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Endless Chain
Endless Chain
Author: Emilie Richards
It's not easy to hope for the future when you're still running from the past. Sam Kinkade is finally feeling at home as a minister in rural Toms Brook, Virginia, reasonably content with his life and Shenandoah Valley congregation. But his plans to welcome the area's growing Hispanic community to the church are suddenly met with resistanc...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780778321989
ISBN-10: 0778321983
Publication Date: 7/1/2005
Pages: 464
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4.2 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Second book in the Shenandoah series. This one is about a woman on the run who falls for the minister of the local church. She lives with Helen from the first book in the series. Good read!
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Wonderful up to date book dealing with modern problems. You will fall in love with the characters.
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Helpful Score: 2
Interesting love story. Definitely kept my interest the whole time. I really enjoyed the latin, quilting, and Virginia components. A little predictable, but a good read.
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A story of a pastor who welcomes the Hispanic community and meets a woman from what appears to be Mexico, their growing friendship from which develops love, and the mystery behind her. It is a good read.
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Wonderful book - the best I've read all year.
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I loved this book. The story moves kindof slowly in the beginning but the last half of the book flies by. Great book!
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I have thoroughly enjoyed this series! Wedding Ring (1st in series) and Endless Chain (2nd in series) both refer to a quilting pattern. However, quilting is an underlying theme. Richards reveals her characters' many layers - you genuinely care about them. Very good read! Looking forward to the next one.


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