Lori Wick Message Board
Nicole Vandevelde posts on 12/8/2005 6:09:56 PM
I think that out of all of Lori Wicks books, that Sophies heart is the best, when I read it I start crying half way into it, and the Kensington Cronicles are excellent as well, but out of all her books, nothing can compare to Sophies heart.
Sokino Vanstory posts on 12/6/2005 8:09:56 AM
I am listening to "The Proposal." So far this has been a great book and I am loving it. However I am on tape 4 and and it states " when you go to bed tonight, read in the book of Luke, start at chapter 22 and read to the end of the book. I know I have read this many times, but after listeing to your explanation on it and reading it again last night. There was a completey different understanding. Thank you soooo much. This is my first book by you and I'm not sure why I picked it up...but its wonderful and it will not be the last one. I plan on listening to as many as I can find. I already have "The Resue"
Jennifer posts on 12/3/2005 1:53:41 PM
I get so excited when I see that Lori Wick has a new book out, especially a series. You become a part of the characters lives and it's sad when it ends. I just finished reading the second book in the Tucker Mills Trilogy, Just Above a Whisper, and I can't wait until the third one hits the shelves. Lori please hurry!
Elizabeth posts on 12/2/2005 8:35:27 PM
I remember when I started reading Lori's books, I was in grade 7. I fell in love with her books immediately. I have just finished reading the English Garden Series. They are very good books.I wouldn't have any idea of what Lori should write next, but whatever it is I'll be excited to start reading it. My mum got me started, Thanks mum, but thank you Lori, for giving me great books to read.
Renee posts on 11/28/2005 10:51:58 AM
I remember reading one of Lori's first books she wrote. It was about some college age guys and girls and they spent their winter snow skiing and driving in their jeeps. But what was the name of this book? I just can't remember? Anyone know?
Priscilla posts on 9/2/2005 2:32:32 AM
im just wondering what you would think the message of this one particular book that you wrote in the year 1999 i love reading these books its great and you don't want to put it down
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