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Inspired by the biblical story of Abigail in 1 Samuel, a Christian woman stands up for what is right, despite life-threatening consequences. When Faith married her husband Roger Nolan he seemed to be an upstanding businessman, owner of a remote mercantile outside the town of Bountiful, Oregon. But Faith quickly learned the truth-that her husband is dishonest in his business Inspired by the biblical story of Abigail in 1 Samuel, a Christian woman stands up for what is right, despite life-threatening consequences. When Faith married her husband Roger Nolan he seemed to be an upstanding businessman, owner of a remote mercantile outside the town of Bountiful, Oregon. But Faith quickly learned the truth-that her husband is dishonest in his business practices and likes his liquor, turning mean when he indulges. When Faith discovers that Roger has yet again failed to deliver critical winter supplies to Nathan Bartlett, owner of the nearby logging camp, she takes the order up the mountain herself. Furious, Roger confronts Faith when she returns, and she is knocked unconscious. When Faith wakes, she finds Roger dead in a pool of his own blood, and she soon stands accused of murder. Having fought in the War Between the States, Nathan has seen enough violence to last a lifetime. He has always admired Faith's quiet strength and integrity and finds it hard to believe such a gentle woman capable of harming anyone. However, Nathan begins to struggle with his instinct to protect Faith when evidence mounts against her. As more and more people begin to think Faith is guilty, only her trust in God can give her the hope she needs to survive this trial.


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Inspired by the biblical story of Abigail in 1 Samuel, a Christian woman stands up for what is right, despite life-threatening consequences. When Faith married her husband Roger Nolan he seemed to be an upstanding businessman, owner of a remote mercantile outside the town of Bountiful, Oregon. But Faith quickly learned the truth-that her husband is dishonest in his business Inspired by the biblical story of Abigail in 1 Samuel, a Christian woman stands up for what is right, despite life-threatening consequences. When Faith married her husband Roger Nolan he seemed to be an upstanding businessman, owner of a remote mercantile outside the town of Bountiful, Oregon. But Faith quickly learned the truth-that her husband is dishonest in his business practices and likes his liquor, turning mean when he indulges. When Faith discovers that Roger has yet again failed to deliver critical winter supplies to Nathan Bartlett, owner of the nearby logging camp, she takes the order up the mountain herself. Furious, Roger confronts Faith when she returns, and she is knocked unconscious. When Faith wakes, she finds Roger dead in a pool of his own blood, and she soon stands accused of murder. Having fought in the War Between the States, Nathan has seen enough violence to last a lifetime. He has always admired Faith's quiet strength and integrity and finds it hard to believe such a gentle woman capable of harming anyone. However, Nathan begins to struggle with his instinct to protect Faith when evidence mounts against her. As more and more people begin to think Faith is guilty, only her trust in God can give her the hope she needs to survive this trial.

30 review for Remember Me When

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jerry

    Good...but not great.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kacey

    I was a little wary of reading this, having just come off a novel that had one of the main characters imprisoned, but once I got into it I was still curious about what would happen. But then I got about halfway through and thought about stopping again. I struggled a lot to finish this book. It didn't hold my interest and I ended up feeling bored by the last third. I feel like one of the problems of this book was making the husband and his brother so unlikable and obviously sketchy. I don't have a I was a little wary of reading this, having just come off a novel that had one of the main characters imprisoned, but once I got into it I was still curious about what would happen. But then I got about halfway through and thought about stopping again. I struggled a lot to finish this book. It didn't hold my interest and I ended up feeling bored by the last third. I feel like one of the problems of this book was making the husband and his brother so unlikable and obviously sketchy. I don't have a problem with these things in theory, especially if the struggles of a physically abused woman is written in a believable way. What I had a problem with was that there didn't seem to be any conflict or concern that Faith could actually be involved in the murder because of the sketchy behavior of both brothers. In fact, to me the brother made himself so obviously guilty by immediately pointing the finger at her that it baffled me that there could be so much waffling around before the truth was finally revealed. I guess this being a historical novel did make some aspects of it a bit harder to understand and identify with. In the last one, I could still identify with Merritt's identity as a woman despite the time she lived in. Faith seemed so much more a woman of her time, which again isn't a bad thing in theory. I just couldn't really connect with her, and some of the historically-relevant things like them not wanting to jail her/hang her just because she was a woman made it hard to connect. Not really the book's fault but still something that made the whole thing less tense for me. I was always assured things would turn out okay for Faith because of the time period and how women were seen/treated in that time. So, yeah. Not the greatest pick for me in books. It wasn't bad, it just got boring for me after a while and I couldn't really connect with the characters.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tiffani

