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Posted July 17, 2014
Another great novel in the Lewis Legacy Series! Twin Hearts is filled with repentance, forgiveness, acceptance, second chances, love, and romance. JoAnn Durgin delicately deals with some tough issues like premarital sex, dating more than one man at a time, and having a child out of wedlock. The author stresses redemption as the solution when a poor choice has been made.
I was very touched by the way some of these issues were worked out. A repentant heart, striving to amend the wrongs they had committed, brought this reader to tears more than once. To read a fiction story that so closely portrays what God’s Word says, is a true blessing. Reading this story will remind you in a strong but subtle way just how much God loves you and just how much He wants His abundant blessing to be yours.
This is the third book in the Lewis Legacy Series. It can be read as a stand-alone novel, but the background of the two previous books ( Awakening and Second Time Around) enhances the story tremendously.
Posted December 7, 2013
Love this series. I love reading about such good friends and how they interact with each other. Joann's characters are people that I feel are my friends as well. Cant wait for rest of series. Hope she never stops writing this series. Would love to give more stars!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 30, 2012
This is the third book in Joann Durgin's Lewis Legacy series, and so far my favorite! The first two were wonderful, and now the characters, as well as the TeamWork group as a whole have found a permanent place in my heart. They are passionate, and their personalities, flaws and trials have made them so real, I'm now emailing the author about upcoming works, excited about the next new story coming my way. I would highly recommend this book, but fair warning -once you start, you'll not want to put it down, so be prepared to lose some sleep!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 22, 2012
This is book three of the Lewis Legacy Series, and while it can be read as a stand alone book, I highly recommend that you read all three. JoAnn Durgin has a unique ability to bring fullness to her characters with witty repartee and make you feel like they are your true life friends.
This story focuses on twins - a brother and sister - who face real life problems, make mistakes, as any one of us can and will do, struggle in making decisions and learn the importance of seeking forgiveness and putting faith in God to guide important life decisions.
JoAnn Durgin's books are more in tune with real life in our present day world. If you're tired of reading Christian romances that seem to be cut out of the same mold, I highly recommend giving JoAnn Durgin's books a try.
Posted July 16, 2012
Another Great in the Lewis Legacy Series
In book three, Twin Hearts, once again we’re treated to a great story in the Lewis Legacy Series. Josh and Rebekah Grant, twins, find themselves at crossroads in their spiritual and romantic lives. Josh journeys an arduous route from being banished from the Team Works Ministry to finding redemption, love and the surprise of his life when reunited with one memorable Team member, Winnie. Rebekah is conflicted between two men. One British aristocrat and one man full of integrity and God’s servant hood. Will her wait be too late to choose the right one?
Ms. Durbin delights her readers again with a story of amazing love and how God allows us to find the sweetest desires of the heart.
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Posted June 18, 2012
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JoAnn Durgin and God were in constant consultation while this book was being written. Twin Hearts is JoAnn's finest and most tender story, in my estimation. The characters come alive off the page, she develops them so vivedly. She writes the details so clearly I felt myself wanting to enter into verbal conversation with the characters. JoAnn wrote in perfectly ethical situations and outcomes. I love the people and characters in this series of books. I can't wait for her next work. I know it will be a clear collaboration with our abba father. With that kind of guidance....JoAnn can't go wrong!