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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Grace Livingston Hill
  • ISBN:
    0842303103
  • ISBN13:
    978-0842303101
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  • Publisher:
    Living Books (May 1, 1995)
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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Print ISBN 978-1-62029-389-8. Just then, Amorelle came hurrying down the stairs and entered the room with a worried look toward the clock.

Print ISBN 978-1-62029-389-8. Her delicate face was a flowerlike replica of her father’s. She had the same mixture of sweetness and strength in her glance and the firm set of her lips.

Grace Livingston Hill was an American writer during the early 20th century who wrote a prodigious amount of Christian-themed works and romances. Her work still remains popular and widely read today. Grace Livingston Hill. and a mysterious stranger walking into her life. But for better or for worse?

Grace Livingston Hill’s most popular book is The Enchanted Barn.

Grace Livingston Hill’s most popular book is The Enchanted Barn. Books by Grace Livingston Hill. Showing 30 distinct works. previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next .

Amorelle unlocked the front door of the manse, threw it open, and the spring sunshine flooded in and fell across the hall floor. It startled her to see that the sun could shine brightly in a world that had become so dark to her. It was almost like a blow, that sunshine going on just as if nothing had happened.

Grace Livingston Hill (April 16, 1865 – February 23, 1947) was an early 20th-century novelist and wrote both under her real name and the pseudonym Marcia Macdonald. She wrote over 100 novels and numerous short stories. Her characters were most often. Her characters were most often young female Christian women or those who become so within the confines of the story. Grace Livingston Hill was born in Wellsville, New York to Marcia Macdonald Livingston and her husband, Presbyterian minister, Rev. Charles Montgomery Livingston.

Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was a Christian writer whose wholesome books, written as contemporary fiction . Family meals, and often their careful preparation, are a familiar part of the Grace Livingston Hill books we love

Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was a Christian writer whose wholesome books, written as contemporary fiction, gives. Family meals, and often their careful preparation, are a familiar part of the Grace Livingston Hill books we love. In this volume of The Grace Livingston Hill Cookbook series, we bring the books to life with vintage recipes that will help you recreate the holiday flavors of yesterday Family meals, and often their careful preparation, are a familiar part of the Grace Livingston Hill books we love. In this volume of The Grace Livingston Hill Cookbook series, we bring the books to life with vintage recipes that will help you recreate the holiday flavors of yesterday.

Bring home a Grace Livingston Hill classic. Amorelle Dean is tired. Sick and tired of the string of well-wishers meddling in her future. Ever since her father died only days before, every woman in town has a piece of advice

Bring home a Grace Livingston Hill classic. Ever since her father died only days before, every woman in town has a piece of advice. On a visit to her uncles, Amorelle finds solace in the company of handsome George Horton, but just as she begins to embrace their whirlwind engagement, she meets another man and knows what true love feels like. Is it too late to alter loves course? Impression.

Grace Livingston Hill created enduring characters who go through every human emotion. They are realistic individuals looking to fit in and find a place of contentment in life. Love meets them in their struggles and faith points them to eternal hope and peace. As the Great Depression looms, meet a family divided by wealth and greed. Will disaster strike just as trust and love are being rebuilt?

Grace Livingston Hill.

Grace Livingston Hill. April: Kerry May: Duskin June: Head of the House July: Ladybird August: A Voice in the Wilderness September: Coming Through the Rye October: Tomorrow About This Time November: Amorelle December: By Way of the Silverthorns. 4 September at 07:14 ·. This month's book is "Coming Through the Rye" and was published in the middle of the Prohibition era. There was room in Miss Lavinia’s kitchen chamber to stow them all away nch, ready for Johnny a. . There was room in Miss Lavinia’s kitchen chamber to stow them all away nch, ready for Johnny any time he should demand a load. Next she went through the little parlor gathering out a few books and papers, a few vases and ornaments that would need to be packed carefully in her bureau drawers.

Amorelle is suddenly alone in the world when a handsome young man makes a proposal she cannot refuse. Grace Livingston Hill is the beloved author of more than 100 books. Read and enjoyed by millions, her wholesome stories contain adventure, romance, and the heartwarming triumphs of people faced with the problems of life and love.

Dynen
This author writes in the time period in which she lived. This book was published in 1934 so you can picture the era. I like to think of the cars and the clothes of the time when I read. Her stories are sweet Christian romances. This one tells the story of a young woman trying to find her way after her last parent dies. She is from a Christian home and goes to live with her unbelieving uncle's family where she is pursued by a handsome young man who doesn't share her faith. There are life lessons in this story.

In reading this story one must remember that it takes place in a different time than today when morals were different than today. It is a simple story with a predictable outcome but sometimes I like to read something like that.
Erienan
I had never read this story from Ms. Hill before, its wonderful and in this story she touches on more than her usual storyline of a woman never being kissed until the man has asked for marriage.

Amorelle's father has passed away and she goes to live with her uncle and his new wife and step-daughter. Life in her new home is difficult and unpleasant, her aunt and cousin expect her to be an unpaid maid and clearly don't want her to spend time with the cousin's friends. Since they are all worldly, Amorelle could care less but one of the men spends time with her and helps her when she is serving the young people and while she appreciates his kindness she's not sure about his attentions. When he forcefully takes her for walks and talks about their future, she begins to think she's is love.

This is the first time I've ever seen the heroine have such a crisis of faith and it was well written and very inspiring, I really enjoyed this story.
BoberMod
Amorelle is the story of a young lady whose father died, she goes to live with family/friends because she must move out of the manse to make room for the new minister. She becomes engaged to the wrong guy, and then she sees her error, and finally meets the right young man - who walks with the LORD so closely. They form a beautiful friendship and eventually romance springs up.
This story is about a pure young Christian woman and how God brings along a pure young Christian man to be her husband, her guide, her protector, her pure lover.
Dishadel
This book will help you ask yourself important, possibly life saving questions regarding marriage and other crucial issues. It is a delightful story, that doesn't weigh you down. It's like taking a little "Mini Vacation" to distract you from daily pressure. The wisdom for the answers we seek is set down in very understandable terms.
I would recommend this to daughters, granddaughters, friends and anyone considering marriage.
Broadcaster
Yes, yes, yes! I grab every Grace Livingston Hill novel that becomes available for Kindle. Clean, sweet, wonderfully relaxing, great bedtime stories to snuggle down and let my Kindle read to me. The heroines are beaufiful and pure, the villains are nasty and get their comeuppance or change for the better. Lovely!
Longitude Temporary
Grace Livingston Hill penned these books nearly a century age. But the stories are classic. What a delight to read her works again, for the eighth or tenth time. I enjoy reading them every time.
Kale
I love all Grace Livingston Hill books.Wish I had the complete set.Clean , adventures, Christian books.
One of my favorite authors. This was a great example of moving forward in our own wisdom and the results of not trusting and waiting on our Heavenly Father for direction.