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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Review for At His Command

Brenda Coulter has given us a wonderful love story of two people who are considered heroes in the eyes of others, but both have doubts about that. Jake Hopkins decides he has an allergy to Maddie Bright because every time he’s around her, he suffers the same symptoms that arise when he eats peanuts. Besides, she’s younger than he is and the sister of a friend for whose death he feels guilty. None of that matters to Maddie as she works to conquer his heart. She’s an army nurse and the darling of Prairie Springs, Texas. He’s an older pilot and won’t allow Maddie to get near enough to shoot down his heart. How these two opposites resolve their differences makes for a delightful read to show that when God is in a plan, man must step back and let Him work. This is a great read.

6 comments:

Rikki Howland said...

Martha,

I had a wonderful time at the conference.

Thank you so much for helping me get signed up at the last minute. It was a pleasure meeting you and everyone. It was all so wonderful, and the speakers were so pleasant to listen to and learn from.

I am already looking forward to the next one. :)

God Bless,
Rikki

Anonymous said...

At His Command looks like the kind of books I really like to read. I am an R.N. and the heroine is an Army Nurse, so it makes for interesting reading for me. Thanks for all your work on the TCWC.

in His Love,
Wanda Shadle

Anonymous said...

Murder On The Old Bunions looks very interesting to me, because I have always been interested in Forensic Medicine. It would be fun to follow the leads and learn the
outcome of the story.

In His Love,
Wanda Shadle

Cathy Messecar said...

Martha, Thanks for these great interviews. I, too, had a great time at the conference.

I have an idea for a next year's faculty. How about Kathy Carlton Willis, she's in Brownsville, and a wonderful publicist...Cathy

ladystorm said...

This book sounds like it will be a good one.

Stormi
ladystorm282001[at]yahoo[dot]com

Cherie J said...

This book sounds wonderful.

cherierj(at)yahoo(dot)com