    This book was poorly written. I got really sick of reading the characters "jaw" about the problem. I got sick of reading the characters' southern accents/dialect written out for one and for two they seemed to have nothing else to do but talk about Faith being accused of murder and theft. She also got injured way too much. The characters were a-typical and flat. I could only see two reasons Faith and Nathan should get together. They believed in God and were super attractive. I wasn't convinced th This book was poorly written. I got really sick of reading the characters "jaw" about the problem. I got sick of reading the characters' southern accents/dialect written out for one and for two they seemed to have nothing else to do but talk about Faith being accused of murder and theft. She also got injured way too much. The characters were a-typical and flat. I could only see two reasons Faith and Nathan should get together. They believed in God and were super attractive. I wasn't convinced they should get married. The jump between the last chapter and the epilogue made me roll my eyes. To sum it up, I didn't buy the characters, plot, or setting. Total waste of my time.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    I liked this book. I really like the author- the first one in the series was better. I love this time period and always kind of invision myself during that time period. But then I read a book like this and am glad that I didn't live during a time with such injustice and lack of rights for woman.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This book was so juvenile I question why it was marketed for an adult audience. It should have had pictures & could have had less descriptive words & been much better marketed for a 3rd graders. (They might be at a higher comprehension level for this book, however.) I cannot believe this author teaches writing in post secondary establishments! That is a farce!! The main character is annoying and complains constantly and one moment she is brave, yet all others she is a coward. The character develo This book was so juvenile I question why it was marketed for an adult audience. It should have had pictures & could have had less descriptive words & been much better marketed for a 3rd graders. (They might be at a higher comprehension level for this book, however.) I cannot believe this author teaches writing in post secondary establishments! That is a farce!! The main character is annoying and complains constantly and one moment she is brave, yet all others she is a coward. The character development is dismal. And not just for the main character. I found it so silly that the neighbours of Bountiful were literally meeting in the street as events were happening. It's as if the author has a deluded idea that all characters not only must be introduced to the reader but to each other at the same time. It was ridiculous! (A reader can only take 'call me by my first name' every once and a while, not from every darn character!!) I have a very hard time putting down a book I am reading, even if it is dreadful. Putting this one down was a breeze. It was just downright dumb. A waste of time.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    This book is probably more like a 3 1/2 star but in my opinion not worth bumping up to a full four star rating. I have to say that I like the previous book in the series much better and though this book was also very interesting I have to say that I had it mostly figured out very early on. But that being neither here nor there, I will say that I enjoyed the writing and the characters as well as storyline. I’m not really terribly familiar with the story of Abigail but I did go back to read it in This book is probably more like a 3 1/2 star but in my opinion not worth bumping up to a full four star rating. I have to say that I like the previous book in the series much better and though this book was also very interesting I have to say that I had it mostly figured out very early on. But that being neither here nor there, I will say that I enjoyed the writing and the characters as well as storyline. I’m not really terribly familiar with the story of Abigail but I did go back to read it in my Bible. It was very interesting and it isn’t one of the main stories that you hear a whole lot about that I recall in Sunday school but it was a very interesting analogy. I have to say that I appreciate how Faith had trust in God and didn’t take the “easy road“ out by marrying right away. She deserves to be courted and one and she held out for that.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    I loved this book. 2nd in series and main characters in book 1 continue in this book also. But could be a standalone. Faith's parents are killed, and with no other family, she marries a storekeeper thinking she will have a stable life. Her husband is a disappointment in many ways, and when he is killed Faith is accused by his brother. A real mystery surrounds her, and I must admit, I had it figured wrong. Book kept me on the edge of my seat. Looking forward to the last book in the series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    This is the second book in the Women of Hope trilogy, and while I didn't enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the first book, For Such a Time as This, I still liked it a lot. This historical Christian novel set in 1870s Oregon is inspired by the story of Abigail in 1 Samuel. It was not a retelling by any stretch of the imagination, but I could definitely see several similarities to the Biblical story. It was well written and entertaining, and the characters were well drawn. Overall, I enjoyed it, but i This is the second book in the Women of Hope trilogy, and while I didn't enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the first book, For Such a Time as This, I still liked it a lot. This historical Christian novel set in 1870s Oregon is inspired by the story of Abigail in 1 Samuel. It was not a retelling by any stretch of the imagination, but I could definitely see several similarities to the Biblical story. It was well written and entertaining, and the characters were well drawn. Overall, I enjoyed it, but it's not quite a favorite.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Johnson

