Child of Grace by Lori Copeland

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Eva Jean Roberts, E.J., has come home to Cullen’s Corner. Everyone, especially Gram, is wondering why. People born in Cullen’s Corner tend, like Newton’s First Law of Motion, to remain inert—to live, work, breathe, marry, and die right here in the Corner. Those who do leave tend to keep going, with no inclination to look back. E.J. belonged to the latter. And now she is back? After 18 years?

“Lori Copeland has hit a home run with this love story. I fell in love with Cullen’s Corner, with Gabe, and most of all with Eva Jean. She came home to Cullen’s Corner when her life fell apart. She’s about to discover God’s breathtakingly beautiful plan to put it back together. Child of Grace is a masterpiece.”
--Dee Henderson, author of Danger in the Shadows and The Guardian

About Lori Copeland

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Lori Copeland was born on June 12, 1941. She began writing for the secular book market in 1982 when she was 40 years old. She switched to the Christian book market in 1995. She has written over 100 books including A Morning Shade Mystery series, Men of the Saddle series, and Belles of Timber Creek series. She has won several awards including the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award, The Holt Medallion, and Walden Books' Best Seller award. She was inducted into the Missouri Writers Hall of Fame.
Published August 15, 2012 by Mission Books. 231 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Comics & Graphic Novels, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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This repetitive, tidy Sunday School lesson will quickly lose the interest of Christian readers seeking gritty characters, compelling love stories and realistic resolutions.

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