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She Always Wore Red (Fairlawn V2) [Paperback]

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Pages   382
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.24" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.96"
Weight:   0.7 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   May 1, 2008
Publisher   Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN  1414311702  
EAN  9781414311708  


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Jennifer Graham--mother, student, and embalmer's apprentice--could use a friend. She finds one in McLane Larson, a newcomer to Mt. Dora, and is delighted to learn that the young woman is expecting a baby. While McLane's soldier-husband serves overseas, Jen promises to support McLane and then learns that her tie to this woman goes far deeper than friendship. When a difference of opinion threatens their relationship, Jennifer discovers weaknesses in her own character . . . and a faith far stronger than shehad imagined.

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Jennifer Graham--mother, student, and embalmer's apprentice--could use a friend. She finds one in McLane Larson, a newcomer to Mt. Dora, and is delighted to learn that the young woman is expecting a baby. While McLane's soldier-husband serves overseas, Jen promises to support McLane and then learns that her tie to this woman goes far deeper than friendship. When a difference of opinion threatens their relationship, Jennifer discovers weaknesses in her own character . . . and a faith far stronger than she had imagined.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Christy-Award winner Angela Hunt is the best-selling author of The Tale of Three Trees, The Note, and The Nativity Story. She has written over one hundred books in fiction and nonfiction, for children and adults. She and her husband make their home in Florida.


Angela Elwell Hunt currently resides in Tampa, in the state of Florida. Angela Elwell Hunt was born in 1957.

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Wonderful and interesting story  Jan 31, 2010
I've read all of the Fairlawn series books and found them interesting and entertaining. I would never thought I would care for a story line built around a funeral home but Mrs Hunt writes with humor and compassion about a time we all must face. I visited Mt Dora, Florida before I knew about the books and found it to be almost exactly as it is described in the books. A charming Southern town steeped in Southern traditions. Be sure and read all three books in order.
 
Good, not great.  Jun 12, 2009
A sequel to Doesn't She Look Natural?, the story picks up several months later. Jennifer Graham is now taking courses to become a mortician. She seems to have settled into the Mt. Dora community and her boys are making friends. Gerald still works at the funeral home and surprise, surprise, Jennifer's unknown half-sister arrives, bringing her own drama.

For the coverage of such serious issues as racism and abortion, the story is still very light and trite, with little depth or character development. McLane seems to be a good addition, but her father is a stereotyped caricature rather than a developed character.

Predictably, the story wraps up neatly, although it's not a completely happy ending. Christian lessons are learned along the way.

My big complaint with this story is the same one I had with the first book: the narration. Jen's story is told in first-person, which I rarely like. The chapters then alternate between Jen and the other characters like her sister, Gerald, and her son. These supporting characters aren't written as first-person, but are an awkward present-tense third-person narrative. It was very annoying and quite distracting. The story would have been much stronger had the author maintained the same style throughout it.

Like the first one, I'd give it 2.5 stars if I could. Good, not great.
 
She Always Wore Red  Apr 30, 2009
I have read the first and second book so far and felt they are great with the exception of book 2 (She Always Wore Read). The first 2/3 of the book was hard to put down...then she started making her (sister) the main subject and that's all she talked about the rest of the book. Like she was a heroine. She wasn't (in my opinion). She disobeyed her father with great disrespect. Second, she appears to not be a Christian...which is her choice, and even wants the abortion. Then she goes on and on after the baby dies. It disturbed me that Jen even side stepped her Mom. You made Jen's Mom appear to be a villian because she had emotional feelings for the "sister". All thru the book, I was expecting the story to end that the sister was a fraud. (I guess because the mother of that girl really really hurt the Mom by sleeping with her husband. No other characters are hardly mentioned and the moment the sister wants to talk, Jen drops everything to give her undivided attention. She keeps calling her Mom a meddler. I think her Mom is more of a "heroine" than that. Seems that she is constantly sacrificing for her daughter, in spite of her age and wanting to be at home with her friends in Virginia. So far the third book is much better. But it seems she still tears down her Mom quite a bit.
 
Pleasurable Reading  Jan 13, 2009
The book was an entirely new subject, although a little ghastly at times. As usual, however, author Anita Hunt wound her tale so that I was never sure of the outcome. She makes you want to come back for more.
 
Even Better than "Natural"  Oct 10, 2008
I liked this book even better than the first book in the series, "Doesn't She Look Natural". I stayed up half the night reading it and wasn't disappointed. I also recommend "Unspoken:. I am amazed by the amount of research that goes into her books.
 

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