The Victory Club

The Victory Club

by Robin Lee Hatcher
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The Victory Club by Robin Lee Hatcher

In times of war, sometimes victory seems like an impossible dream. In 1943, the women of America banded together to make a life for themselves while their husbands and sons fought overseas. Even as the men engaged in war, these women faced battles of their own on the homefront. Margo, Dottie, Lucy, and Penny never expected to face the hardships they must now find a way to conquer. But through the power of Christ and the power of friendship, perhaps this Victory Club will achieve more than any of them could have ever imagined.

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ISBN-13: 9780842376662
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Publication date: 05/28/2005
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 5.48(w) x 8.26(h) x 0.96(d)

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The Victory Club 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
MichelleSutton More than 1 year ago
The Victory Club is a book that's hard to put down. As the story progresses, the reader is sucked into the heartache of each woman's life. Temptation becomes too great for Penny to resist. I found the grief her husband Stuart went through realistic and heart-breaking. Unfortunately, crises do not always turn people toward the Lord, and not everyone gets saved. How realistic. Margo learns how to deal with bitterness and accept God's grace. I loved how the author tied that together with her daughter Dottie's pregnancy. In the end, Margo becomes a woman at peace with her past and true love finds her. Excellent plotting and character arc there. Lucy fights her own emotions as she battles with loneliness and the enemy who wants to destroy her faith. I found it so realistic that the timing of her temptation was strongest when she was really trying to serve the Lord. Isn't that just how Satan works? Dottie longs for her mother's acceptance and forgivenss for her lapse in self-control and desires for the father of her unborn child to return so they can be a family. Her boyfriend comes back less than perfect, but that's what happens in wartime, so I found it very romantic that they continued to love each other and got married despite their mistake and his injuries. Overall, the author did an excellent job showing each character's issues and how their pain affected them emotionally. Those who knew God had a distinct advantage over those who were truly lost. Isn't that just how the real world is? I could sense the author's passion for the unsaved and love for the Lord in this story. She also did a wonderful job dealing with spiritual issues and without sounding preachy to me. I loved this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book was a pleasant read. The only negative was some of the characters were too good to be believed. Liked the World War II letters. The novel included 4 women - with loved ones who were over seas. One a mother, one unmarried and pregnant, one a sister, one a new bride. Enjoyed. Definitely deserves a B++++
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book was a pleasant read. The only negative was some of the characters were too good to be believed. Liked the World War II letters. The novel included 4 women - with loved ones who were over seas. One a mother, one unmarried and pregnant, one a sister, one a new bride. Enjoyed. Definitely deserves a B++++
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
well written no surprises touching life changing
Guest More than 1 year ago
I too found it hard to put down this book. The characters came to life and I couldn't wait to see how the story played out.