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Handsome but restless Rick Ethier had no use for the stuffy family business, but when his grandfather laid an interesting proposition at his door, he found it hard to say no If Rich could bring a faltering magazine around to profitability within a year, he d be free to pursue his true interests.
For TwoBut Rick found an unexpected obstacle in Becky Ellison, the previous owner s daughter and the current editor of the magazine Though she loved her job, she had yearned to write fiction until a very negative review of her first published book by Rick Ethier had quashed that dream forever Had God crossed their paths to give them both a new direction Amazing Book, A Heart's Refuge by Carolyne Aarsen This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of the book A Heart's Refuge, essay by Carolyne Aarsen.
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A Heart s RefugeCarolyne AarsenInspirational Romance242 pagescopyright 2004isbn 0 373 87278xA fresh start.
Handsome but restless Rick Ethier had no use for the stuffy family business, but when his grandfather laid an interesting proposition at his door, he found it hard to say no If Rich could bring a faltering magazine around to profitability within a year, he d be free to pursue his true interests.
For TwoBut Rick found an unexpected obstacle in Becky Ellison, the previous owner s daughter and the current editor of the magazine Though she loved her job, she had yearned to write fiction until a very negative review of her first published book by Rick Ethier had quashed that dream forever Had God crossed their paths to give them both a new direction I loved this book Becky Ellison and Rick Ethier are two strong willed characters Rick moves to another city to take over his Grandfather s business, not wanting anything but to get his obligation to his grandfather complete so that he can move on He doesn t want to even like the relocation or the people Becky is already employed at the business and discovers Rick is her new boss Both find themselves attracted but also annoyed with the other I love the way they try so hard to not get involved.
This is a good, clean, Christian romance and I truly enjoyed the way faith played a part in this love story.
I loved this book Becky Ellison and Rick Ethier are two strong willed characters Rick moves to another city to take over his Grandfather s business, not wanting anything but to get his obligation to his grandfather complete so that he can move on He doesn t want to even like the relocation or the people Becky is already employed at the business and discovers Rick is her new boss Both find themselves attracted but also annoyed with the other I love the way they try so hard to not get involved.
This is a good, clean, Christian romance and I truly enjoyed the way faith played a part in this love story.
This is the first book I read by Carolyne Aarsen I only read chapter one of this book because the storyline didn t interest me it was dull boring This book was 1 of 3 books I received from my aunt I love Love Inspired books but this is the first one I didn t like.
This was a simple short read so it kept getting pushed back on my reading list It was cute A good clean romance A good Christian love story Loved itI could not put it down.
I liked all the scriptures reinforcing the story Would recommend it to my friends.
Becky not sure what to make of Rick, the new publisher of the magazine she works for They fall in love but he s running from God.

Carolyne Aarsen is a blessed to have sincere Christian parents and to be married to a committed Christian husband But her first love was always fiction Because of her isolation from any kind of writing group, Carolyne learned to write by trial and error and by taking correspondence courses while she and her husband were raising their four natural children and the numerous foster children that ca