    I struggled a little with the first book in this series being too drawn out and the same things rehashed over & over. I almost gave up on this one. To believe the characters could not figure out what was going on, in fact, went out of their way to not consider the obvious, stretched incredulity. I'm going to have to take a break before tackling the third book. I struggled a little with the first book in this series being too drawn out and the same things rehashed over & over. I almost gave up on this one. To believe the characters could not figure out what was going on, in fact, went out of their way to not consider the obvious, stretched incredulity. I'm going to have to take a break before tackling the third book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    This book was okay, but not amazing. The story line and character were somewhat interesting. Ultimately, my biggest complaint is the lack of character or relational development. There was a lot of mystery and barely any romance until the very end.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kbarker

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Not a bad story......but it got kinda redundant to me. Faith had some really bad luck or was always in the wrong place at the wrong time!!!!!! It just seemed like alot. She did too she put herself in jail.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Joelle

    I liked this book, but not as much as the first one in the series. I did feel that the end was a bit rushed, and that the "romance" element was missing in this book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    2rengirls1

    It was interesting to read about the trial and trying to solve the mystery of who actually committed the crimes instead of focusing on the romance. Lovely story.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Not the greatest writing to really grab me in. The plot was a bit far-fetched for my liking.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Charity U

    Definitely enjoyed the first book more; the heroine of this one wasn't one I really identified or empathized with, in many ways. Not bad for reading this once tho.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    This book was mostly sad. It reminds me of Jesus and how He was falsely accused. The ending turned out differently for Faith, but still it made me appreciate all He went through for me, for you.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen (Kat) Smith

