Sarah Bathurst


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Smashwords book reviews by Sarah Bathurst

  • A Gentle Magic on Feb. 05, 2011
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    This book is delightful and refreshing I enjoyed reading it and hope to read more from this author/s.
  • Dark After Dawn on Feb. 15, 2011
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    I enjoyed this book. The strength of the women was refreshing and also depicted the lack of control women had in their lives in past centuries. Greed and power is always a strong motivation for men and women. Though as a mother I find myself wanting to slap Elena sensless because while she is safely off building her empire her daughter is being tortured-and lifes in jepardy. I think I know where you were going with the book that women are inteligent and resourceful but though Mia ends up with a true love in the end, which is lovely a mother still left her child to suffer
  • A Gambler's Magic on Feb. 28, 2011
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    We could all use a little MAC magic in our lives. This book reflects the many challenges people (especially chistrians) have in their lives when they work to resolve the conflicts of childhood. Well written and just the right touch of humor. a Joy to read! LOL
  • The Cold Wife on Feb. 28, 2011
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    This story depicts the state of women's choices during this time period in America. However, we know that women here and around the the are still given in marriage to men they have no choice in marrying. a his story delightfully turned out well and love came to light for this young women but not for another. Well written and reflective as it induced emotions that left me anger and happy. Recommend as a good book for young women because charming men still can be the ruin of many young women's life.
  • His Redeeming Bride on Feb. 28, 2011
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    Neil is a complex individuals band this book offers an explanation of his behaviors left unmentioned when he was a villain and selfish lazy person in another book. it is a blessed story ofvredemption, love, and charity. It reminds me to never judge another by outward appearances. it made me sad and I wanted to say ok that enough move on with this it is getting old with the mother-in-law. Good follow up story for a series.
  • What Nathan Wants on Feb. 28, 2011
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    Ok I wanted to slap him and hated seeing getting his way. However, glad they both found love in this unconventional approach. Not exactly what I like in a love story.
  • Loving Eliza on Feb. 28, 2011
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    delightful, charming, and sweet. Just what a person wants in a love story.
  • Eye of the Beholder on Feb. 28, 2011

    Loved this book, itbis well written and endearing, perfect love story. what every women wants in a man to look below the surface to the beauty Inside. BEAUTIFUL LOVE STORY!!!!!
  • Falling in Love with Her Husband on Feb. 28, 2011
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    Loved it!!!
  • An Unlikely Place for Love on March 01, 2011

    charming, witty, and romantic story. Full of Chuckles and suspense. I really enjoyed this story.
  • Christmas Pie on March 02, 2011

    Occasionally I read a book that I feel would make a good Christmas Movie. This book is one of the most warm, delightful, refreshing stories I've read in a long time and I've read a lot of books over the last year. it is a prefect book to read over the holidays or on a rainy day and you want to cuddle under a blanket, relax, and slip away into a delightful story. Well written, easy twists and turns, and a hero. Truly Delightful!
  • Boooooo!!!!! God's Manual On Fear. on March 07, 2011

    This book caught my eye just when I needed some reminders. It is very clear, direct, with no garbage. Love it shared the the to all of these books on my Fscebook with my friends and family. THANK GOD for giving you the guidance to write these.
  • The Man from Shenandoah on April 05, 2011
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    all I can say is loved it!
  • Suspicions of the Heart on April 05, 2011
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    Intriguing and delightful story
  • Heart of the Wild on April 05, 2011
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    Really liked reading this story. would recommend it. Romance and suspense
  • Homeward Hearts on April 05, 2011
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    I just loved this story with villains, vulerable man, strong yet tender female. You 'll really enjoy this story.
  • Montana Born and Bred on April 05, 2011
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    Excellent, and depicted the blight of women during that era. Yet had the unsong hero that we all read romance novels to enjoy. Tough and tender yet loyal and responsible. Of course there are Manu villains in this story and not all male. You'll like this one
  • A Taste of Heaven on April 05, 2011
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    I felt so sorry for Libby and for the tough and reclusive hero. Good story
  • The Overlanders Bride on April 05, 2011
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    Many stories in this book all connected. Well written and enjoyable.
  • The Far Side of Lonesome on April 05, 2011
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    This was a good story of people who put doing the right thing and standing by Christian values. Really beautiful story.
  • A Match Made In Texas (Contemporary Western Romance) on April 05, 2011
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    Don't think twice about buying and reading this authos stories they are all excellent and you'll love reading anything she writes
  • To His Lady's Rescue (Historical Regency Romance) on April 12, 2011
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    nice story
  • Adam's Temptation on April 12, 2011

    This was a well written and enjoyable story showing the personal struggles where the merging of who two people are behind the masks come together and find love
  • The Cowboy's Surrender (Contemporary Western Romance) on April 12, 2011

    Great story
  • The Doctor Wears A Stetson (Contemporary Western Romance) on April 12, 2011

    Loved it,
  • Midnight My Love on April 12, 2011

    hhis is a delightful story
  • No Fences on Aug. 03, 2011

    As an avid reader I would like to recommend Ray Davis's book "No Fences" This book is a must read for anyone who wants to learn about the plight of the Wild Horses and Burro's, American history, our countries financial challenges, and the urgent need for everyone to join together and put an end to the roundups plus the exporting of Horses and Burros to other countries to be slaughtered in the most cruel inhuman manner. Ray's book is well written and researched I'd love to start a fund to purchase a book for every member of congress and send it to them as they bury their heads to avoid having to stand up and do the right thing. I'd love to see this book in every school and public library and on a list of books schools recommend for adolescents as it shows the challenges and choices young people make that effect their lives long term. It reflects on the need for social responsibility and the core values that families are responsible for instilling in their children. It weaves within it tasteful romance and emotional challenges every person experiences when involved in relationships. Both men and women will enjoy this book. This is a book parents should read and also they don't have to be afraid to buy it for their children. Thank you, Ray Davis for writing this book and for all of the energy and efforts you put into saving the Wild Horses and Burro's of America.