A Lovable Villain

When I read the book Gingham Bride by Jillian Hart it wasn’t what I expected it to be. This book is a Victorian Romance but also touches on arranged marriages, abuse by the father and other areas. I liked how the young girl who is independent and gets herself a job and puts her talents to use and gets paid for it. I wrote a book review on this book I read twice and to read it you can do so by going to Gingham Bride.

In this book there are many villains you love to hate but the one I find is a lovable villain is toward the end of the book a gentleman Named Ian Mcpherson comes to visit Fiona O’Rourke and hopefully marry her. It’s then he finds out about her father and how cruel he is but because Ian spends so much time with her Dad she thinks Ian agrees with her Dad. This is where Ian is the Villain but I love this guy who seems to be a villain because toward the end she finds out Ian is giving her a choice to marry him or not no strings attached. She’s surprised at this because he’s supposed to be a villain.

I love Ian because he’s not in it for just the money or just to marry Fiona. He wants Fiona to make her own decisions and not be a slave to him. They do fall in love but I’m stopping there because you really need to read book to see how it ends.

I also hope you read my book review on it too. Please do comment and give your opinion once you read it.

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Underrated Books

There are many underrated books out there that are really good books but are they rated as such no way. In my opinion what are these books titles? In my opinion, some of the books are:

  • The Wizard Of Oz.
  • The Hardy Boys Mysteries (Hardback Book).
  • Nancy Drew Mysteries.
  • The Narnia Chronicles.
  • Animal/Pet/ Books with Animals.

These are just a few underrated books and I’m very sure there are more underrated books out there. I loved these books as a child and still love them now as an adult.  I think they’re underrated because they’re considered children’s books only. Not true. These books that I mentioned are for children/pre-teens/tweens/adults. I hope you read these books and let me know what you think and your opinion.

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AWWW…MONDAY & SPARKS

AWWW…MONDAY


SPARKS

Sometimes Sparks comes easy for me and sometimes not. Ever had that happened. On the Morning of October 6, 2018, I was reading my devotions with the Lord and came across something interesting I felt I should share with you. First let me tell you what it was about. My devotion from Our Daily Bread was called God Was at Columbine. It was about the killings at Columbine School. I know you’re probably wondering how is killing positive and encouraging. Below is what I found out and it’s positive and encouraging.

This item appeared in a newspaper after the 1999 fatal shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado:

Dear God: Why didn’t you save the children of the Littleton school?

Sincerely, a student 

Dear Student : I am not allowed in schools. Sincerely, God

Interesting thought isn’t it? Even though God may not be allowed in schools He’s always there no matter what and thankfully He is.

POSITIVE THOUGHT #1

When tragedy, heartache, and sorrow abound,

When evil appears to have conquered the right,

We center our heart on our Father’s great love,

For He will bring hope in the darkest of night. —DJD


POSITIVE THOUGHT #2

God may be doing His greatest work

when evil seems to triumph.

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