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First Date

First Date

On 1/26 Channie wrote: First Date by Krista McGee is a fun, lighthearted read. I picked up the book looking for something quick and easy to read and found it to be just that. It is based on the book of Esther in the Bible.The book is placed in a reality tv show setting where a young girl is entered into a contest to become ... First Date by Krista McGee

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3 Stars

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Love You More

Love You More

On 12/14 Channie wrote: Love You More, by Jennifer Grant is a book about the joys and trials of adopting a daughter. Grant goes through the entire process detailing what they went through in deciding to adopt through to bringing their daughter home. The family had three biological children and then became interested in pursuing ... Love You More by Jennifer Grant

Channie's Rating:

5 Stars

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This is Your Brain in Love

This is Your Brain in Love

On 8/15 Channie wrote: This book is based on the premise that in order to be the best lover that you can be to your spouse, you need to be your best. In order to accomplish that you need to recognize any problems in your brain that may be hindering your ability to respond to your spouse in an appropriate and loving way. Henslin ... This is Your Brain in Love by Earl Henslin

Channie's Rating:

5 Stars

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Softly and Tenderly

Softly and Tenderly

On 1/20 Channie wrote: Softly and Tenderly by Sara Evans (with Rachel Hauck) is a story about an average woman whose average life is thrown into turmoil with a single piece of information. Jade Benson is the proud owner of two successful shops, happily married to a successful lawyer, and has finally moved beyond her past into ... Softly and Tenderly by Sara Evans

Channie's Rating:

4 Stars

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Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World (Trade Paper)

Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World (Trade Paper)

On 12/8 Channie wrote: The subtitle of this book quite accurately describes the purpose of the book. “What on Earth Should We Do Now?” This book describes ten principles that should drive our lives in this 21st century. The author describes the chaos of the world around us and directs our attention to ten Biblical principles ... "Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World" by Dr. David Jeremiah

Channie's Rating:

5 Stars

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Popes and Bankers

Popes and Bankers

On 9/7 Channie wrote: I was a bit skeptical when I began this book. I am not very knowledgeable in financial history but found this book to be a big surprise. The author, Jack Cashill, managed to keep me interested in the topic and it turned out to be quite entertaining.It is a fascinating study on the topic even for the ... BookReview: "Popes and Bankers: A Cultural History of Credit and Debt, From Aristotle to AIG" By Jack Cashill

Channie's Rating:

4 Stars

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