Brave New Century

(2 customer reviews)


“Three Rings for Alice”: Love and respect in 1899 Milwaukee is as close as a phone call.

“Forgiven”: When Henry and Jessie meet, it seems to be love at first sight until a shocking revelation tears them apart.

“The Pocket Watch”: Looking for the past, an orphan and a young doctor find love and hope for the future.

“Flames of Hope”: Love ignites in the midst of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.

2 reviews for Brave New Century

  1. Misty

    I loved all 4 books. The last was sad at parts, but that is to be expected since the time and place where it takes place. This was a great to listen to. The narrator, Rebecca Winder, did a great job for all these books.

  2. Cindy Nipper

    Three Rings for Alice
    By Lisa J. Rickel
    I guess I’m mostly confused about this book. Several friends attempt to pair off, while one of each couple is not interested and refuses the relationship. It reminded me a bit of high school when couples exchanged partners frequently. I don’t really know what the book was supposed to be about though.
    I did enjoy the narration though.

    By Paula Mower
    A delightful story about forgiveness and God’s plan for your future! The mother seemed a bit wishy washy, but otherwise there’s nothing to improve upon, except the multiple repetition of the forgiveness Bible verse. I really enjoyed the narration!

    The Pocket watch
    By Katleen Rouser
    I loved this story! It had a couple of twists I didn’t expect! I really like the narration on this one! Her soft voice really captured the orphaned girl’s demeanor!

    Flames of Hope
    By Teena M. Stewart
    A bit shorter than the others, this is a beautiful story of hope when your world is completely turned upside down. Set in the renown time of the San Francisco fires, this couple find love in the strength of each other and in their deeper faith in the Lord!

    Great narrator!

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