A Touch of Grace

Daughters of Blessing, Book 3
Narrated by: Renee Ertl
Length: 8 hrs and 20 mins
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Eighteen-year-old Grace Knutson loves Blessing, North Dakota, and sees no reason to leave. She's more serious-minded than her twin sister, Sophie, and very sensitive to the feelings of others. In spite of her family's disapproval, Grace has always had a soft spot in her heart for Toby Valders, for she's seen the vulnerable side he keeps well hidden. Jonathan Gould, the handsome scion of a wealthy New York family, creates a flurry of anticipation and speculation when he arrives in Blessing. Jonathan's father wants him to learn the value of manual labor and to appreciate the accomplishments of those not born to wealth. Surprisingly, the "city boy" takes to farm life and actually enjoys working from dawn to dusk alongside the others. Soon he finds himself inexplicably drawn to gentle, courageous Grace.

©2008 Lauraine Snelling (P)2011 Oasis

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great book to read

loved it, all of the series go well together. just waiting for 3 of the series to be put on audio

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needs Stina Nelson back as narrator

as usual, snelling produces a great story. but after hearing the wonderful Stina Nelson bring the previous books on this family to life, this narrator hit a sour note. she really should have listened to her predecessor.