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Lori Copeland
Lori Copeland is a popular best selling contemporary and historical Christian author. Her books have been nominated for the prestigious Christy Award and received two Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Awards. Lori makes her home in Missouri with her husband Lance, three sons and ever growing... show more



Lori Copeland is a popular best selling contemporary and historical Christian author. Her books have been nominated for the prestigious Christy Award and received two Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Awards. Lori makes her home in Missouri with her husband Lance, three sons and ever growing family. Her hobby is knitting prayer and friendship shawls, and baking chocolate chip cookies."Like" Lori on Facebook.com

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Yvette - Bookworlder
Yvette - Bookworlder rated it 4 years ago
The three McDougal sisters, dressed as nuns from their latest con-job and prisoners in a jail wagon being chased by a group of Comanche warriors, are rescued by three men and taken in three different directions. My Heart Stood Still is the story of the middle sister, Anne-Marie McDougal, and her res...
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Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
The Healer's Touch by Lori Copeland from Harvest House Publishing is a four star page turner. I received a free kindle copy from NetGalley for fair review. Lyric Bolton lives in an isolated rural Missouri area. It's called Bolton Holler, because of one of her ancestor's influence in the community. N...
iola
iola rated it 6 years ago
Anne-Marie, Abigail and Amelia McDougal are orphans from Mercy Flats, Texas, who make a living as con artists, disguising themselves as nuns to inspire trust in those they plan to relieve of their money. The sisters are being hauled to jail when their wagon is attacked by an Indian raiding party. Th...
iola
iola rated it 6 years ago
Trinity Rose Franklin has returned to Piedmont, South Dakota following the death of her brother, her last family member. At just nineteen, she is alone in the world, or so she thinks. Her aim in returning is to sell the family farm to the railroad so she can return to her life in Sioux Falls, but a ...
salythereader
salythereader rated it 6 years ago
Well this wasn't funny but is also didn't get on my nerves which is a plus. Hero and heroine get their wires crossed, he thinks she is vacating her shop, she thinks he is vacating his shop, plus there is dog drama.
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