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Publisher's Summary

Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller are both best-selling authors whose faith shines through in their best-selling works of historical fiction. A Tapestry of Hope begins their promising new Lights of Lowell series. Jasmine Wainwright never expected her father to include her in a deal to sell off the plantation. Moving to Massachusetts as a new wife, she must look to God's grace for help to withstand an unloving husband.
©2004 Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller; (P)2006 Recorded Books
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By Cecilia McNeil on 03-10-17

Interesting twists and turns

Lights of Lowell #1 in series. Interesting book, not your average mail order bride type. Betrothed to a man she doesn't know because a business deal. In fact no one really knows Bradley Houston.

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By SYJ on 06-27-15

A little too distressing

If you could sum up Lights of Lowell in three words, what would they be?

What a struggle!

What did you like best about this story?

The end when the wicked man dies.

What about Linda Stephens’s performance did you like?

Not the best narration in my opinion

Any additional comments?

This book was difficult for me because of the wickedness of the lead character and his abuse of everyone around him. I read or listen to books to find peace, hope, encouragement - this book was depressing to me. Reality is reality but I want a little reality with lots of happy overcoming. The best part of the book was the very brief ending to such a horrible trial. I was glad for the scriptural encouragement to prayerfully endure even people like Bradley Houston. I almost didn't listen to the book because I was not interested in someone learning to deal with an unloving abusive husband. I am hoping book two and three will be more like the other Tracie Peterson books I have read.

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