A grief-stricken widower learns to open his heart again in this touching and emotionally charged novel from New York Times bestselling author LaVyrle Spencer. Set in , in Spencer’s (Small Town Girl) hometown of Browerville, Minn., this gentle tale of forbidden love (which Spencer says will be her last book) brings. But if you enjoy a leisurely book that captures the life of a bygone time, you will probably enjoy Then Came Heaven. This is LaVyrle Spencer’s.
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It was about a nun who fell in love with a widow and his children. Trending Price New. I hadn’t quit reeling and grieving for Krystyna when I saw the first sparks fly between Eddie and Sister Regina. I’m sure I would enjoy her other books and plan to find some of them.
Then Came Heaven
Apr 16, Rebecca rated it really liked it Recommended to Rebecca by: I had read this dame but lavyrlw mostly forgotten it. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. The population of the town is small, everyone knows or is related to everyone else. It IS a very religious book, but since I am a devout Catholic this didn’t bug me in the least, rather it made the experience more enjoyab This book was amazing.
The last or so pages made up for it enough to give Eddie and Jean 3 out of 5 stars.
It has its cheesy moments and its teary moments you owe me a box of tissues for that first pages, LaVyrlebut overall, it was one of those books that I really looked forward to coming home and reading at the end of the day — which hasn’t happened Sometimes you just need a good, old-fashioned, comforting love story. Hardcoverpages.
A grief-stricken widower learns to open his heart again in LaVyrle Spencer’s touching and emotionally charged new novel. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. Sadly it wasn’t the case here. As a reader, you are so drawn in, and you feel the pain of the family who have lost Krystyna, the woman who was the centre of their life.
The story starts out with a terrible accident as a car, driven by Krystyna Olczak is hit by a train at a crossing. This was a very touching read by a This is an updated review and even if this was not one of my favorite books by LaVyrle Spencer, who, for me, is truly a gifted romance author, this is still a lovely and very tender read. Part of the story was told from a nun’s perspective and told about how the meaningfulness and power of Catholicism, but also how parts of the religion did not seem to make much sense.
Having been raised Catholic in a small town, parts of the book really resonated with me. Apr 05, Marleen rated it liked it Shelves: As Eddie and Sister Regina deal with their grief, they also find themselves inexplicably drawn to each other. Main SelectionCan love survive a shattering loss? Which makes sense – they were enough to make me want to put the book down. I liked that this is set in the ies, and life was more simple then, and I liked how the author was able to tell this love story with so much reverence and dignity.
Then tragedy strikes — Krystyna is killed by a train as she ill-judgedly drives across the track. In the past, Sister Regina had bristled under the constraints of the order, but always reaffirmed her commitment through prayer and contemplation.
Thrilled–and secretly frightened–they both must summon the courage to look within their hearts and make their own choices.
In the meantime, Krystina’s sister, Irene, struggles with feelings she has always had for her brother-in-law, but kept suppressed. It IS a very religious book, but since I am a devout Catholic this didn’t bug me in the least, rather it made the experience more enjoyable.
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Then Came Heaven by LaVyrle Spencer
beaven I did not find it realistic. A grief-stricken widower learns to open his heart again in this touching and emotionally charged novel…. It was published in A sweet love story, but once again I was drawn more to the family and community than anything else.
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