Virginia Brides

Virginia Brides Susan Page Davis Weaving a legacy of romantic family history three women overcome hardships to pass along love of God family and weaving to the next generations

  • Title: Virginia Brides
  • Author: Cathy Marie Hake Vickie McDonough Susan Page Davis
  • ISBN: 9781597899895
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • Susan Page Davis Weaving a legacy of romantic family history, three women overcome hardships to pass along love of God, family, and weaving to the next generations.

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    About "Cathy Marie Hake Vickie McDonough Susan Page Davis"

    1. Cathy Marie Hake Vickie McDonough Susan Page Davis

      As a child, Cathy Marie Hake had an imaginary playmate Now grown up, she indulges in a host of imaginary friends as she writes She teasingly says she decided if those voices in her head were talking, she might as well write down what they said and make a living by doing it She met her sweetheart in the High School department at church and married him after finishing nursing school They live in Southern California and have two children and two dogs one of them even moos one of the dogs that is, not the kids Faith in God, a loving family, and a wacky sense of the ridiculous keep her going.Known for surfing across the kitchen on a dropped dill pickle slice, waterskiing on sea anemone spit, and using Right Guard as hair spray she considers herself living proof that God does, indeed, possess a healthy sense of humor.Cathy loves classical music, romantic getways with her husband, and Diet Pepsi Free I need chocolate to survive, love my friends, and enjoy a deep personal relationship with the Lord Although an extrovert, I m very conservative on a personal level In her writing, Cathy attempts to capture a unique glimpse of life and how a man and woman can overcome obstacles when motivated by love In her inspirational pieces she enjoys the freedom of showing how Christ can enrich a loving couple s relationship.

    121 thoughts on “Virginia Brides”

    1. This was a compilation of short stories. I had read the first one before and it was very good. The others were good also.


    2. I enjoyed reading these three stories just because I'm a romantic. Some of the situations seems silly or nonsensical however. I can't imagine really questioning myself over the most trivial things as they do in these books. But, oh well.


    3. 3 short stories in one book. Rmomance with strong religious undertones. The 3rd story was the best, followed by the 2nd. I took a break between each story, assuming they were all different stories. I probably could have read one after the other. Though, can be difficult when gong between authors.1st - set in Virginia in 1750. Okay story. Awkward writing & parts weren't well described, so I had to re-read to verify what was going on. And a few places, a bit jumpy.2nd story - Virginia 1803 - a [...]


    4. I only read 2 of the short novels. I usually like this type of story and I really like Cathy Marie Hake's other books, but this one quoted scripture as conversation in the characters head and I don't care for that.






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