    Out of the frying pan and into the fire! That is just what seems to be happening to Faith Nolan after marrying Roger when she lost everything in a fire and had no place to go. First she lost her parents and thinking there were only a couple of single men left to marry, she opted for Roger. Only in hindsight years later, she wished she would have taken up the charitable offers of the town's resident's to stay with them. She just didn't want people to feel sorry for her and she certainly didn't wa Out of the frying pan and into the fire! That is just what seems to be happening to Faith Nolan after marrying Roger when she lost everything in a fire and had no place to go. First she lost her parents and thinking there were only a couple of single men left to marry, she opted for Roger. Only in hindsight years later, she wished she would have taken up the charitable offers of the town's resident's to stay with them. She just didn't want people to feel sorry for her and she certainly didn't want to be considered a charitable case simply because she had no where else to go. Helping to run the General Store seemed to give her an outlet of feeling helpful to others, as well as caring for the three mules they owned to get supplies from the town of Bountiful up to where the store was in Hope County, Oregon. Their main customer was the logging company owned by Nathan Bartlett as well as some of the men serving at the Army Fort just outside the town's limits. Now if only she could find a way out of Roger's violent outbursts towards her whenever he and his brother Theo got drunk, which seemed to happen every single night. Thank goodness for long sleeve shirts to hide what bruises he left on her. She only prayed God would hear her prayers for something to change, she just never expected He would answer the way He did. When faced with another of Roger's lies about missing supplies for Nathan's company, Faith did what she felt God had placed on her heart, and that was waiting for the next shipment of supplies and fulfill Nathan's order before they went missing again. She knew that by defying Roger, she would be faced with another beating but she had to do what was right and hope God would come through in the end. Sure enough Roger and Theo were waiting for her when she arrived back to the store and they were drunk yet again. Only Roger would never take his anger out on Faith, when anyone was around, she knew he would wait for Theo to leave and then have his "discussion" with Faith. Sure enough like clock work that is just what happened but something snapped inside of Faith this time, and she wasn't going to let Roger take his anger out on her once again. Grabbing a fireplace poker, she attempted to fight him off, but when he pushed her away from him, taking the poker from him, the last thing she remembered before she hit the ground was pain and darkness. What she didn't expect when she came to, was to see Roger's body on the ground with the fireplace poker in the back of his head and their store on fire. Fleeing for her life, she ran, but never in her mind did she think she would be arrested for Roger's murder. But things are about to get a whole lot worse for Faith. Is this God's answer to her prayers? I received Remember Me When by Ginny Aiken compliments of Faith Words, a division of Hachette Book Groups for my honest review. I did not receive any monetary compensation and the opinions contained here are strictly my own. This is the second book in the Women of Hope series and one that I fully enjoyed being a huge fan of westerns. I always thought I would have run a general store if I lived back in that time frame but loved where Ginny Aiken took this one. Faith is about to have her faith tested when one circumstance after another seems to stack the deck against her innocence and one by one, the people she hoped she could count on are shaking their own heads in disbelief. It will take an act of God to free Faith from the hangman's noose and to find a way to turn the hearts of the town's people back to believing she is innocent. Truly an unforgettable novel and one that I can proudly add to my personal library and well deserving of a 5 out of 5 stars. This novel also contains a Reading Group Discussion guide at the conclusion.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Victor Gentile

    Ginny Aiken in her new book, “Remember Me When” Book Two in the A Women of Hope series published by FaithWords brings us into the life of Faith Nolan. From the back cover: Inspired by the biblical story of Abigail in 1 Samuel, a Christian woman stands up for what is right, despite life-threatening consequences. When Faith married her husband Roger Nolan he seemed to be an upstanding businessman, owner of a remote mercantile outside the town of Bountiful, Oregon. But Faith quickly learned the truth Ginny Aiken in her new book, “Remember Me When” Book Two in the A Women of Hope series published by FaithWords brings us into the life of Faith Nolan. From the back cover: Inspired by the biblical story of Abigail in 1 Samuel, a Christian woman stands up for what is right, despite life-threatening consequences. When Faith married her husband Roger Nolan he seemed to be an upstanding businessman, owner of a remote mercantile outside the town of Bountiful, Oregon. But Faith quickly learned the truth-that her husband is dishonest in his business practices and likes his liquor, turning mean when he indulges. When Faith discovers that Roger has yet again failed to deliver critical winter supplies to Nathan Bartlett, owner of the nearby logging camp, she takes the order up the mountain herself. Furious, Roger confronts Faith when she returns, and she is knocked unconscious. When Faith wakes, she finds Roger dead in a pool of his own blood, and she soon stands accused of murder. Having fought in the War Between the States, Nathan has seen enough violence to last a lifetime. He has always admired Faith’s quiet strength and integrity and finds it hard to believe such a gentle woman capable of harming anyone. However, Nathan begins to struggle with his instinct to protect Faith when evidence mounts against her. As more and more people begin to think Faith is guilty, only her trust in God can give her the hope she needs to survive this trial. My favorite love story from The Bible is the story between Abigail and David. Now Ms. Aiken has taken that story and turned it into a very clever murder mystery in a western setting. Faith gets on the wrong side of her husband, Roger, and he hits her, knocking her out. When she comes to, Roger is dead and the house is on fire. Faith gets out but all the evidence suggests that Faith killed Roger. The only person standing with her is Nathan. Together these two must solve the murder/fire and work out their romance. I think Ginny Aiken did a wonderful job with the names of the places. They live in the town of Bountiful in the County of Hope. That gives you the idea of what the town should be doing and what everybody should have. Ms. Aiken has also done a marvelous job of bringing the Biblical story of Abigail to a Western community. Faith, Nathan and the other characters play out so well on the pages you would think you had known them all your life. “Remember Me When” is a great read that I was sorry to see come to an end. I am so looking forward to more in this series from Ms. Aiken. You can find “Remember Me When” at a discount at http://www.deepershopping.com/item/ai... If you would like to listen to interviews with other authors and professionals please go to www.kingdomhighlights.org where they are available On Demand. To listen to 24 hours non-stop, commercial free Christian music please visit our internet radio station www.kingdomairwaves.org Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from FaithWords. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This book had some potential, and I liked it enough to finish it. But, I have to admit that I skimmed through a large section of it. It just didn't hold my attention the way I thought it could. The parts that were supposed to be gripping didn't have as much tension as I would like. Some of the comings and going's of the people seemed a little bit confusing. Two people would be having a conversation and then all of a sudden the loud drunk brother-in-law would begin shouting in the background, and This book had some potential, and I liked it enough to finish it. But, I have to admit that I skimmed through a large section of it. It just didn't hold my attention the way I thought it could. The parts that were supposed to be gripping didn't have as much tension as I would like. Some of the comings and going's of the people seemed a little bit confusing. Two people would be having a conversation and then all of a sudden the loud drunk brother-in-law would begin shouting in the background, and I wasn't even aware that he was in the scene. This happened several times. The charges of horse theft seemed completely ridiculous since she was a member of the family that owned the horses and she gave them right back as soon as she was found. I mean there was a fire for heaven sake. Would they rather she left them in the fire to die? That just seemed pretty stupid. I basically read up to the point where she was taken to live with the Reverend and his family and then skimmed through the entire middle, and read most of the ending. there was not quite enough interaction with the leading male character for my taste. In a romance if there's not enough interaction between the two love interests, then the relationship seems forced to me.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Radhika

