Deep in the Heart of Trouble (5 Cds)
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About "Deep in the Heart of Trouble (5 Cds)"
A Texas-Sized Tale of Unexpected Love. Essie Spreckelmeyer is the last woman anyone in Corsicana, Texas, expected to see with a man on her arm. Independent and outspoken, she's known more for riding bicycles in outrageous bloomers than for catching a man's eye. And the last man who seems willing to give her a second glance is Tony Morgan, newly hired at Spreckelmeyer's oil company. The disinherited son of an oil baron, Tony wants most to restore his name and regain his lost fortune--not lose his heart to this headstrong blonde. She confounds, contradicts, and confuses him. Sometimes he doesn't know if she's driving him toward the aisle or the end of his rope. That's how life is...Deep in the Heart of Trouble
Meet the Author
Deeanne Gist, the bestselling author of A Bride Most Begrudging and The Measure of a Lady, has a background in education and journalism. Her credits include People magazine, Parents, and Parenting. With a line of parenting products called "I Did It! Productions" and a degree from Texas A and M, she continues her writing and speaking. She and her family live in Houston, Texas. Visit Deeanne's Web site at www.deeannegist.com
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If you are able to get your hands on "Courting Trouble" by Deeanne Gist, this novel "Deep in the Heart of Trouble" follows as a sequel. I'm not sure many people could read "Courting Trouble" and not be curious to know what becomes of Essie because she is a most refreshingly delightful character! It is not at all necessary to read both to follow the story - but I enjoyed reading them back to back. This might not reach the top of anyone's favorite list, but I must admit there was never a dull moment. Essie shares a packed lunch with God half way through the novel and it wasn't offensive but a bit irreverent when someone ate "Christ's dessert". Essie is choosing to put God first in her life and the idea is noble but the dialogue made me briefly uncomfortable. Otherwise I found the novel very solid and quite lovely.