Sunday, March 17, 2013

Short Review ~ A Light in the Window by Julie Lessman

 One Woman. Two Men.
One stirs her pulse and the other her faith.
But who will win her heart?

Marceline Murphy is a gentle beauty with a well-founded aversion to rogues.
But when two of Boston's most notorious pursue her, attraction, dreams and faith only muddle her mind.
Can the light in the window illuminate the path of true love?




My Thoughts 
A Light in the Window is a charming prequel illuminating the beginning of Marcy and Patrick's romance. Once I started reading, I couldn't stop! I was mesmerized by the sparkling dialogue, the vivid spiritual content, the dazzling rogues ;) Julie Lessman never ceases to deliver a heart pounding, palm sweating, giggle inducing story.


Don't forget to read her other series' The Daughters of Boston(link to Book 1 but there are three in the series), Winds of Change(Trilogy) and the new 
Heart of San Francisco(Book 1). 


Have you read Julie's books? 

4 comments:

  1. I loved this book, too, Anne!!! I saw Julie put your review up on FB--kudos, but I actually linked over because of your comment over at OWG. Will send u an email. Your blog looks so pretty!!! Hugs!!!I have read ALL of Julie's books. Got hooked last year!

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    1. Carrie, Julie's books are addictive, huh? I need to read the newest one. Haven't gotten that one yet. Thanks for the compliment on my blog. I went a little more minimalist than what I had before. Added the tabs and decreased the clutter :)
      {{hugs}}

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  2. That's quite a recommendation! I have not read any of her books, but they sound great.

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    1. They are, Lisa! The prequel is 290 pgs and the series books are close to 500 pgs. They're long so if you get hooked you have been forewarned :)

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