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by Lawana Blackwell

Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Religious books
Author: Lawana Blackwell
ISBN: 0764284622
ISBN13: 978-0764284625
Language: English
Publisher: Bethany House Pub (May 1, 1999)
Pages: 400
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Books 1-3 of The author Lawana Blackwell, The Gresham Chronicles, Bethany House Publisher. I have read all 3 of these books and love them all. Lawana Blackwell draws you into the lives of the characters. I could hardly put them down

Books 1-3 of The author Lawana Blackwell, The Gresham Chronicles, Bethany House Publisher. I could hardly put them down. I look forwarding to reading all of her books.

16 people are interested in this title. We receive fewer than 1 copy every 6 months. Books 1-3 of The author Lawana Blackwell, The Gresham Chronicles, Bethany House Publisher.

The gresham chronicles. The Widow of Larkspur Inn. The Courtship of the Vicar’s Daughter. The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark. She and her husband have three grown sons and live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Chapter 1. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5.

Books by. Lawana Blackwell. The Jewel of Gresham Green. The gresham chronicles.

The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter (Gresham Chronicles, I hadn't read a Lawana Blackwell book in many years when this book and synopsis caught my eye. I am very glad I bought the book

I hadn't read a Lawana Blackwell book in many years when this book and synopsis caught my eye. I am very glad I bought the book "

Gresham Chronicles by. Lawana Blackwell (Goodreads Author). The plot of The Widow of Larkspur Inn was very enjoyable. The story was definitely a slower pace than most books I read, this wasn’t bad however

Gresham Chronicles by. The story was definitely a slower pace than most books I read, this wasn’t bad however.

the widow of larkspur. what a wonderful story. i enjoyed it so much. i would recommend this to everyone who enjoys a good story line and wonderful characters of virtue. by cynthia p. on December 12, 2017.

Books by Lawana Blackwell: The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter. 10. A Table By the Window., 10. Leading Lady. 8, 10. Jewel of Gresham Green.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Gresham Chronicles: Book 1: The Widow of. .Julia Hollis learns to depend on God for the daily challenges involved in turning an abandoned coaching inn into a lodging house for affluent people wishing to escape city life.

Julia Hollis learns to depend on God for the daily challenges involved in turning an abandoned coaching inn into a lodging house for affluent people wishing to escape city life.

The Widow of Larkspur Inn (Gresham Chronicles, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter (Gresham Chronicles, The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark . Gresham Chronicles Series. 4 primary works, 5 total works. Book 1. by Lawana Blackwell.

The Widow of Larkspur Inn (Gresham Chronicles, The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter (Gresham Chronicles, The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark (Gresh. When Life Seemed Its Worst, Gresham Awaited.

Books 1-3 of The author Lawana Blackwell, The Gresham Chronicles, Bethany House Publisher
Comments to eBook The Gresham Chronicles, Books 1-3 (The Widow of Larkspur Inn / The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter / The Dowry of Miss Lydia Clark)
Tar
I have read all 3 of these books and love them all. Lawana Blackwell draws you into the lives of the characters. I could hardly put them down. I look forwarding to reading all of her books.
breakingthesystem
Great story, excellent writing style, rich characters.
Steep
Very pleased. Received earlier that expected. Have already read the books, but, bought them to share with a sister and read again in the future. Loved the story lines in all three books.
Aedem
I can't believe this book has so few reviews. I actually read this series years ago and fell completely in love with the characters. I think I may have read the first book during a time when it was free. Needless to say, I purchased the others. This is a well written, intricate, and moving story of a family you'll come to love. I was sad when it was all over.
Zodama
I will first admit that despite not being a fan of Christian literature - I read all three books. The characters were interesting and consistent, and the stories woven through the books were well crafted. I wanted to know what happened to them and for me this is a compliment. My critical review is probably partly because I am not American so inaccuracies stood out in ways that they might not if you grew up in America.

However - I found that I was wondering why the books were clearly written by an American who has never lived in England and the constant reminders of this in content and wording made me wonder why Lawanna Blackwell did not simply choose to set her stories in an American village so that she wrote about what she knew well. Every time I hit a glaring inaccuracy I was jerked out of the book and it was really annoying. Again and again in a book set in the 1870's, the author brings in lemonade - its preparation and serving. Lemonade is still not really all that common in England in the way it is in America. In those days it would not have existed.

Quilts were certainly made in England and well before they were made in the States, but they were never dragged out of houses and used for picnics - they were valued and treasured. There is at one point a village fundraiser auctioning picnic baskets prepared by the girls of the village - and the whole celebration could have been lifted straight from America. This sort of auction was never held in England in the 1870's. Most of the names in the book were the types of names that would have been used in that period - but Quetin?? Wanetta?? These felt as if the writer had promised to use friend's names in the book. Quetin is French, and an English upper class parent would never have named a child by a French name within a period when the memory Of Trafalgar and Waterloo still held the French as arch enemies. Books were mentioned before they were published - up to twenty years before in some cases.

I am not in any way a history buff - but there are easy ways to research that period of History in England. The examples I gave are only a few - there were so many that it ruined a very good story. Don't read this is you hate being reminded that you are only reading a book.
Lli
Excellent books. Keep my interest couldn't put the book down
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