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Lori Wick is a multifaceted author of Christian fiction. As comfortable writing period stories as she is penning contemporary works, Lori's books (more than 6 million in print) vary widely in location and time period. Lori's faithful fans consistently put her series and standalone works on the bestseller lists. Lori and her husband, Bob, live with their swiftly growing family in the Midwest.
I enjoyed the period setting; the characters of the children; the romance.
This is appropriate for women - probably mothers.
I am a Christian and thought I would give some romantic fiction a try. I was dissapointed to say the least. Read morePublished on June 25 2004
This book is awesome! I recently became a Christian and I asked my friend Melinda if she had any good books I could read. Read morePublished on April 15 2004 by Heitor Saraiva
After reading a few of the reviews for this book I was hesitant to pick it up, but in the end I'm glad I did. It wasn't as good as the rest of the series but I enjoyed it. Read morePublished on April 14 2004 by Elizabeth Merry
Ughhh.. I couldn't believe this book. Supposedly it was set in the 1800's england, but if you didn't know that, you could easily assume that it was set in modern day America. Read morePublished on April 7 2004 by Meg
I have read and own several Lori Wick books. I quite like "Pretense" which I have read and recommended several times. Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2004
Despite some of the reviews I read, I decided to give it a try and I found it very good. From the beginning you slowly see the changes coming over Jennings as he deals with... Read morePublished on Aug. 31 2003 by Eileen A Merry
This is Lori Wick's worst book to date. The characters seem to be made of cardboard. There's a total lack of plot going on. Read morePublished on Aug. 18 2003 by Shelby Miller
I have only read this one of Lori Wick's books, but I must say I will never read another. I was horrified by the lack of originality. Read morePublished on May 16 2003