Sweet Violet #2020

Sweet Violet By CatherinePalmer Sweet Violet Don t miss this continuation of the exciting series that began with English Ivy and continued in Wild Heather When Edmund Sherbourne is asked to find a runaway girl in India imagine his surprise when
  • Title: Sweet Violet
  • Author: CatherinePalmer
  • ISBN: 9781414313528
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sweet Violet By CatherinePalmer Don t miss this continuation of the exciting series that began with English Ivy and continued in Wild Heather When Edmund Sherbourne is asked to find a runaway girl in India, imagine his surprise when she turns out to be the beautiful and intriguing Miss Violet Rosse Can his family in Yorkshire help him transform her into a proper English lady suitable to marry the mDon t miss this continuation of the exciting series that began with English Ivy and continued in Wild Heather When Edmund Sherbourne is asked to find a runaway girl in India, imagine his surprise when she turns out to be the beautiful and intriguing Miss Violet Rosse Can his family in Yorkshire help him transform her into a proper English lady suitable to marry the man her father has chosen for her And does Edmund really want to change the woman who is transforming his own heart
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    About "CatherinePalmer"

    1. CatherinePalmer

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name Catherine Palmer lives in Atlanta with her husband, Tim, where they serve as missionaries in a refugee community They have two grown sons Cathy is a graduate of Southwest Baptist University and holds a master s degree in English from Baylor University Her first book was published in 1988 Since then she has published over 50 novels, many of them national best sellers Catherine has won numerous awards for her writing, including the Christy Award, the highest honor in Christian fiction In 2004, she was given the Career Achievement Award for Inspirational Romance by Romantic Times magazine More than 2 million copies of Catherine s novels are currently in print The Author s Work With her compelling characters and strong message of Christian faith, Catherine is known for writing fiction that touches the hearts and souls of readers Her many collections include A Town Called Hope, Treasures of the Heart, Finders Keepers, English Ivy, and the Miss Pickworth series Catherine also recently coauthored the Four Seasons fiction series with Gary Chapman, the New York Times best selling author of The Five Love Languages.

    357 thoughts on “Sweet Violet”


    1. BORING That about sums it up He loves God, she loves India and complains non stop about being sent to England because they don t have her favorite flower They have the same boring conversation over and over again The characters are boring and poorly developed and I kept wishing the book would just be over The only reason i finished it was because it bothers me not to finish a book once i start it Take my advice don t start it


    2. Okay, maybe it deserves at 2.5 Some Christian fiction can be annoyingly preachy But, the most interesting element of this story was the conversion process of Violet, the main character, to Christianity As an individual, I found her rather irritating, but the process was interesting to follow Watching the incremental steps of coming to believe in Christ was worth having to endure various doctrinal points that I personally consider incorrect However, right at the clincher, the author cutaway and l [...]


    3. While the first two books in this series take place in Yorkshire, England, this installment drops the reader into the heart of Calcutta, India and the surrounding terrain for than half of the book, while our female protagonist makes repeatedly ill advised escape attempts to avoid being relocated toyou guessed it, Yorkshire, England I have to admit that I was greatly looking forward to the high adrenaline, pulse pounding, action adventure along the way, as many references to tigers, cobras, etc [...]


    4. Another wonderful story by Catherine Palmer I love the way this third book in the series ties in the characters from the first second books I m very excited to read the last book in this series I enjoyed the lessons this book teaches on surrendering ourselves to Christ, Violet s willfullness disobedience are attributes we all struggle with And, how very important is Edmund s transformation from being legalistic traditional in his views of remaining a proper Englishman to finally accepting relati [...]


    5. This wasn t bad I just realized it is the last in the series so I plan to check out the preceding novels It took a little while for me to get into it I wasn t fond of the characters at first I feel like the book really picked up after Edmund rescues her from Krishnangar After that, I enjoyed it.


    6. Although this was not my favorite Catherine Palmer novel, I did like how she used the experience of being in a foreign country to parallel how Christians sometimes feel in today s world 1 John 4 4 6.


    7. What a fabulous look at Indian culture and the difficulty of teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to them As well as the difficulty of leaving one culture to adjust to another very different one Very fascinating read Totally unexpected plot line for a Romance novel Very interesting.


    8. It feels like there was a bunch of doctrine then some action and then some preaching then some action The action didn t fit the preaching It should have been a love story OR a conversion story It wasn t either one The writing was good but jumpy So I think Meh.


    9. I liked the consistency in Violet being headstrong and stubborn The Christian concepts discussed throughout the book is easy to relate with and the author s afterwords struck as a good personal message to me.




    10. Love this book the most out of the three books Love how the setting is in India So common to believe white English speaking people are Christians but that is not the case, even now.


    11. Set in India, a girl who is raised there comes to the real meaning of what being Christian means and finds she can t run away from God, especially not while being accompanied by a minister.




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