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eBook Legacy Lane (Harts Crossing, Book 1) ePub

by Robin Lee Hatcher

  • ISBN: 0800718542
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Robin Lee Hatcher
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell; UNABRIDGED VERSION edition (April 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 144
  • ePub book: 1589 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1947 kb
  • Other: lit lrf docx lrf
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 487

Description

With Legacy Lane, Robin Lee Hatcher again proves why her books are so anticipated and appreciated. Warm, witty, sweet, and heart-warming, this first book in the Hart’s Crossing series stokes our fires of anticipation for book number two! - The Road to Romance.

With Legacy Lane, Robin Lee Hatcher again proves why her books are so anticipated and appreciated. With this story of a woman who hits a major speed bump on her fast track to success, Robin brings us a tender story about real flesh and blood people, small-town neighbors with big hearts, and a mother’s love. Lorena Mccourtney, author of Whirlpool, Riptide, and Undertow. Robin Lee Hatcher has a way of telling a story that makes you feel the characters are your own family.

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You can read book Home to Hart's Crossing by Robin Lee Hatcher in our library for absolutely free. StoneHouse Ink 2010 StoneHouse Ink Nampa, ID 83686 ww. Any similarity to a real person, living or dead is coincidental and not intended by the author. Home to Heart’s Crossing: a novel/ by Robin Lee Hatcher.

Robin is the author of over 80 novels & novellas. I'd love to have you join me there. I'm busy finishing revisions on my next book, so I don't anticipate posting much until that is done. However, I think it's time to get the group off the ground.

Robin Lee Hatcher - the complete book list. Welcome to Hart's Crossing the small town with a big heart. When barely out of college, Jed Henning made his fortune as a video game designer, but success hasn’t brought him contentment Cross My Heart. In the charming town of Hart's Crossing, neighbors still care about neighbors, and visitors are offered a respite from fast-paced living as they observe the antics of its lovable residents

Angie Hunter left Hart’s Crossing for college and never looked back. And a young couple struggles to find their own American dream in this wonderful collection of four novellas from bestselling author Robin Lee Hatcher.

Angie Hunter left Hart’s Crossing for college and never looked back. So when her widowed mother needs care following surgery, Angie is more than ready to hire a nurse rather than return to her antiquated hometown. But when she is passed over for a promotion at work, an angry Angie quits and heads home anyway. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Angie Hunter left Hart's Crossing for college and never looked back

Upon browsing through the library, looking for something new with "substance," the beauty of the cover on Legacy Lane caught my eye. Glancing through it, I thought it might be a little too bland. It turned out, however, to be a book that I've since recommended to many friends. Yes, it was predictable - but isn't that refreshing in today's world? There's no complex sub-plot, no violence, no intrigue. just a plain, uncomplicated

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If you did not find the book or it was closed, try to find it on the site: GO. Exact matches. A Carol for Christmas (The Burke Family Series Robin Lee Hatcher. Hatcher Robin Lee. Download (RAR). Download (MOBI).

Home to Hart's Crossing. by. Hatcher, Robin Lee. Publication date. Legacy Lane - Veterans Way - Diamond Place - Sweet Dreams Drive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Part of the book is in ten-year-old Lyssa's point of view, and Hatcher finesses you right inside that kid's head, not to mention her heart.

Ships from and sold by Faith Bookstore. Part of the book is in ten-year-old Lyssa's point of view, and Hatcher finesses you right inside that kid's head, not to mention her heart. Her skill at transitioning from child to adult is smooth and totally believable.

When big city reporter Angie Hunter is passed over for a promotion, she returns home to Hart's Crossing to take care of her widowed mother, never anticipating that the struggle for reconciliation would lead to life-changing events.

Comments

Froststalker Froststalker
A story about Angie, on a dreaded trip home to a small town in Idaho. The only reason she'd step foot in Hart's Crossing where she grew up is to help her mother after knee surgery. Angie re-discovers her relationship with her mother and the town and realizes it's all not as bad as she remembers. Add old friends and a romantic interest and things get even better. Angie has had a closed mind to religion for many years. She finds being home and among many that believe is making her think again about why she closed herself off from faith. This is NOT a sermonizing story, but the story of a young woman who finds that you can go home again. Good read, I really enjoyed taking the journey with Angie. I'm looking forward to reading more stories about Hart's Crossing.
Adrietius Adrietius
It was wonderful; but my one complaint was that it was too short. Overall it was a sweet story about a young lady who did go home again. Although reluctant to even go help her Mother through a recovery period after knee replacement; the heroine of the story gives in and goes home to help her Mom. But somehow the longer she is home the more she learns she enjoys being there. Things have changed for the better in her home town. Not only that; but there is this very attractive dentist who really wants her to stick around, too. A delightful book; a sweet read.
elektron elektron
God does work in mysterious ways! He can change people's heart in very unusual ways, just as he did in Angie's. This book was an easy read, but makes you think about how you are dealing with the thinks of daily life. I look forward to reading more of Ms Hatcher's books.
riki riki
I've read a number of Hatcher's books from my own church library as well as Kindle books. She is highly rated for a Christian author. Her books are very Christian. There's just not really any meat to her stories. You know the ending by the time you've finished half the first chapter...if not before. Most of the "Christian" scenes...i.e. dialogue, conversations, etc. are just not realistic. I've been a born-again believer for 60 years and I've never met anyone who actually lives, acts and talks this way in their every day life. BUT, it you want a nice clean Christian fiction book, she's the gal for you.
Trash Trash
I come from a family of faith. I have been a believer for many years but lately have been struggling to develop a deeper, more personal faith. Franchise's reply to Angie's sincere question about what changed with her faith resonated with me. Though I believe, I've found it hard to find that personal connection with the Lord. Angie's willingness to search out the answers has encouraged me to seek out the answers, too. This was a good read without being preachy.
PC-rider PC-rider
There are no twists or turns or surprises, it is exactly what you expect and unfolds exactly as you would expect. I would read more in this series or other series by this author, but it is what it is, a trip down a familiar road is not necessarily an unpleasant experience. It is very Christian in nature. If you don't want that, don't read this.
Bine Bine
I really love these characters and Mrs. Hatcher left me wanting more!! This is just book one and I downloaded the whole Hart's Crossing series (I paid for it) after I read this first one.
too short by the time you get into it its over