She Always Wore Red (The Fairlawn Series #2)

by Angela Elwell Hunt

Paperback, 2008



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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (2008), 400 pages

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Jennifer Graham--mother, student, and embalmer's apprentice--could use a friend. She finds one in McLane Larson, a newcomer to Mt. Dora, and is delighted to learn that the young woman is expecting a baby. While McLane's soldier-husband serves overseas, Jen promises to support McLane and then learns that her tie to this woman goes far deeper than friendship. When a difference of opinion threatens their relationship, Jennifer discovers weaknesses in her own character . . . and a faith far stronger than she had imagined.


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Physical description

400 p.; 8.25 inches


1414311702 / 9781414311708

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LibraryThing member CoraJoanBurgett
Book 2 of Fairlawn Series: Jennifer Graham inherits a funeral home in Mt. Dora, FL. This completely changes the direction of her life: studying mortuary science (this is the only part that I don't like -- I skip it -- but Angela pays attention to details; the appearance of a sister that she never
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knew that she had; tough adjustments for her chilren in new school situations; life, death, right-to-life, and plenty of humor are "rolled up together in this book." Very touching.
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LibraryThing member mminor1985
This second book in the Fairlawn series shows Jennifer Graham returning to school getting a degree from mortuary science and struggling with returning to school at her age. She makes a new friend in newcomer McLane Larson with whom she discovers that she has a connection that runs deeper than
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friendship. Her oldest son Clay makes some new friends and deals with peer pressure.
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LibraryThing member praisemusictlp
This was well-written, but I didn't like it as much as the first book. I didn't like the subjects as much, but it is still a good book.

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