Mildred Colvin
Deborah's Secret
September 19, 2018 Comments.. 301
Deborah s Secret Twice forced to marry a stranger Deborah Asberry s father picked her first husband Now she s widowed and her father is forcing her to marry again this time to a widower with two small children who li

  • Title: Deborah's Secret
  • Author: Mildred Colvin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Twice forced to marry a stranger.Deborah Asberry s father picked her first husband Now she s widowed, and her father is forcing her to marry again this time to a widower with two small children who lives in southwest Missouri far from her St Louis home If only she could love and know the love of a gentle man, but she s never disobeyed her father.Dane Stark s wife died iTwice forced to marry a stranger.Deborah Asberry s father picked her first husband Now she s widowed, and her father is forcing her to marry again this time to a widower with two small children who lives in southwest Missouri far from her St Louis home If only she could love and know the love of a gentle man, but she s never disobeyed her father.Dane Stark s wife died in childbirth two months before He needs help with his children, but he will never place another woman in that same danger By marrying a stranger, he believes he can keep his distance Then he meets Deborah, and he soon longs for a normal marriage with her.But Deborah harbors a secret that could tear apart the fragile thread that holds Dane s heart to hers When another woman interferes, Deborah doesn t know what to believe.Only true love can overcome the odds Dane and Deborah face.Brides of Cedar Creek Book 4Christian historical romanceNote Deborah s Secret is rewritten from Deborah, formerly published by Barbour books Now 53,900 words

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    1. Cindy Winder delong says:

      I can't say why I enjoyed this so much; I guess because the main characters were so sweet. No matter what happened, they never took it out on the people around them; they continued to be kind. I sat down and read this in one sitting; it was such an easy enjoyable read.

    2. Frannie says:

      Historical fiction, Christian romance. Very nice book! YAY! No sex. Sweet story. Appropriate for teenage girls as well.

    3. Megan says:

      Not quite sure how I feel about this book. The story was touching, but SO predictablewhich made it kind of boring.At first I very much disliked Deborah's father. How could a parent force their daughter into marriage without asking if she was agreeable to it not once but twice?!? After I learned horrible her first husband was my dislike of her father increased. However, when I read that he was doing what he truly thought was best for her, and that was why he arranged these marriages not any other [...]

    4. Micaela says:

      I loved this book!!!! It is wonderful to read it, as it is book three in a favorite series of mine. I have enjoyed Cora and Eliza for years now, so it was nice to read the conclusion of the series. It was strange, however, to read about a place that I 'once knew'; this book takes place about thirty years after the others. Several characters now have gray hair and laugh-lines, and they're grandparents! All in all, it was a good book, which I recommend. However, a word of warning: this book is abo [...]

    5. Dorcas says:

      I thought this was a well written, heartfelt book. The characters felt like real people with flaws and fears; the emotion was real, in fact I teared up in a few places~ always a plus. I do like a gutsy story. :)There is no sex or cussing and only minimal violence (bad guys do get knocked out and tied up) and although the characters are portrayed as religious I didn't feel that the book was in any way preachy. It was just part of the characters themselves. (However,If you don't like your characte [...]

    6. Dianne Sidebottom says:

      gentle read after other books.Deborah was frustrated by being a commodity her father can place into other men's hands. arranging marriages with men. Her first husband had only been her husband 4 weeks n killed in the war. Second one was a childhood friend of her father's who had seven sons but the older son just lost his wife in childbirth n needed a other to his young children. that marriage was to be in name only as Dane couldn't go through another woman death through childbearing. A spoke in [...]

    7. Anita says:

      a sweet story. This story does not need to be read in sequence.

    8. Terri says:

      Good story

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