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    The Refining Work of God's Love

    The Artisan's Wife by Judith Miller is apparently the third and final book in the Refined in Love series but is easily a stand alone read. With themes of family, faith and forgiveness entwined throughout, Miller has given her readers a strong and captivating story about Ainslee and Levi. Ainslee's twin and best friend abandones her to take on a challenge and change her life completely. Can she ever forgive her for leaving her? Levi has a dream and moving to be near his brother may mean the end of that. Will he be able to overcome the obstacles and reach that dream? Miller writes a love story that brings history alive as she writes of the workings of the tile making industry and life in the 1870s America. The Artisan's Wife is another inspiring work from a favorite author.
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    Love and God can change all things.

    Judith Miller does not disappoint. Book was very well written. I didn't care for some of the names. I don't like it when names are hard to pronounce, I renamed 2 of the female characters: Amy & Dora. Christian Historical Fiction. There is a set of female twins who are close that are to move to a far off town to take over a tile works factory that their family has recently purchase. A few days before they day they are to leave, one of the twins takes off, elopes and basically leaves the other sister in the lurch. She didn't want to go run the tile works--she would rather be a school teacher. Their brother & others convince her to take control of the tile works for a period of time-so he can sell it and she agrees to go. She lives in a boardinghouse for ladies, there is a boardinghouse for men right next door, they are both run by the same widowed lady. She begins to learn the tile business, her family emigrated from Ireland, where they had many hardships,but now they are more well off. A young man applies at the tile works one day, she hires him on. He is quite secretive with her, not wanting to tell her all about himself. The young man's brother is in a lunatic asylum there in the town. He quit his previous job in the city to move closer to his beloved brother. They are both very gifted in drawing. The young man has several ideas for new tiles they can make and new glazes that will sell very well. He talks to the boss lady and she agrees that its a great idea. Her brother comes to town to hear about it and to give his okay. There is a new museum being built in another city and the tile works owners are very interested in getting a contract to make the mosaic tiles that the young man has designed-so their tiles will be known all through the entire country. The young man takes art supplies to the asylum and offers art lessons or at least the opportunity draw or paint for several of the men. The lady from the tile shop gets asked to do something similar for the women of the asylum and she decides she wants to make a library. She uses her influence to get books, have shelves made and several of the inmates of the asylum are very happy to help and to be allowed to have a library to use. There are lots of the women who are in the asylum that are there simply because their husbands are tired of them or don't like them any longer. They don't need much of a reason to have a loved one committed. The young man's brother gets better while doing painting and drawing. He shows his brother drawings he's made for the museum. Both brothers start working very hard on new designs that were requested by the owner of the museum. The young lady & young man fall madly in love & get married. The brother from the asylum will always have a place with them. I received this book in exchange for my honest review.

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