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Jessica posts on 3/19/2009 6:46:28 PM I love Lori Wick's books. I've read and reread each one in print. I hope there are MANY MANY MORE! They lift me when I am discouraged and give me great examples of how to invest love in my marriage. The sweet spirit and hope each one brings reminds me what life is all about. Each time I read one I am encouraged to delve deeper into the scriptures and seek out the peace and joy each storyline teaches about. Thank you thank you for clean, Christian romance.
ong posts on 3/10/2009 8:18:45 AM Thank you and thank God for your books, Lori. I enjoyed the spiritual insights, prayer and evangelistic spirit of the stories. The stress on purity and warning against unequal yoke are very good for our young people to read. Preferably no encouragement of kissing for unmarried couples since Bible says in 1Co 7:1 Now concerning the things whereof ye wrote unto me: It is good for a man not to touch a woman.
Cheak posts on 3/9/2009 3:44:27 AM Woohoo! thanks for writing these books! i LOVE them! i am 12 years old this year and i'm from Singapore! i have read about 12 books already(from our national libraries)... all of them are very interesting. sometimes, i even 'fight' over these books with my mother as both of us loves to read your books and especially when we only borrowed 1 book.i hope to read more of your books..



James Haron posts on 3/5/2009 3:01:11 PM Just wanted to know if anyone knows what type of church Lori Wick goes to? My wife and I would like to find one soon. Thanks and God bless.
april posts on 1/9/2009 12:04:22 PM Are there any movies based on Lori Wick's books? The Tucker Mills Trilogy would make a great movie!
Shirley Cox posts on 1/8/2009 5:31:34 PM My husband(who is almost blind) love all your books. I wonder if there is a list somewhere of all the large ptint books avaiable? We get some from Amazon, some from the library and some from Barnes and Noble but we would like to read them in order. Please help us with. We love your books. Shirley Cox
Carol van Rensburg posts on 12/8/2008 12:05:05 PM Hi, I live in South Africa and ever since a good friend of mine introduced me to Choclate moments by Lori Wick - I was hooked. The easy manner in which you write, make it very easy for an Afrikaans speaking person to read. Your books re Cassidy and Sabbrina took me places I would have loved to be and learned me lessons regarding faith, you won't believe. Thank you for using the talent God has given you, to enrich our lives. God bless.
Linda posts on 12/6/2008 2:08:42 AM I was sure that Sabrina had a second child named Nettie. This either occurred in the book "Sabrina" or early in the book "Jessie". However, toward the end of "Jessie", Sabrina gives birth to a second son and Nettie is never mentioned. Did I miss something?
Naa Amerley Amarteifio posts on 11/25/2008 3:08:26 PM I live in Ghana a country in Africa an ever since my mum introduced me to Lori Wick i just haven't been able to stop. Everytime i read a Lori Wick book i learn something new that helps me dra closer to God. Many of my mates who have read Lori Wick's books feel the same. Thank you for these books Hope God will continue to use you to reach more of today's youth Many of us need Him in our lives today.
Peighton posts on 11/5/2008 4:54:22 PM Lori wick's books were the first christian romance novels I ever read- and the reason I still read romance novels at all. Thanks so much for writing clean, good novels that younger audiences can learn from and enjoy too.
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