Two Classy Chics writes, “Echoes of Mercy is a beautifully crafted novel that combines so many different factors in the story line that you cannot help be be enthralled all the way through it.”
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Award-winning author Kim Vogel Sawyer’s new title Echoes of Mercy is featured on USATODAY.com.
Highlighted in the article “We have a miracle of new inspirational romances,” Sawyer is also noted as one of the site’s favorite romance authors.
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A past filled with shame can be washed away with a love that conquers all.
Born to an unloving prostitute in a popular Chicago brothel, timid seventeen-year-old Dinah Hubley was raised amidst the secrets held in every dark, grimy room of her home. Anxious to escape, Dinah pursues her dream of becoming a Harvey Girl, waiting tables along the railroad in an upscale hotel. But when she finds out she isnt old enough, her only option is to accept a job as a chambermaid at the Clifton Hotel in Florence, Kansas. Eager to put everything behind her, Dinah feels more worthless than ever, based on a single horrible decision she made to survive.
What Once Was Lost by Kim Vogel Sawyer follows the lives of individuals and a community effected by a devastating fire. It’s a story that deals with loss, grief, and recovery, and are real-life issues that my family and I have experienced.
While living in Florida, our family of six was hit by the “No Name Storm of the Century.” Hitting our home at high tide, the 14-16 feet waves ripped off the hurricane shutters and broke out windows, as the water rushed through our house, sweeping furniture, household items, toys, and personal items out into the Gulf of Mexico.
During the storm, none of our possessions seem to matter anymore, only the safety of each other and our four daughters.
Surviving through the storm surge, we were evacuated the next day, and spent the next [ … ]
Sometimes a secret must be kept for the truth to be revealed.
When a suspicious accident occurs at the famous Dinsmore Chocolate Factory in Sinclair, Kansas, Caroline Lang goes undercover as a factory worker to investigate the circumstances surrounding the event and how the factory treats its youngest employeesthe child workers. Carolines fervent faith, her difficult childhood, and compassionate heart drove her to her job as an investigator for the Labor Commission and she is compelled to see children freed from such heavy adult responsibilities, to allow them to pursue an education.
The Christian Manifesto states about award-winning author Kim Vogel Sawyer’s new novel, What Once Was Lost:
“This story was by far my favorite by this author. I got dragged in so completely that I devoured this book and was sad to put it down. The thing I loved most about the story was the gritty and realistic feeling throughout it. I never once felt that something was unrealistic or implausible. The authors descriptions and amazing character development kept this story at a good pace and made my minds eye go crazy with color and feelings. I loved this storyline so much!”
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Award-winning uthor Kim Vogel Sawyer’s new novel, What Once Was Lost, is highlighted in USATODAY.com’s Inspiration for the day: New romance releases article.
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A woman meant to serve, a child in the dark, a man standing apartcan these three [ … ]