A Matter of Character

A Matter of Character☂ [PDF / Epub] ☁ A Matter of Character By Robin Lee Hatcher ✐ – Oaklandjobs.co.uk The Sisters of Bethlehem Springs series delivers exactly what readers have been waiting for smart, confident women who are not afraid to defy convention, live their own dreams, and share their lives i The Sisters of Bethlehem Springs series delivers exactly what readers have been waiting for smart, confident women who are not afraid to defy convention, live their own dreams, and share their lives if the right man comes along In A Matter of Character, book three in the A Matter MOBI :¼ Sisters of Bethlehem Springs series, it s , and Daphne McKinley, heiress to a small fortune, has found contentment in the town of Bethlehem Springs But Daphne has a secret A series of dime novels loosely based on local lore and featuring a nefarious villain known as Rawhide Rick has enjoyed modest popularity among readers Nobody in Bethlehem Springs knows the man behind the stories except Daphne When newspaperman Joshua Crawford comes to town searching for the man who sullied the good name of his grandfather, Daphne finds herself at a crossroads, reassessing the power of her words, re thinking how best to honor her gifts, and reconsidering what she wants out of life. A novel about a novelist A fun story premise.Daphne McKinley writes under a pseudonym and her dime novels are getting some upset feedback from a man claiming she is defaming the name of his grandfather.Being a writer myself, I enjoyed this novel about a woman in the 20th century, trying to make her way in the world of dime novels Her determination and love for writing makes her unique in the multitude of books I have read this year Her relationship with the hero quickly grows from his anger w A novel about a novelist A fun story premise.Daphne McKinley writes under a pseudonym and her dime novels are getting some upset feedback from a man claiming she is defaming the name of his grandfather.Being a writer myself, I enjoyed this novel about a woman in the 20th century, trying to make her way in the world of dime novels Her determination and love for writing makes her unique in the multitude of books I have read this year Her relationship with the hero quickly grows from his anger when he finds out she is the author, to a loving relationship, but the trials do not end there For the sake of avoiding spoilers, I won t continue Just to say that I enjoyed how it all came together.The book, though not long in page number, is not a book to quickly breeze through And once you really enter the world of the characters, it becomes an enjoyable readThis was my first book by this author and I am looking forward toA note to the reader though this is book three in the series, it easily stands on its own.This review is my honest opinion Thanks to the publishers through CFBA for my copy to review There are few books that I would actually like to read again and even fewer series I would like to read again, but the Sisters of Bethlehem Springs series is one I would like to pick up again This series started strong with A Vote of Confidence and ended even stronger with A Matter of Character The only bad thing is, now this series is over I loved getting to know Daphne in this book Her character is the one I was able to relate to the most and I enjoyed her the most I was so conflicted wh There are few books that I would actually like to read again and even fewer series I would like to read again, but the Sisters of Bethlehem Springs series is one I would like to pick up again This series started strong with A Vote of Confidence and ended even stronger with A Matter of Character The only bad thing is, now this series is over I loved getting to know Daphne in this book Her character is the one I was able to relate to the most and I enjoyed her the most I was so conflicted while I reading A Matter of Character I couldn t wait to see what would happen next and I wanted to read it as fast as I could, but at the same time I did not want it to end It was such a relaxing book and the town of Bethlehem Springs sounds like a wonderful place to live Sometimes with romance books there can be so much tension between the main characters that the book just feels tense A Matter of Character was not like that Sure, there was some tension between Daphne and Joshua, but it was not too much It was natural and sometimes amusing I loved this book from the start, actually, I loved this series from the start I look forward to what s next from Robin Lee Hatcher This book had a catching plot on the back, and when I picked it up, I was in suspense right away But then, about 70 pages into the story, the plot started to really drag and by the time I was on page 128, I didn t want to finish it I skimmed to the end and that was it.Reasons I liked it It was about an author There was a thrilling begining There was a promising romance.Reasons I didn t like it The romance was to fickle between obsessing about each others looks in their heads and want to ki This book had a catching plot on the back, and when I picked it up, I was in suspense right away But then, about 70 pages into the story, the plot started to really drag and by the time I was on page 128, I didn t want to finish it I skimmed to the end and that was it.Reasons I liked it It was about an author There was a thrilling begining There was a promising romance.Reasons I didn t like it The romance was to fickle between obsessing about each others looks in their heads and want to kiss each other, to hating each other The plot halted to a drag about 70 pages into the book The diary entries scattered throughout the book by some ancestor didn t mesh well and were to mushy The lives of the characters from the previous books kept interuppting the plot with mushy junk.Unless I have been strongly recommended to read any other books by this author from someone with similar tastes to me, I shall not read any of