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eBook That Certain Spark (Thorndike Christian Fiction) epub
  • ISBN: 1410421619
  • Author: Cathy Marie Hake
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thorndike Pr; Large Print edition (December 2, 2009)
  • Pages: 459 pages
  • ePUB size: 1940 kb
  • FB2 size 1866 kb
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Title: That Certain Spark (Thorndike Christian Fiction) Author(s): Cathy Marie Hake ISBN: 1-4104-2161-9 .

Ships from and sold by BooksForBlessings. Christian fiction writer Hake, who is also a nurse, offers her fans a mixed blend of fun, witticism and romance and a theme of medicine, with scenarios involving the care and keeping of man and beast. Against a backdrop of male chauvinist prejudice and smalltown small-mindedness, twins Enoch and his sister Taylor Bestman, veterinarian and medical doctor respectively, arrive in Gooding, Te. with the best of intentions.

Cover design by Jennifer Parker. This book is dedicated to Jesus Christ, who showed the ultimate courage by going to the cross. Art direction by Paul Higdon. His love cleanses me, humbles me, and woos me. With that certain spark only He can give and foster, I’m able to step out in faith. Jesus is my example, my Lord and Savior. I want to walk in His footsteps, sit at His feet and be brave enough to love as He taught. He is my everything, and I praise His name. Books by. Cathy Marie Hake. From bethany house publishers.

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That Certain Spark - eBook. By: Cathy Marie Hake.

That Certain Spark: Only in Gooding! Series, Book 4 (MP3 Book). Published December 1st 2009 by Thorndike Press. Large Print, Hardcover, 459 pages. Author(s): Cathy Marie Hake. ISBN: 1410421619 (ISBN13: 9781410421616).

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Inspirational Readers Choice winner Cathy Marie Hake whisks listeners away to 1890s Texas where the townsfolk of Gooding are shocked . I'm loving the Cathy Marie Hake books and started right in on this one. It was excruciating! I just couldn't listen any more.

Inspirational Readers Choice winner Cathy Marie Hake whisks listeners away to 1890s Texas where the townsfolk of Gooding are shocked their new doctor is a woman. The men vow to boycott the lady doctor and send her packing. But when her medical skill saves.

That Certain Spark is just another great vacation read. Wish Hake would write more. That Certain Spark by Cathy Marie Hake ISBN: Publication Date: Aug. 09 Publisher: Bethany House From the Publi. Your source for daily deals on Christian fiction book deals and non-fiction book deals. A spunky romance from a bestselling novelist: A small town in Texas is up in arms when their new doctor turns out to be a woman.

All I read is Christian historical fiction - I have hundreds of books . Letter Perfect," "Bittersweet," "Fancy Pants," "Forevermore," and "Whirlwind". you simply must read "That Certain Spark". We once again visit the town of Gooding,Texas where the new doctor and new vet are met at the railroad station with mixed feelings.

Gooding, Texas, is about to gain a double blessing--a veterinarian and a doctor. But when siblings Enoch and Taylor Bestman arrive, the discovery that Taylor is a lady doctor has the town up in arms. Especially Karl Van der Vort, the town blacksmith, who becomes the first patient...against his will. Though hesitant to believe in Taylor's doctoring skills, Karl finds himself oddly protective of this surprising woman who dares to drive about town on her own, wearing the color red, for heaven's sake! Taylor, on the other hand, wants only to prove that doctoring is her life's calling, despite the town's opposition. The result? Pride meets attraction head-on, and sparks begin to fly.
Comments: (7)
This book is from the early 1800's and covers a lot of the prejudices that existed then. Dr Tracy Bestman and her twin brother Enoch arrived in town to a welcoming committee, many of whom were shocked that Tracy was a woman. She was the medical Dr., and Enoch was the vet. Both were excellent in their own fields, but some of the townspeople did not want a woman Dr., especially to heal men. Both were lousy cooks so needed to hire someone to cook and clean for them.