    A story set in late 1800's well crafted and has a dash of mystery too. Faith' parents are killed when Indians burn down their house and she is left with no choice but either live with some family or marry when someone proposes. Robert proposes and she agrees to marry him and loses her peace of mind from that day. He is abusive, a drunkard and a cheat. He has his brother to keep him company. But Faith is a woman of God and stays in the marriage and tries to make it work . But one day trying to do A story set in late 1800's well crafted and has a dash of mystery too. Faith' parents are killed when Indians burn down their house and she is left with no choice but either live with some family or marry when someone proposes. Robert proposes and she agrees to marry him and loses her peace of mind from that day. He is abusive, a drunkard and a cheat. He has his brother to keep him company. But Faith is a woman of God and stays in the marriage and tries to make it work . But one day trying to do right with the critical winter order of a logger Nathan Bartlett she gets on the wrong side of Roger when she is struck by him. When she comes around her husband is lying dead in the pool of blood and her house is on fire. She escapes the fire unharmed but is hounded by her brother-in law as her husbands murderer. Who was responsible for his death is the question which haunts everyone who stands by Faith. Tragedies start happening around her and all accusations seem real against her... How will she convince everyone about the truth. Who is it that actually murdered her husband A story of strong faith and mystery is well woven by the athoe Ginny Aiken

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ellen

    After truly enjoying the first book in the series, this one left me disappointed. It was far more murder mystery than romance and the romance itself seemed tacked on. Faith is a resilient wife of an abusive, shiftless, drunkard of a husband. She is framed for his murder and the whole town turns against her. Olivia makes an appearance from book 1, but her character didn't feel the same to me. Granted, some time has passed, but I should still recognize her. That was even more disappointing. Finally, After truly enjoying the first book in the series, this one left me disappointed. It was far more murder mystery than romance and the romance itself seemed tacked on. Faith is a resilient wife of an abusive, shiftless, drunkard of a husband. She is framed for his murder and the whole town turns against her. Olivia makes an appearance from book 1, but her character didn't feel the same to me. Granted, some time has passed, but I should still recognize her. That was even more disappointing. Finally, I didn't even recognize the Bible account it was supposedly based upon. Like I said in my review of book 1, this is not necessarily a problem if the story is strong enough to stand on its own. This wasn't.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sammie Mays