this author Really didn t like this one I gave it the stars since I loved the first 2 and did enjoy catching up with the characters. This is a very sweet read My Rating 4.25.Daphne may be an heiress but she is a down to earth young lady you is happy living in the small Iowa community of Bethlehem Springs in 1918 Most people would thing that a wealthy young woman would want to return to the society circles of the east coast, but not Daphne She is happy living near her brother and her lovely sister in law But Daphne s seemingly simple life hides a secret She has a secret connection to a popular dime store novel series whic This is a very sweet read My Rating 4.25.Daphne may be an heiress but she is a down to earth young lady you is happy living in the small Iowa community of Bethlehem Springs in 1918 Most people would thing that a wealthy young woman would want to return to the society circles of the east coast, but not Daphne She is happy living near her brother and her lovely sister in law But Daphne s seemingly simple life hides a secret She has a secret connection to a popular dime store novel series which features an infamous character known as Rawhide Rick.Joshua Crawford is a newspaper man from St Louis who has trouble controlling his temper He has lost his job after lashing out at a co worker for maligning Joshua s beloved grandfather, Richard Joshua determines to travel to Bethlehem Springs to confront the author of the Rawhide Rick dime store novels that portray his grandfather as a villain rather than the God loving, generous man that Joshua was raised by.Joshua is lucky to get a job at Bethlehem Springs where he meets the surprising Daphne McKinley He doesn t understand why the wealthy young lady is staying in this small town, but he enjoys her intelligent and outgoing character Daphne finds the newsman attractive but is concerned about his inquiries trying to find an author no one knows.Daphne and Joshua soon have an uneasy but growing friendship as they try to maintain secrets and distance She doesn t want to reveal her secrets and he doesn t want to get involved with a lovely young woman when he plans to return home where he has a young lady waiting who expects a marriage proposal.Daphne has a strong faith that she is not afraid to share with Joshua Joshua was raised in a Christian household but has avoided faith issues since losing his grandfather The faith that Daphne holds will pull at Joshua as they face an unexpected difficulty and isolation.Ms Hatcher provides strong, likeable characters and a believable storyline with light humor and sound faith The romance starts with conflict and grows nicely with respect and sweetness The story reads easily and provides several lovely faith messages regarding forgiveness, judging others and redemption I recommend this to readers who enjoy historical and inspirational romance The story was well told and definitely held my interest The characters were likeable and well fleshed out I was happy to see Daphne Pursuing her calling as a writer, also doing some serious thinking about the use of a real person s name.For the most part the story was believable, but some things weren t very credible, like a man inviting a single woman up to his apartment Wouldn t have happened Not if he valued his good name and hers Even going into her house when she was alone would have b The story was well told and definitely held my interest The characters were likeable and well fleshed out I was happy to see Daphne Pursuing her calling as a writer, also doing some serious thinking about the use of a real person s name.For the most part the story was believable, but some things weren t very credible, like a man inviting a single woman up to his apartment Wouldn t have happened Not if he valued his good name and hers Even going into her house when she was alone would have been iffy Two unmarried people going off on a several day s road trip would have caused a major scandal Even if she was foolish enough to suggest it, a decent man of that era would have hadsense than to compromise both of them like that and have people spreading stories It wouldn t have just been a few gossips everyone would have disapproved when the affair came to light He d have had to marry her or they d have both been snubbed Also, their arrival together at the boarding house, unrelated and unmarried, would not have been well received by the proprietress.It s hard for writers in our liberated age to really get a handle on the strict moral rules that decent folks once lived by, especially in Christian circles where the command to avoid all appearance of evil was taken quite seriously 1918 she loved writing dime novels, and made a fortune doing so Then comes one good looking guy set out to find the person who damaged the image of his grandfather, Did she know when she used the name Rawhide Crawford was this person.or was it just local lore Tempers fly and makes a good read for the readers. Better than most Christian romances I have read Daphne is a wealthy woman who writes dime novels, written under a pseudonym Joshua realizes the anti hero of the books is his grandfather and goes looking for the author The female characters had some backbone and I enjoyed that Had faith elements used appropriately but wasn t overkill I didn t like this one as much as the first two in the series For a Christian book it was not as clean as it could have been I didn t like a lot of the journal entries from Joshua s grandfather knowing he was a bad man in his past I didn t really want to hear all he had done in detail and the constant mention of the characters looks and attraction was too much 3 stars. Love conquers allThis is a real story of the power of true love The strong character of each person demonstrates how any personality can find love The story is tied together by family, friends and of course character This book would be appropriate for those seeking success in all aspects of life.

