The story that has everything ...
A handsome, successful young building contractor. A beautiful, intelligent young woman. An unexplained disappearance. An angel in disguise. And an adorable abandoned child. Savor the journey.
Average rating from 9 members
This is such an amazing story. Seeing God's hand in the lives of people joining the dots. Encouraging to see how God leads & guides people. A reminder to acknowledge God in all that we're doing
A very well written book. I throughly enjoyed the plot and the characters. A new to me author with a great writing style. I recommend this book.
Old Fashioned Girl by Jackie Smith Black Rose Writing Christian , Romance Pub Date 18 May 2017 I am reviewing a copy of Old Fashioned Girl through the Black Rose Writing and Netgalley: His name is Martin, he is a handsome, young building contractor. She likes to read the classics and is beautiful. She likes writing and receiving old Fashioned letters written on stationary. Her name is Elizabeth. She doesn't own a phone. Soon a four year old girl named Jenny comes into the picture. A young girl whose Mother ran into a situation and asks them to watch her until she can come back. I give Old Fashioned Girl five out of five stars! Happy Reading!
Old Fashioned Girl is an immensely abundantly enjoyable book to read. I cannot say enough or express myself how much I love this book. I love Supernatural writings because I truly believe that we do live with Angels/demons in this world. This story has a child as well who touches the heart and who cannot afford to have their heart touched - this author makes you feel like you are vested into the characters and that shows how well the writing is - you keep the book with you wherever you go. There is a romance - but isn't there always -this one is a little different - let me tell you how ........................................nah you have to find out for yourself.
This is a good sweet Christian Fiction Romance book about believing the unbelievable and taking a chance on love. Martin Richards and Christina Warner meet and have a surprisingly love for farming-- Is this a match made in Heaven? Are they soulmates? Is an angel playing matchmaker? And what happens to Jenny the abandoned 4 year old? My grade for this book is an A plus.