Then Came Heaven

Then Came Heaven

Book - 1997
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A nun falls in love with the father of two girls she teaches in the Polish community of 1950s Browerville, Minnesota. It happens after the girl's mother is killed in an accident. A tale of frustrated desire, until she leaves the Church for him.
Publisher: New York : Putnam, c1997
ISBN: 9780399143694
0399143696
Characteristics: xiii, 332 p. ; 24 cm

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Audrey1976
Dec 30, 2014

I so wish Lavyrle Spencer never retired! Yes, she's known as a romance author, but this novel is not just for romance readers. It is a truly heartfelt story of a man and woman who fall in love, and the obstacles and restrictions that get in the way. The author does a splendid job of describing life for a nun during this time period, where it was forbidden to even hug a parishioner. The subject matter covers grief, loss, love and family. You will love this novel.

booklady1 Feb 23, 2013

This is a special story that captures the feeling of lost love years wasted and Temptation...This is a very touching love story. I couldn't stop the tears, from falling down my face. he fond love again...and she fall in love for the first time. a story filled with the richness of friends, relatives, and acquaintances. a prince of a guy we all dream of having. FYI if you are looking for lots of sex it's not in this book. has much as I love me a hot book a BOOKWORM like myself that have been reading different genres of books since I was 2 yrs of age know that a great story is not based on sex alone. I highly recommend Morning Glory another book from this author it is a really great story! and yes sex is in that book LOL!!!

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