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eBook Waiting Out the Storm (Love Inspired Large Print) ePub

by Ruth Logan Herne

  • ISBN: 0373814895
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Ruth Logan Herne
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Love Inspired Large Print; Original edition (June 29, 2010)
  • ePub book: 1741 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1505 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 145

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Waiting Out the Storm (Love Inspired Large Print). It is amazing how Ruth Logan Herne can get inside of the head and heart of her characters and convey it all on print so that we the reader feel the same.

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Waiting Out the Storm book. When I'm looking for a quick read I pick up a Love Inspired book. This book, the second by author Ruth Logan Herne is one of the best I've read in a while. Admittedly I usually only read from the LI historical line but this interested me and I just happened to win a copy from Seekerville. I really enjoyed the characters especially "plain Jane" Sarah Slocum and hunky veterinarian, Craig Macklin and even the four-legged critters too.

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Books by Ruth Logan Herne. Winter’s End. Waiting Out the Storm. Being ashamed of it is. With God-given appreciation for the amazing opportunities abounding in our land, Ruth finds simple gifts in the everyday blessings of smudge-faced small children, bright flowers, freshly baked goods, good friends, family, puppies and higher education.

Waiting out the storm. by. Herne, Ruth Logan. Larger print"-Cover Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. When family tragedy strikes, Sarah Slocum steps in as guardian to her two nieces and nephew. But raising children isn't like raising sheep, and the beautiful shepherd soon finds herself in over her head. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

I loved "Waiting out the Storm". The hero with the soft heart and the thick head. Well, Ruth Logan Herne has done it again. Written a beautiful story of hope and healing with just enough grit and humor, (plus great animals) to keep the reader from getting anything else done in her house. The courageous, prickly heroine who's been hurt so often she's afraid to risk her heart. Absolutely perfectly done. I cared so much about these two. I can't wait for the next book from Herne. It's a good thing I did some house-cleaning BEFORE I started reading. Waiting Out the Storm is a novel of second chances and redefining expectations.

Waiting for the Worms - Chanson par Pink Floyd extrait de l’album The . It was subject to sudden storms.

It was subject to sudden storms. Many ships were lost while waiting for the tide. Little was done until this disaster.

When family tragedy strikes, Sarah Slocum steps in as guardian to her two nieces and nephew. But raising children isn't like raising sheep, and the beautiful shepherd soon finds herself in over her head. Who'd have guessed that new neighbor Craig Macklin would jump in to lend a hand? Craig's always held a grudge against Slocums—Sarah included. Now the handsome local vet is helping with her livestock, giving her young nephew a job and smiling at her every chance he gets. Sarah must decide whether she can trust Craig—and God's plan—and allow him into her family.

Comments

Very Old Chap Very Old Chap
Love the way Ruth Logan Herne describes her characters. You feel like you know them. Love the way she weaves faith and Gods forgiveness into the story. Her stories are so intriguing that you don't want to stop reading.
Kazracage Kazracage
This book was a very good read and had you thinking about how easy it is to judge people. I like this author because she writes a good solid story and a romance that develops nicely. She doesn't rush her endings, yet she keeps the pages turning. I've read this series out of order, so I knew part of what was going to happen, but that's okay. The guy was cocky which I found amusing because it wasn't overly done.
Dilmal Dilmal
The characters are so real in this book, and being an animal lover made this a real gem for me. The way Sarah stepped up for her nieces and nephew is something that our family has done in the past. So all on all it's safe to say I will be reading the next book in this series !
Marilbine Marilbine
North Country
Book 2

This book should have actually been the first in the series. In the first book, the couple are already married with children and some other evens have happened. This book and the next book (which I suspect should have been second) were published later...

In this book, we "meet" Sara Slocum. She comes from a very bad family. Her father doesn't care about her, and the one remaining half-brother hates her and makes fun of her. Her other half-brother is now dead after shaming the family name by taking money and squandering it. Then he hung himself. Sara's widow is in a deep depression and on the verge of loosing her three children who have a lot of bitterness for the state they are now facing.