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    A Matter of Character PDF ó A Matter MOBI :¼ her words, re thinking how best to honor her gifts, and reconsidering what she wants out of life. A novel about a novelist A fun story premise.Daphne McKinley writes under a pseudonym and her dime novels are getting some upset feedback from a man claiming she is defaming the name of his grandfather.Being a writer myself, I enjoyed this novel about a woman in the 20th century, trying to make her way in the world of dime novels Her determination and love for writing makes her unique in the multitude of books I have read this year Her relationship with the hero quickly grows from his anger w A novel about a novelist A fun story premise.Daphne McKinley writes under a pseudonym and her dime novels are getting some upset feedback from a man claiming she is defaming the name of his grandfather.Being a writer myself, I enjoyed this novel about a woman in the 20th century, trying to make her way in the world of dime novels Her determination and love for writing makes her unique in the multitude of books I have read this year Her relationship with the hero quickly grows from his anger when he finds out she is the author, to a loving relationship, but the trials do not end there For the sake of avoiding spoilers, I won t continue Just to say that I enjoyed how it all came together.The book, though not long in page number, is not a book to quickly breeze through And once you really enter the world of the characters, it becomes an enjoyable readThis was my first book by this author and I am looking forward toA note to the reader though this is book three in the series, it easily stands on its own.This review is my honest opinion Thanks to the publishers through CFBA for my copy to review There are few books that I would actually like to read again and even fewer series I would like to read again, but the Sisters of Bethlehem Springs series is one I would like to pick up again This series started strong with A Vote of Confidence and ended even stronger with A Matter of Character The only bad thing is, now this series is over I loved getting to know Daphne in this book Her character is the one I was able to relate to the most and I enjoyed her the most I was so conflicted wh There are few books that I would actually like to read again and even fewer series I would like to read again, but the Sisters of Bethlehem Springs series is one I would like to pick up again This series started strong with A Vote of Confidence and ended even stronger with A Matter of Character The only bad thing is, now this series is over I loved getting to know Daphne in this book Her character is the one I was able to relate to the most and I enjoyed her the most I was so conflicted while I reading A Matter of Character I couldn t wait to see what would happen next and I wanted to read it as fast as I could, but at the same time I did not want it to end It was such a relaxing book and the town of Bethlehem Springs sounds like a wonderful place to live Sometimes with romance books there can be so much tension between the main characters that the book just feels tense A Matter of Character was not like that Sure, there was some tension between Daphne and Joshua, but it was not too much It was natural and sometimes amusing I loved this book from the start, actually, I loved this series from the start I look forward to what s next from Robin Lee Hatcher This book had a catching plot on the back, and when I picked it up, I was in suspense right away But then, about 70 pages into the story, the plot started to really drag and by the time I was on page 128, I didn t want to finish it I skimmed to the end and that was it.Reasons I liked it It was about an author There was a thrilling begining There was a promising romance.Reasons I didn t like it The romance was to fickle between obsessing about each others looks in their heads and want to ki This book had a catching plot on the back, and when I picked it up, I was in suspense right away But then, about 70 pages into the story, the plot started to really drag and by the time I was on page 128, I didn t want to finish it I skimmed to the end and that was it.Reasons I liked it It was about an author There was a thrilling begining There was a promising romance.Reasons I didn t like it The romance was to fickle between obsessing about each others looks in their heads and want to kiss each other, to hating each other The plot halted to a drag about 70 pages into the book The diary entries scattered throughout the book by some ancestor didn t mesh well and were to mushy The lives of the characters from the previous books kept interuppting the plot with mushy junk.Unless I have been strongly recommended to read any other books by this author from someone with similar tastes to me, I shall not read any of this author Really didn t like this one I gave it the stars since I loved the first 2 and did enjoy catching up with the characters. This is a very sweet read My Rating 4.25.Daphne may be an heiress but she is a down to earth young lady you is happy living in the small Iowa community of Bethlehem Springs in 1918 Most people would thing that a wealthy young woman would want to return to the society circles of the east coast, but not Daphne She is happy living near her brother and her lovely sister in law But Daphne s seemingly simple life hides a secret She has a secret connection to a popular dime store