Undivided Heart

Undivided Heart Things are ever changing at Peerbaugh Place and Evelyn Peerbaugh is once again opening her home to new boarders This time she s got than she bargained for With one new tenant whose vanity exceeds all

  • Title: Undivided Heart
  • Author: Vonette Bright Nancy Moser
  • ISBN: 9780842371919
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • Things are ever changing at Peerbaugh Place, and Evelyn Peerbaugh is once again opening her home to new boarders This time she s got than she bargained for With one new tenant whose vanity exceeds all bounds and another who is a doormat to her dominating fiance, it seems these women will never find common ground even as they share one house But Mae, Piper, Audra, aThings are ever changing at Peerbaugh Place, and Evelyn Peerbaugh is once again opening her home to new boarders This time she s got than she bargained for With one new tenant whose vanity exceeds all bounds and another who is a doormat to her dominating fiance, it seems these women will never find common ground even as they share one house But Mae, Piper, Audra, and Tessa are all close by to keep the Sister Circle going Evelyn even finds the courage to open her heart to new love and she s not the only one The women of Peerbaugh Place are about to enter a whole new season of the heart.

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    1. While I do still really enjoy this series, the books are becoming rather formulaic: new tenants move in, some are Christians, others aren't, those that aren't quickly discover that they should be. Conversion comes so easily to the sisters and their loved ones that it seems unrealistic. Still - since I know this to be the case, it doesn't bother me too much, and there is so much else to like. I've really grown to love all the sisters, and appreciate that the ones from the earlier books still show [...]

    2. GoodI have enjoyed the series , characters that real with real struggles with self. Love the scriptures at the beginning of every chapter. Reading on

    3. Yayyyyy!I am enjoying this series so much! I feel so blessed to have found them. Such great stories about sisterhood, Christ and bonding. I love it!

    4. This third book in the Sister Circle series is a good read. As with the other books, I enjoyed the fact that it was more relaxed reading. I also appreciated the fact that the book shows normal relationships and doesn't glorify relationships filled with drama and worldliness.Book three also brings back more of the characters I enjoyed from the other books. I enjoyed seeing the growth in old characters and being introduced to new characters. Even the new characters really grew on me by the end of [...]

    5. Although they seem like a light, easy read, there is a lot of depth to the Sister Circle series if you reflect on them. Each lady has her own unique personality quirks that are common to all of us, but are so strong that they are causing problems in the person's life. It is interesting to watch how their lives are molded and shaped spiritually, sometimes causing those same weaknesses to become strengths that are used to help others. It causes this reader to ask herself which of those characteris [...]

    6. this is the third in a series of women who live in a boardinghouse and their stories about coming to Christ. With each book there is a different set of characters that live in the house but we also learn about the lives of the women who previously lived there. Well done and easy to read. Enjoyed every page. I guess you could classify it as Christian chic lit.

    7. A borderline sappy Christian novel that had just enough of a good story that I read 2 more in the series.

    8. as with the first and second book, loved the characters and was a great Christian read about women and real problems and how it shows with our faith in God, anything is reachable.

    9. Despite some cheesy aspects of this series I really enjoy them. I like how all the characters are different and flawed. And I love the friendships among the original characters.

    10. I enjoyed some of the story line but the rest was unrealistic religious cliches that I've heard most of my life.

    11. Really do like this series of books.I really like the friendship among all the characters and how they always look out for each other.I also really liked how the new characters Margaret and Lucinda progressed and fitted into PerburghPlace. I have only dropped the rating slightly because of Pipers character, I really don't like her Looking forward to reading the next instalment.

    12. This is the third book in the "Sister Circle" series. I have a mixed review because I LOVE the ladies and DEARLY love the whole "sister circle" concept, but there is definitiely a legalistic approach to the Christian agenda in the book and sometimes that can almost make me want to stop reading yet I love the ladies so much that I have to see what happens next :-)

    13. The sister circle series reminds me of how soul friendships are made: painful at first but eventually becomes a strong cord that holds women through tough times. I value my soul sisters and am grateful for their love, they never give up on me even when I misbehave Thank you Chi, Mira, Cyn, Ms, Vedan, Sarah, Nky,Ubabes

    14. Not only do women become Sisters of the Faith, they seem to find love. Will Evelyn find love in this 3rd book of the series?Lucinda and Margaret moves in and God is not done with them. The Sister Circle have some powerful prayers.347 pages

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