Lori Wick Message Board
Sara posts on 1/26/2006 10:34:56 PM
I too have loved Lori Wick's books for years and have read most of them at least twice. I'd have to say that Sophie's Heart is one of my favorites. I love the characters she created in Sophie and Alec, and the story takes place near my home town. I grew up in the same town Lori lives in. In 1994, shortly after Who Brings Forth the Wind came out, my husband took that book up to her house and had it autographed for me. She asked him to have me come up for tea the next day and visit with her. I did, and that day was my birthday! I get a kick out of seeing who she dedicates her books to because sometimes I know who they are. I can't wait for the next book to release!
Teresa posts on 1/25/2006 12:48:12 PM
Every one of Lori Wick's books (the one's I've read so far - about 10) have given a clear explanation of the plan of salvation. It is so inspiring and I know God will use them to reach others. I love all of them and have read some twice already.
Amy posts on 1/25/2006 11:47:38 AM
I have read every one of her books at least 3 times, some of them more, since I was a teenager. My mom, sisters, and I pass them around. When I was overseas with my husband, in Japan, they would ship each new one to me as soon as they came out.
My favorites are Pretense (read it at least 15 times)...I love how in depth she goes into the characters...and Who Brings Forth the Wind, the best romantic book she has written! Hm...I could go on, actually. I've been collecting her since I was about 15 and now I am almost 30, and I am still a huge fan!
Cindy posts on 1/18/2006 12:56:14 AM
Hi First of all let me say that I love Lori Wick I have read every book that she has written so far and I can't wait for the next one. I read the second book in the Tucker Mills Trilogy right after it came out about a year ago I guess and have been waiting anxiously every since for the third one in the series.Does anyone know if it is out yet or when it is due out. If so please let me know. Thanks
SANDRA YOUNG posts on 1/16/2006 3:43:45 PM
First let me say that I love your books all of them ., but I was thinking if maybe you can continue your books all of them .write about their children , like the pretense tell what after the marriages ,write another book that goes with this or like promise me tomorrow ,write about Rusty and Chase children what happen to them . Right now I would love a new Lori Wick book I have read all of them over and over again . thank you ,and God bless you.
Karen posts on 1/13/2006 6:25:29 PM
I love ALL of Lori Wick's books. The one I just got through reading is "Pretense". It was very good, but difficult reading because of the subject matter. It's hard to fall so in love with characters and then have bad things happen to them.
Emily posts on 1/10/2006 10:25:49 PM
I have looked in several places. On Amazon there was a listing for an audiobook copy of the third tucker mills book--keep a candle burning. But there was no date for release and nothing about a paperback. So I am not sure what is going on with that...
Jeannette posts on 1/10/2006 9:25:00 PM
Please let me know if there is any new novels coming out. I have read everyone that is listed. Let me know if there is more.
Emily posts on 1/9/2006 9:59:47 PM
I just finished Just Above a Whisper and am very anxious for the conclusion to this series as well. I enjoy her books, but have some issues with some of her phrase choices--ie. how she says "that man" all the time. My absolute favorite of hers is The Princess. I love the tender story. I think I have read it more than any other book I have ever read.
Kimberly Kibler posts on 1/9/2006 12:17:02 PM
I have just finished the first two books of the Tucker Mills Trilogy that I recieved for Christmas. (Moonlight on Mill Pond, and Just above a Whisper) Does anyone know when the last book is due out or how I can find out?
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