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The Narrow Path The Narrow Path
by Gail Sattler
Absolutely loved this book! Didn't want to put it down.
— Tanya (Kentucky) Rating 5.0
The Narrow Path The Narrow Path
by Gail Sattler
Such an awesome read!!! I loved the way Gail blended the Old with the New & maintained respect for both. Godly morals were included though the plot was not stuffy in any way. A book that everyone should read!!
— Joyce Eskew (Missouri) Rating 5.0
The Narrow Path The Narrow Path
by Gail Sattler
Narrow Path Review
Loved, loved, loved the book! Couldn't put it down (actually close my Cloud Kindle)! I could relate having Mennonite heritage and having many, many Mennonite friends, all from different backgrounds. Great read!
— Caroline (Maine) Rating 5.0
The Narrow Path The Narrow Path
by Gail Sattler
The Narrow Path
I just read The Narrow Path, and I loved it. I felt like I was right there .
Can't wait to read another book by Gail Sattler!
— Carla (Reeseville, WI) Rating 5.0
Vancouver: The Gem of Canada Is Aglow With Four Romances Vancouver: The Gem of Canada Is Aglow With Four Romances
by Gail Sattler
From the Publisher

What is the best thing about living in a beautiful, modern city--being surrounded by buildings, people, and activity? Or just getting away from it all? Meet four women who hold different views of life in Canada's jeweled city....

Roberta, desperate for some solitude in which to reevaluate her life,has left downtown and Gone Camping. But as a novice in the great outdoors, she finds herself depending on the local park ranger's assistance - again and again. If she can't be alone, how will she find true peace?

Molly works in Vancouver's business district. On her new boss's first day she accidentally breaks his arm - and soon is caught up in rumors of a "tawdry affair." Can she save her job by keeping romance At Arm's Length?

Gwen's summer job - helping to drive her uncle's semi trucks - takes her away from the city, across the Canadian border, and On the Road Again. Reluctant to be paired with a handsome codriver, can Gwen maintain a friendly distance until they get the job done and return home?

Patricia, helping at her father's Vancouver church, hears My Name Is Mike whenever she takes a recovering alcoholic to his mandated meetings. Can she give him guidance toward a better life without entangling her heart? Laugh and cry with these resourceful Canadian women and watch how faith and love uphold them on the drifting currents of life.

Vancouver: The Gem of Canada Is Aglow With Four Romances Vancouver: The Gem of Canada Is Aglow With Four Romances
by Gail Sattler

Gail, I read the book Vancouver. I really enjoyed it and I am looking forward to reading more of your books. Karen

— Karen
Walking the Dog Walking the Dog
by Gail Sattler

They were totally wrong for each other. In WALKING THE DOG (4), by Gail Sattler, the hapless owner of a rambunctious dog needs help from the disciplined owner of a day care for dogs. Through his schemes to gain her attention, he draws close to the Lord and his inner transformation slowly wins her over. Prepare to lose your heart to this less-than-typical romance hero. Snappy dialogue and brisk-paced love and laughter make Gail Sattler's first book a perfect light-hearted romance to brighten anyone's spirit.

— Diane Johnson Rating 4.0
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Getting Rid of Rosie

by Lynda Simmons
Getting Rid of Rosie

Rosie Fisk was once Samantha Marcello's best friend-but that was before she ran off with Sam's fiancé, Michael, seven years ago. Since then Sam has found a new love, The Silver Swan, her pub. And just as it seems that time has healed all her wounds, Michael walks back into her life-and now he's a widower.

With Rosie out of the picture, and unable to ignore the feelings she still has for him, Sam takes the opportunity to reconcile with Michael. But Rosie isn't about to let death stop her from keeping them apart. Her ghost has been hanging around her husband, playing on his grief and guilt-and only Sam can see her.

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