Book Reviews of Finding Hope (Love Inspired, No 216)

Finding Hope (Love Inspired, No 216)
Finding Hope - Love Inspired, No 216
Author: Brenda Coulter
ISBN-13: 9780373872237
ISBN-10: 0373872232
Publication Date: 7/1/2003
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Great story! Very unique! The man without a heart and the girl who is all heart. Do opposites attract? Evidently.
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Helpful Score: 2
My favorite inspirational romance. The characters are so real. I think Brenda Coulter was inspired to write this. It is a blessing and a good read.
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Helpful Score: 1
A lovely tale of friendship becoming more.
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Helpful Score: 1
I loved this first book by Brenda Coulter and am eagerly awaiting more from her. Such an inspirational romantic story!! Well-written, funny at times, and with great heart. Loved it!
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About a doctor who was bitter about women wanting a doctor husband and money. A woman takes him on as a project to bring out the good in him and to help him find faith.
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This is a beautiful, romantic story. Where adults and love are concerned, there is no age gap. Hope is an inspiring character to everyone she meets--especially Charles who is much older. She definitely brings the sizzle and the sunshine into his life. You will enjoy this one!
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Dr. Charles Hartman didn't need anyone-being a doctor took up most of his time. Besides, he'd learned what all women were after: a doctor husband and his family's money.
But after crashing into his life-and his car-in the hospital parking lot, college student Hope Evans had taken on an unlikely mission: to bring out the "nice guy" in Charles. He'd simply helped her out a bit that day, and suddenly this bright, energetic woman twelve years his junior had befriended him, and wanted to put him on the road to faith. and usually strong willed Charles was having the hardest time saying no
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This is my most favorite of all the Love Inspired books I have read. And anyone who knows me knows that I have read hundreds of them.
The heroine is a quirky translator who literally runs into a embittered and highly skilled Doctor. The repartee between the heroine and doctor and the development of the relationship drew me in until I felt I knew these people. Crisis comes and challenges are made and you are pulled in to the story. This book actually had me tearing up at several points. I don't know if you will be as touched by this book as I was....but I have a copy on my shelf that will never be posted!!!
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After Hope Evans crashed into the life of Dr. Charles Hartman, and his car, she took on an unlikely mission to bring out the "nice guy" in charles. And usually strong-willed Charles was having the hardest time saying no.....(back cover)
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Dr. Charled Hartman didn't need anyone - being a doctor took up most of his time. Besides, he'd learned what all women were after: a doctor husband and his family's money.

But after crashing into his life - and his car - int the hospital parking lot, college student Hope Evans had taken on an unlikely mission: to bring out the "nice guy" in Charles. He'd simply helped her out a bit that day, and suddenly this bright, energetic woman twelve years his junior had befriended him, and wanted to put him on the road to faith.

And usually strong-willed Charles was having the hardest time saying no....