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Changed on the Inside Series: Three Christian Novels
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Changed on the Inside Series: Three Christian Novels [Kindle Edition]

Verna Hargrove

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"Changed on the Inside" Three Christian novels, including:

In this coming-of-age novel, the faith and friendship of two young women is tested when they face decisions that will change their lives forever. Love and romance is never easy, especially for two Christian friends who struggle to live spiritual lives when real-life issues conflict with everything that they have ever believed is right. As Susie struggles with a decision that may tear apart her heart and harm her physically, Jennie struggles to keep a secret promise that threatens her developing love relationship. As each young woman tries to find herself, her happiness, and her calling, they each discover that only one thing remains true: God's love.

After yet another failed relationship, Annie Duncan is about to meet a man unlike any other, the hero of her dreams...a hero of Biblical proportions. To her surprise, she learns that he's a modern-day missionary. But she loves him passionately. How can a woman of the world show love to one that seems so pure? Annie almost gives up. Born of great men, Joseph can trace his lineage all the way back to the strongest man of all, Samson from the Old Testament. Joseph, however, soon realizes that it's going to take more than great strength to win Annie's wounded heart..It's going to take all the love in his heart.

Elizabeth has had a lot of emotional pain in her life. She leaves Colorado behind and finds a safe place in a Southern California Christian mission station that ministers to the downtrodden of the community. A strong Christian, she still struggles with her painful past, which followed her to Southern California as a rejected guy from her high school days stalks her and taunts her for being overweight―worse, he does it in front of the handsome Pastor Sam. Humiliated and downcast at the names she is called, and at her past history revealed to Sam, she struggles to lose weight with desperate measures. Sam struggles to understand why it is so important to her. Luckily, she finds a Christian counselor who helps others overcome their addictions. Together with some women of the neighborhood, they must unravel their pasts to heal their futures. A love story about ministering to others as well as finding oneself, this novel is the stunning and emotional conclusion to the Changed on the Inside series―within its pages are healing messages of hope for women from every walk of life who seek validation from their looks instead of from their hearts and from their walks with God.

**Acclaim for the Books of Verna Hargrove**

“Wow, very nice! An exciting read!”
—April M. Reign, bestselling author of Enticing the Moon

“The story ends with some major cliffhangers, leaving the reader with hope for a sequel to this fascinating book. I know I will be looking forward to it!”
―Kwips and Kritiques

“Congratulations to a moving conclusion to a wonderful series!”
―Wild On Books

“Changed on the Inside is an important and moving series. Bravo!”
―J.R. Rain, author of Moon Dance and The Body Departed

“Thrilling, adventurous, and deeply romantic!”
―Elaine Babich, author Relatively Normal and You Never Called Me Princess

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 592 KB
  • Print Length: 378 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008XE8O6M
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #147,234 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good Jan. 3 2013
By Leah S. Owen - Published on
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Nice and comforting book nice to relate that everyone has struggles in life and in their faith leaves you feeling good
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Group of Believers Dec 31 2012
By E. Randolph - Published on
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Never thought I would read a book or a series about Christian Romance. The books were awesome and laid the foundation for each book to come. A little disappointed on some of the characters...left you wondering what was their story. Maybe more books are to come.
4.0 out of 5 stars I love the story line Jan. 6 2014
By Jade - Published on
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The story line was great and spoke about God which I love. I would have loved for the story line to be more developed on each series but overall the point of knowing that God forgives and loves us once we submit to Him despite our past was clearly stated.
5.0 out of 5 stars I felt like she could have written them about me July 21 2014
By Kathryn Peigne - Published on
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This series of books by Verna Hargrove really hit home... I felt like she could have written them about me...a little from each girl.. I loved these books.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Hard to read Jan. 4 2013
By Topanga Lawrence - Published on
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Th writing was amateurish and the characters weren't developed enough for me to form any sort of attachment to them. I found the dialogue boring because there was too much of it. We don't need every single word of every single conversation people have even when mundane. The basic stories were good but the execution was just painful to read.

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