Sweet Sanctuary

Sweet Sanctuary

Book - 2013
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In New York during World War II, Lydia Eldredge and Dr. Micah Hatcher are determined to protect their loved one's lives and secrets as they seek refuge for the needy people God unexpectedly puts in their lives.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Bethany House, 2013.
ISBN: 9780764207891
Characteristics: 352 pages.


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Dec 10, 2014

A great story about disfunctional families and about having patience and waiting on God's call, about doing the right thing in all situations, doing for the least of these! And a great romance!

LadySugar Dec 27, 2013

I have come to the conclusion that Kim Vogel Sawyer's books are predicatble. This one was especially predictable..but strangely I still like the book. I was ready to rip this book to complete shreds after I predicted the turning point event chapters before it even happened! But then I thought about mercy and grace and realized that the true message of the book is very necessary. Looking beyond a person's faults and seeing their needs is indeed true love and embodies the purpose of salvation and why Jesus died. BTW, the salvation formula communicated in the book was a major flaw .. but then again, [sadly], most christian authors have an incorrect formula for salvation.

Raynpetal May 22, 2013

I thought this book was ok. Micah and Lydia meet each other again after having known each other in Hawaii. Lydia finds out that Micah's job entails something that could jeopordize many lives.


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