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    takes your breath away...must read series!

    Love's Eternal Breath, written by Naomi Rawlings, is the fourth book in the Eagle Harbor Series. What a wonderful addition to the Eagle Harbor series! I just loved it...Rawlings brought us the story of Lindy. We start the story out in 1883 with Lindy having been diagnosed with a disease that would ultimately cause her death sooner than later. I just loved that she had a "One Day" list where she had some wonderful things on it...much like a bucket list of today. Unfortunately, she decided to give up on that list and because of her diagnosis. This lovely story takes us through her life as she knew it, struggling for every breath when in comes Dr. Seth Harrington who takes her breath away! Lindy has so many struggles and seems to focus on why why why she has to struggle with so many difficult things in life. I loved the way that Love's Eternal Breath brought into focus how much the struggles of our lives are not so much about us but bringing glory to God. A wonderful love story of what Christ means to us through the examples of the lives of the characters of Seth and Lindy in this book. If you love historical Christian romances, you'll love this book. I was given this book by the author. all thoughts and comments are my own.
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    A wonderful marriage of convenience story!

    Love's Eternal Breath is a wonderful marriage of convenience story full of heart and themes of compassion, mortality, and faith. Lindy had been a minor character in the previous books, so I loved learning her full story, even though it's heartbreaking. She seems to have lost all hope in her dreams, yet is using whatever energy she has to earn money to help feed an impoverished family hiding deep in the woods. Seth shares her characteristic of being selfless in the service of others with his passion for doctoring. I loved his earnestness even though he has had some experiences in his past that jaded him. When the reasons for Lindy's phobia of doctors comes to light, Seth does all in his power to earn her trust and eventually her love. There are some difficult obstacles, including internal ones, but the strength of Lindy and Seth shines as they turn to God and each other for support. I loved the setting and could really get a feeling for the era and the harsh conditions, as well as the beauty of the wilderness. Highly recommend this book and the entire Eagle Harbor series! (I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own)
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    Touching story of family, friendship and faith!

    What happens when you have an overwhelming fear of Doctors? Lindy has been ill for 5 years and this story is a touching story of her helping others and a healing that happens when you open your heart and mind to true friends around you. Eagle Harbor is a place of family, friendship, faith and I can't hardly wait to see how the next couple will overcome!
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    Love Casts Out Fear

    Lindy Marsden is convinced her days are numbered. She has the same breathing ailment that killed her mother so making plans for any kind of future is not something she will even consider. Her fear of doctors is almost legendary. Even the thought of being in the same room with a doctor is enough to send her into a panic attack. She figures if she’s going to die anyway, why does she need a doctor to experiment on her causing even more pain than she’s already enduring? The handwork she does for the local seamstress pays the few bills she has with just enough left over to help the four orphaned children she found living in a shack in the woods. When she breaks her pinky finger, her frantic terror of either of the local doctors nearly undoes her. Her panic-induced asthma attack causes her to black out and she awakens in Dr. Seth Harrington’s sick room with her finger in a splint. How can she convince these people that she’s fine – she doesn’t need a doctor, in spite of her badly broken finger? Seth Harrington is the new doctor in town and the more he sees and hears about the old doctor, Doc Greely, the more convinced he is that Eagle Harbor, MI needs him. Doc Greely is more quack than physician so when Seth arrives on the scene of Lindy’s finger-breaking fall to hear Doc Greely insist that her finger must be amputated, Seth steps in to say he can set the break. Seeing Lindy’s fear, he assumes it stems from Doc Greely’s pronouncement. When he sees some of her scars, he realizes that some doctor somewhere terrorized Lindy over a long period of time. Can he win her trust if he can’t even get her to talk to him? When Lindy is forced to ask Seth for help for one of the orphans and her reputation is compromised, can she get over her fear to see the man God is placing in her life? Will she let Seth help her by using his gifts as a physician to improve her breathing? Can she look to the future when she has been convinced for so long that she had none? Until Love’s Eternal Breath, I think I’d only read one other book by Naomi Rawlings – a Love Inspired Historical. This book captured my imagination from the first page and I fell in love with the quirks and foibles of her characters. Seth followed his dream and became a doctor in spite of being dumped by three fiancées because of it and in spite of his family’s desire for him to enter the family business. Lindy presses on and keeps doing the next thing even though she fully expects to die any day. Victoria takes care of everyone in town, following up on doctor’s visits to make sure families are cared for even though her stutter makes her feel inadequate. So many others are introduced and given life that I felt like I could step out of the pages and into the town. I also loved that the book is set in Michigan’s UP, a place my husband and I fell in love with last summer. Maybe we’ll have to go look up Eagle Harbor on our next foray into the wilds of the UP (since Naomi points out in her notes that it’s a real place not one she made up!) I absolutely recommend this to anyone who enjoys historic fiction. I had a hard time putting it down so I could go to sleep at night and I felt like I learned quite a lot about medical practices “way back when.” Loved this!! Disclosure statement: I receive complimentary books for review from publishers, publicists, and/or authors, including Netgalley. I am not required to write positive reviews. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255.
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