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City Girl
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In the third and last of the Yellow Rose Triology, City Girl continues the charm of the Rawling's Family Life.
Reagan Sullivan decides to leave New York for a job in Texas to broaden her life experiences.
Little did she know the different ways she would be touched by this adventure.
This book shares the enjoyment of meeting new people and learning about new and different ways people live. It teaches about sacrifice and responsibility and of course love and respect.
It is a good read.
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on January 22, 2003
I have just recently started reading Lori Wick books, and have read the entire Yellow Rose Trilogy. I liked the books because I didn't have to worry about the language or violence, etc. However, I was a couldn't help but notice that not once was the word baptism mentioned in any of the books. This is such an essential step in the salvation process, and to have left it out is very misleading. (See Acts 2:38 and Mark 16:16 and many more.)
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on December 14, 2002
I just LOVE how she writes creatively! Man! I'm practically tearing out the library under the section of her books by checking them out! I really, VERY, ADMIRE HER...:)
-from Spain..an MK going to a christian school for MKs and for Americans
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on October 19, 2002
This book is the final installment in the Yellow Rose Trilogy. It is centered around Cash, the oldest of Rawlings boys. Lori did a good job writing this one, but it didn't grab a hold of me like Every Little Thing About You- the first book in the series. Though I really grew fond of Regan. She was quite spunky and impetuous which I like in a character. If you are a hopeless romantic then this is the book for you.
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on October 21, 2001
I thought that this book was great! I love how Lori Wick can base such a great romance on Christianity. One person said that it was so unreal how Reagan moved right in to Cash's house. And how unlikely it was that the church didn't bat an eyelash. If you read carefully you find out that the church wasn't a church that jugded, but excepted as long as God said it was O.K..
Also, you will find that back then, that kind of thing happened a lot, especially when someone was hurt or sick. I think you ought to read up on things to make sure they're true before you say it isn't right.
In all the book's length, trials, love and loss, this was a GREAT book!!!
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on October 21, 2001
I thought that this book was great! I love how Lori Wick can base such a great romance on Christianity. One person said that it was so unreal how Reagan moved right in to Cash's house. And how unlikely it was that the church didn't bat an eyelash. If you read carefully you find out that the church wasn't a church that jugded, but excepted as long as God said it was O.K..
Also, you will find that back then, that kind of thing happened a lot, especially when someone was hurt or sick. I think you ought to read up on things to make sure they're true before you say it isn't right.
In all the book's length, trials, love and loss, this was a GREAT book!!!
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on September 7, 2001
I loved this book!! Reagan's distrust of men even went as far as not trusting God. However, when she gave her heart to Christ, her fears slowly went away. Cash never rushed her. He waited for her to fall in love with him in her own time. I loved this book!! It is one I will always keep!!
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on June 10, 2001
I did enjoy reading all three books in this series. However, I did find the situation of Reagan "moving in" to Cash's house a little unreal. Especially back in those days, women just didn't do those kinds of things. And no one at the church batted an eyelash! Go figure...
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on April 29, 2001
I'm not sure why this book is getting thumbs down from other readers. As I often feel with Lori Wick books, you need to pay attention to the characters before you get them confused, but that enhances the mind-building of reading and is good mental exercise. I read this entire book in an evening, and again the next day. It isn't quite Sophie's Heart, but it is a very good book!
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on April 9, 2001
I would have to say that this was one of the worst series by Lori Wick that I have read. I have read all of her books and I was so excited when I learnt that she was writing the Yellow Rose Trilogy. They were a huge letdown though. In this book the story seemed to drag on and it didn't seem real at all. It was good to see how Slater and Dakota were coping with their marriages but, overall it was a very disappointing series.
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