Book Reviews of The Barefoot Believers (Life, Faith & Getting It Right, No 24)

The Barefoot Believers (Life, Faith & Getting It Right, No 24)
The Barefoot Believers - Life, Faith & Getting It Right, No 24
Author: Annie Jones
ISBN-13: 9780373786039
ISBN-10: 0373786034
Publication Date: 3/1/2008
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed The Barefoot Believers (Life, Faith & Getting It Right, No 24) on + 146 more book reviews
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From back cover:

Three sisters. One secret.

Once there were three Cromwell girls. But their father abducted the babyâ¦and neither was seen again. The loss has haunted sisters Kate and Jo ever since, though they can't bear to talk about it.

And then life's ups and downs send the Cromwell women back to tiny Santa Sofia, Florida. To the cottage containing their worstâ"and bestâ"memories. Where Kate will reconnect with the magnetic single father she'd run from years ago. Where Jo will fall for the handsome minister of the Traveler's Wayside Chapel. And where the cottage caretaker, a familiar young woman named Moxie Weatherby, will get the surprise of her life.
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Helpful Score: 1
This book was okay, a very easy read. The story was a little hokey for me, but not too bad.
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Three Sisters - One Secret. Once there were three Cromwell girls. But their father abuducted the baby... and neither was seen again. The loss has haunted Kate and Jo ever since. And then life's ups and downs send them back to tiny Santa Sofia, Florida. To the cottage containing their worst and best memories. Will Kate connect with the magnetic single father she'd run from years ago. Will Jo fall for the hansome minister of the Traveler's Wayside Chapel. And will the cottage caretaker, a familiar young woman named Moxie Weatherby, get the surprise of her life.

This was a very good read. I didn't want to put it down!