearing from her readers.

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    I enjoyed this story...

    Before I share my thoughts on the story I just have to say this...Sometimes it just kills me when titles and covers are selected for books that don't match the story, and this one is a great example of that scenario. There is nothing in the book about water, yet the picture is of two people touching hands on a dock. Secondly, the title is not that great. I'm sure Dorothy didn't pick it. (If I'm wrong, sorry.) But the title doesn't fit the story, IMHO and it's blah. The story is more interesting than the cover and title let on. That's just my opinion. So, Dorothy wrote a good story with interesting and likable characters, but got stuck with a ho-hum cover and title that sounds like all the others. Sorry if it sounds like I'm on a soap box here. I just hate it when a good story doesn't get what it deserves. This one is about a hot reporter who attracts the babes (albeit the shallow ones), and a sweet Christian girl who had a bad experience, and totally fears being close to men (at first.) BTW, that never was disclosed to the hero in the story, so there was a bit of a loose end there. Anyway, maybe it wasn't all that important. I liked how the hero couldn't live like a heathen anymore after getting to know the heroine. And I loved how his friend said that it was Jesus in the heroine that he was attracted to, but the hero just didn't see it at the time. There was some good spiritual stuff in this story. Sometimes I thought their enthusiasm for each other was over the top, but the message about being equally yolked was good. Overall, I'd say this was an enjoyable and interesting read. I liked the story and the characters and I think others will feel the same way. The author has a knack for creating lovable characters. She's done it again. I hope the next story will be about Alayne, the heroine's sister, because she has me totally intrigued.

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