    Faith - Her name alone says it all. ***SPOILER ALERT**** Left alone and unable to provide for herself after her parents were killed and her home was destroyed, Faith marries for necessity instead of love. Abused from the beginning of her marriage she still has faith that things will change. She works hard to support her husband and his brother at their General Store. Mystery awaits as she stands accused of killing her husband along with many other things that are not of her character. Who will b Faith - Her name alone says it all. ***SPOILER ALERT**** Left alone and unable to provide for herself after her parents were killed and her home was destroyed, Faith marries for necessity instead of love. Abused from the beginning of her marriage she still has faith that things will change. She works hard to support her husband and his brother at their General Store. Mystery awaits as she stands accused of killing her husband along with many other things that are not of her character. Who will believe her? Will she have faith to get through the many trials that lay ahead? Can she love again?

  23. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    I won this book though the Goodreads First Reads program. This is the second book in the series, and I had read the first before reading this book. The novel can be a stand-alone, but I found it beneficial to already be familiar with the setting, and some of the secondary characters. I greatly enjoyed this story much more than the first. I found the story compelling and dramatic enough to keep my attention. At this time I can't think of any critique. I'm looking forward to reading the next book fr I won this book though the Goodreads First Reads program. This is the second book in the series, and I had read the first before reading this book. The novel can be a stand-alone, but I found it beneficial to already be familiar with the setting, and some of the secondary characters. I greatly enjoyed this story much more than the first. I found the story compelling and dramatic enough to keep my attention. At this time I can't think of any critique. I'm looking forward to reading the next book from Ginny Aiken.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Deb

    Stayed up till 2am to finish this book. I LOVED it! It is a historical Christian, romance, mystery. Faith is both mentally and physically abused by her husband. During the last fight, she stands up to him, only to be shoved, hitting her head and gets knocked out. When she wakes up, her husband is laying in a pool of blood, dead, and the cabin in on fire. This is just the beginning of Faith's troubles. If Faith didn't kill him, who did & why? Through it all, she keeps her faith. Yes, she doubts i Stayed up till 2am to finish this book. I LOVED it! It is a historical Christian, romance, mystery. Faith is both mentally and physically abused by her husband. During the last fight, she stands up to him, only to be shoved, hitting her head and gets knocked out. When she wakes up, her husband is laying in a pool of blood, dead, and the cabin in on fire. This is just the beginning of Faith's troubles. If Faith didn't kill him, who did & why? Through it all, she keeps her faith. Yes, she doubts it at times. I had trouble putting this book done. Really looking forward to the next book!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    A well written story. I didn't quite love it as much as the first one in the series, but definitely still enjoyed this one. The mystery/suspense aspect of this novel was intriguing. Faith is accused of killing her abusive husband and several other things happen which point to her being the murderer. The "hero" of the novel was a bit forgettable...

  26. 5 out of 5

    Elise Blomberg

    I really enjoy this author's effort to give the book a unique story line. It was refreshing to read something different. There were exceptionally moral characters and exceptionally immoral characters. The main character kept her faith in God and never compromised. This is a book that I won't forget and will recommend to others.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Connie Brown

    This was a very good book. I liked the heroine a lot. She had the right stuff. The hero was good too. I thought that the people of Bountiful were good and they loved fiercely. It shows what God can do when people are willing to listen.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Marcia

    Not an award winner by any means. Don't get me wrong, it wasn't a bad book, just...amateur. Started out good: descriptive, well developed characters. But then it just started repeating itself! A good and simple in between book for me.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Laurel Anne

    I just picked this up off the shelf, no idea what it was about and yet I did enjoy it. It's a Christian book so has that element but the plot is interesting about the 1800s and trying a woman for crimes. Light but glad I read it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mackenzie

    Book 2 of 3 *Great! Love Ginny Aiken!

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