Tag: Extreme Devotion series

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PUYB Blog Tour&Review: Red Ink (Extreme Devotion series, bk 3) by Kathi Macias

PUYB Blog Tour&Review: Red Ink (Extreme Devotion series, bk 3) by Kathi Macias

About The Book:Yang Zhen-Li defies not only her Communist parents but the government as well when she marries a poor Christian peasant and converts to his faith. When she begins to distribute Christian materials, particularly to children, she is arrested and sentenced to ten years of hard labor. Will her husband and son wait for […]

Posted 8 December, 2010 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
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PUYB Blog Tour&Review: Red Ink (Extreme Devotion series, bk 3) by Kathi Macias

PUYB Blog Tour&Review: Red Ink (Extreme Devotion series, bk 3) by Kathi Macias

About The Book:Yang Zhen-Li defies not only her Communist parents but the government as well when she marries a poor Christian peasant and converts to his faith. When she begins to distribute Christian materials, particularly to children, she is arrested and sentenced to ten years of hard labor. Will her husband and son wait for […]

Posted 8 December, 2010 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 6 Comments
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PUYB Blog Tour&Review: No Greater Love(Extreme Devotion, bk 1) by Kathi Macias

PUYB Blog Tour&Review: No Greater Love(Extreme Devotion, bk 1) by Kathi Macias

About the Book: Forbidden romance, an unlikely martyr, and an even more unlikely hero. Orphaned four years earlier when their parents, active in the African National Congress ANC movement against Apartheid, were murdered, 16-year-old Chioma and her 15-year-old brother Masozi now live and work on an Afrikaner family’s farm. When Chioma and Andrew, the farm […]

Posted 20 April, 2010 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
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PUYB Blog Tour&Review: No Greater Love(Extreme Devotion, bk 1) by Kathi Macias

PUYB Blog Tour&Review: No Greater Love(Extreme Devotion, bk 1) by Kathi Macias

About the Book: Forbidden romance, an unlikely martyr, and an even more unlikely hero. Orphaned four years earlier when their parents, active in the African National Congress ANC movement against Apartheid, were murdered, 16-year-old Chioma and her 15-year-old brother Masozi now live and work on an Afrikaner family’s farm. When Chioma and Andrew, the farm […]

Posted 20 April, 2010 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 1 Comment
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