Tracy's first major medical emergency was Karl, a huge, muscled blacksmith who had several pieces of iron imbedded in his leg and was in danger of loosing his leg. Tracy was able to get the iron out of his leg and get him back to work, even though her was brought in to her in a wheelbarrow! He was torn between accepting her help and feeling very apprehensive about her working on him. He admired her spunk and expertise, and she was attracted to him and his "peasant" ways. He instantly became her protector, even though the townspeople tried to make her leave. They went as far as to make mud messes in her surgery. Through it all, she kept working and doing her best.

Enoch was accepted right away and they guys tried to get him to work on them instead of letting Tracy work on them, but they stuck together.

This book was written with a lot of humor and love, and pulls you into it, as if though you lived in that era. I enjoyed the book very much and ended up glad that I was not born in that time! I recommend this book to all.
This is the fourth book in this series. The others are: Fancy Pants, Forevermore, Whirlwind, and the fifth book is Serendipity.

Enoch and Taylor are twins that have come to Gooding to fill the positions of town doctor and vet. Even though they made it clear that Taylor is a woman, the townsfolk don't agree with having a woman doctor. Some of them are ready to make sure she leaves, no matter what.

Karl has had an accident shortly before Taylor arrives and is in a bad way when he is finally brought to her door. His leg isn't looking good, but he would rather die than have it amputated. Taylor vows to do her best, and is able to save his leg and his life. Rather than be grateful, he's determined to convince her that she wasn't meant to be a doctor.

Verbal sparring commences and these two are pretty good at it. When one makes a point, the other concedes that part of the battle, but it's not clear who will end up winning this war. They're both pretty stubborn.

The book is lighthearted and has some pretty funny moments. There are characters from some of the other books that pop up, but you'd be okay reading them out of order. This series was a nice read and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
I loved this story about twins Enoch and Taylor. Enoch was a veterinarian and found love with Mercy. Taylor was a female doctor and found love with Karl. There was lots of drama surrounding some people opposed to a woman doctor, suspense, and of course, love for both. I love reading about characters from previous books in the series. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.
This was another very good novel set in the fictious town of Gooding, Texas. While it was wonderful revisiting with many friends of the past ... we seemed to just have them skim n our lives instead of drop by for a visit, which I personally visited ... In fact, I felt the depth of the whole book was missing a bit, from the normal of Cathy Marie Hake's normal spunky written novels. I had a much more difficult time getting close to Taylor, as she seemed to hold herself a bit more aloof than most of Cathy Marie Hake's previous character's that I have read in the past. I could even understood the frustration of Taylor's fighting for her place as a doctor in a town where they did not want a woman doctor ... but the distance she held herself made it difficult for me, as the reader to enjoy her. Karl where I liked him, I also felt he didn't have the depth of some of the previous male characters of other books such as Daniel, and Big Tim. I felt that there ws just so much more that could have and should have been delved into with this book ... now that being said ... I am glad I read this book, it was enjoyable reading, it is just that normally I truly feel more involved with the characters in her books so I felt a bit cheated. I guess it just shows what a great author she is. I loook forward to reading future books in this town filled with many people we have grown to love.
Not my type of love story. I felt I was in Sunday School. I love Sunday school but not when I set down for a love story.
.Great for new Christian who wants to be guided in scripture.
I loved the story but the first few chapters was terrible as far as the printing was concerned! There was numerous sentences repeated one right after another and paragraphs ran together, it was really jarring trying to read and eventually get into the story! Then to top it off, there were numbers in between the words, two and three at a time. Don't know who proofreader these books, evidently no one! I have downloaded a few more books by this author and if any of those are like this one, I won't be reading any more. To give credit where it's due, with this series every book ( except one) there has been characters from the preceding book, and I really like that!
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This book, though not my favorite of Cathy Marie Hake's, is definitely one that grabbed my attention and held it for a long time. It had kind of a slow start in the beginning, but then Cathy latched onto a stereotye of the time period: women can't be doctors of people. Once she established that bit of information, I couldn't put the book down. It was then a quick read with an enjoyable ending. I like how she ties in characters of her other books; it helps to bring realness to each new situation. My second favorite of her books!
I love reading this book & others by Cathy Marie Hake over & over again (though I do read plenty of other in between). I just really love that happy feeling they have the ability to give me.
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