novel series whic This is a very sweet read My Rating 4.25.Daphne may be an heiress but she is a down to earth young lady you is happy living in the small Iowa community of Bethlehem Springs in 1918 Most people would thing that a wealthy young woman would want to return to the society circles of the east coast, but not Daphne She is happy living near her brother and her lovely sister in law But Daphne s seemingly simple life hides a secret She has a secret connection to a popular dime store novel series which features an infamous character known as Rawhide Rick.Joshua Crawford is a newspaper man from St Louis who has trouble controlling his temper He has lost his job after lashing out at a co worker for maligning Joshua s beloved grandfather, Richard Joshua determines to travel to Bethlehem Springs to confront the author of the Rawhide Rick dime store novels that portray his grandfather as a villain rather than the God loving, generous man that Joshua was raised by.Joshua is lucky to get a job at Bethlehem Springs where he meets the surprising Daphne McKinley He doesn t understand why the wealthy young lady is staying in this small town, but he enjoys her intelligent and outgoing character Daphne finds the newsman attractive but is concerned about his inquiries trying to find an author no one knows.Daphne and Joshua soon have an uneasy but growing friendship as they try to maintain secrets and distance She doesn t want to reveal her secrets and he doesn t want to get involved with a lovely young woman when he plans to return home where he has a young lady waiting who expects a marriage proposal.Daphne has a strong faith that she is not afraid to share with Joshua Joshua was raised in a Christian household but has avoided faith issues since losing his grandfather The faith that Daphne holds will pull at Joshua as they face an unexpected difficulty and isolation.Ms Hatcher provides strong, likeable characters and a believable storyline with light humor and sound faith The romance starts with conflict and grows nicely with respect and sweetness The story reads easily and provides several lovely faith messages regarding forgiveness, judging others and redemption I recommend this to readers who enjoy historical and inspirational romance The story was well told and definitely held my interest The characters were likeable and well fleshed out I was happy to see Daphne Pursuing her calling as a writer, also doing some serious thinking about the use of a real person s name.For the most part the story was believable, but some things weren t very credible, like a man inviting a single woman up to his apartment Wouldn t have happened Not if he valued his good name and hers Even going into her house when she was alone would have b The story was well told and definitely held my interest The characters were likeable and well fleshed out I was happy to see Daphne Pursuing her calling as a writer, also doing some serious thinking about the use of a real person s name.For the most part the story was believable, but some things weren t very credible, like a man inviting a single woman up to his apartment Wouldn t have happened Not if he valued his good name and hers Even going into her house when she was alone would have been iffy Two unmarried people going off on a several day s road trip would have caused a major scandal Even if she was foolish enough to suggest it, a decent man of that era would have hadsense than to compromise both of them like that and have people spreading stories It wouldn t have just been a few gossips everyone would have disapproved when the affair came to light He d have had to marry her or they d have both been snubbed Also, their arrival together at the boarding house, unrelated and unmarried, would not have been well received by the proprietress.It s hard for writers in our liberated age to really get a handle on the strict moral rules that decent folks once lived by, especially in Christian circles where the command to avoid all appearance of evil was taken quite seriously 1918 she loved writing dime novels, and made a fortune doing so Then comes one good looking guy set out to find the person who damaged the image of his grandfather, Did she know when she used the name Rawhide Crawford was this person.or was it just local lore Tempers fly and makes a good read for the readers. Better than most Christian romances I have read Daphne is a wealthy woman who writes dime novels, written under a pseudonym Joshua realizes the anti hero of the books is his grandfather and goes looking for the author The female characters had some backbone and I enjoyed that Had faith elements used appropriately but wasn t overkill I didn t like this one as much as the first two in the series For a Christian book it was not as clean as it could have been I didn t like a lot of the journal entries from Joshua s grandfather knowing he was a bad man in his past I didn t really want to hear all he had done in detail and the constant mention of the characters looks and attraction was too much 3 stars. Love conquers allThis is a real story of the power of true love The strong character of each person demonstrates how any personality can find love The story is tied together by family, friends and of course character This book would be appropriate for those seeking success in all aspects of life. "/>
  • Paperback
  • 260 pages
  • A Matter of Character
  • Robin Lee Hatcher
  • English
  • 14 April 2018
  • 0310258073