Craig, the hero in this story, is the town vet and cannot stand Sara for what her family did to his grandparents. But then he unknowingly buys land across from her and begins spending more and more time with her and her nieces/nephew. He realizes his judgment of her was harsh and unfair, and he begins to fall for the pretty shepherdess. .

The book held a lot of action between the sister-in-law, the kids, Craig, and a storm that comes up...oh, and Sarah's family...The author kept me interested from the first page to the last. So many characters with a strong personality. It doesn't matter what the scene was, you could see the characters jumping off the pages. You can picture their expressions and practically hear their words! No surprise, the ending is great, but the subtle romance throughout and the tension throughout was just great!
Foiuost Foiuost
Well, Ruth Logan Herne has done it again. Written a beautiful story of hope and healing with just enough grit and humor, (plus great animals) to keep the reader from getting anything else done in her house.

Gee, thanks Ruthy. It's a good thing I did some house-cleaning BEFORE I started reading.

Waiting Out the Storm is a novel of second chances and redefining expectations. Craig Macklin tends a grudge with as much expertise and he tends the animals in his clinic. For years, he's barely tolerated the Sloccums for a crime one of them committed against his family. When the youngest Sloccum, Sarah, brings in her dog for Craig's help, he responds as a professional, but inside he's seething. The fact she was a Sloccum and a shepherd put her on the lowest rung of likeable people, even if her dove eyes snagged his attention against his will. He wanted nothing to do with her or her sheep.

Until his life and Sarah's begin to intertwine.

When Sarah unexpectedly becomes the guardian for her nieces and nephew, and the truth of the past surfaces, Craig begins to realize his mom is right about those nasty assumptions.

But can Sarah's heart open up to a man with a past like his? Can she forgive him for his longstanding resentment toward her for a crime her half-brother committed? And when a storm sweeps through Sarah's farm and leaves her wounded, will the scars from her past heal as beautifully as the ones on her face?

Waiting Out the Storm is a fantastic second book for Ruth Logan Herne. Following her debut novel with Steeple Hill, Winter's End, Ruthy has a consistent flow of books in stores this year. The third book in this series, Made to Order Family comes out in September.

Sarah and Craig's story is a good testament to false assumptions and the blindness that unforgiveness causes. Both characters in this story are dealing with matters of unforgiveness. And just so you know - Ruthy writes great heroes. Love Craig. And for that reason, I've wanted to slap both of her heroines in the next-to-last chapter of both books :-) Sorry, Ruthy - but it's true. Go grab that man!!! He's a keeper! You should hear me. I actually talked to Sarah.

You'll have to read the book to see if Sarah listened to me. And visit Ruthy's website and brand new blog. [...]
Faell Faell
When I'm looking for a quick read I pick up a Love Inspired book. This book, the second by author Ruth Logan Herne is one of the best I've read in a while. Admittedly I usually only read from the LI historical line but this interested me and I just happened to win a copy from Seekerville blog. I really enjoyed the characters especially "plain Jane" Sarah Slocum and hunky veterinarian, Craig Macklin and even the four-legged critters too. The author's sense of humor shines through in this book even though it's quite serious at times there's a laugh or to thrown in the mix. I really enjoyed this story and I'm glad that I have a copy of Rita's story, Made to Order Family so I can get started right away and see what happens next up in the North Country.

*I received my copy from the author through a giveaway but was not obligated to provide a review.*
Iriar Iriar
If you're looking for a quick, yet solid read with sweet romance and dash of humor, I HIGHLY recommend "Waiting Out the Storm" by one of my new favorite authors, Ruth Logan Herne! Light yet meaningful, you're sure to enjoy these lovable characters and be eager to join them as they weather the storms of life and love, while trusting in their only Shelter from them. I admired their faith and their strength and was once again pleasantly surprised by the layers and heart Ruth can fit into such a short amount of pages! Simply put, I was blessed :)