Never Give Up

Never Give Up When they adopt an injured fawn the Howard sisters find themselves appreciating the wonders of spring in new ways When they discover a sweet little fawn in distress what can the Howard sisters do bu

  • Title: Never Give Up
  • Author: Pam Hanson Barbara Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780824948702
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • When they adopt an injured fawn, the Howard sisters find themselves appreciating the wonders of spring in new ways When they discover a sweet little fawn in distress, what can the Howard sisters do but try to find it a proper home At the same time, when Louise spots her latest student behind the wheel of a car instead of in front of a keyboard, she also finds herself inWhen they adopt an injured fawn, the Howard sisters find themselves appreciating the wonders of spring in new ways When they discover a sweet little fawn in distress, what can the Howard sisters do but try to find it a proper home At the same time, when Louise spots her latest student behind the wheel of a car instead of in front of a keyboard, she also finds herself in a difficult situation And Jane is enjoying the company of an antiques expert and learning a thing or two about kindness, careful shopping, and making old things new.

    One thought on “Never Give Up”

    1. While reading any of the books from this series I always feel a sense of tranquility and calm. The characters are like friends of mine. I would love to walk the neighbor they live in, attend Grace Chapel and stay at the bed and breakfast.

    2. This was somewhat different as the sisters take in a fawn that was left on the roadside, but it turned out well for all. Really enjoy the Grace Chapel Inn books.

    3. DisruptiveThis is a very good read for those who like details the story its self was wonderful very educational about wild life and collecting

    4. I love this series. I am slowly reading them and collecting them. I just love them. Oh, how I would love to live in Acorn Hill. I know. I say that every time I read one of these but I mean it.This one is about never giving up the title states. Don't give up looking for treasures at flea markets. :-) Don't give up on God's creation, care for it the best you can and leave the results up to God. And, most importantly never give up on yourself when you are struggling to learn something and it is har [...]

    5. There were several topics in this story, the one of the Howard sister finding a doe in the middle of the road, taking care of it, was sweet and compassionate. A topic I found very interesting, (because I deal with antiques and collectibles), was the treasure hunt for antique postcards. There was some very good information about finding the "real" deal. One of the characters,a guest at Grace Chapel Inn, who did this, was a spokesperson for a charity that went around to different places- garage sa [...]

    6. Another great entry into this series about three sisters who live in Acorn Hill, PA and they turn their old family home into a B&B after the death of their father. In this book, Louise is challenged by a young piano student who wants her to give her driving lessons. Alice is tasked with taking care of an orphaned fawn and Jane strikes up a friendship with a guest who is also an antiques expert.Lovely stories, wonderful characters, nothing offensive. I love these books.

    7. Another Grace Chapel Inn book that is worth reading. This story tells of antiquing, compassion for all living things, and patience in difficult tasks. Again one of my favorite series and all of the books have been great!

    8. Great story. Nice to read a book with no violence, sex or gay people in it. I am enjoying "The Tales From Grace Chapel Inn" series.

    9. I love this series. I feel like I am visiting old friends every time I read one of the books in this series, and this book didn't let me down.

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