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  • Karan Small

    November, 2012. Her Mother's Hope (Marta's Legacy) -- The first in an epic two-book saga by Francine Rivers, this New York Times best-selling story explores the complicated relationships between mothers and daughters over several generations. I didn't always like the characters, but I'll remember them and, hopefully, learn from them. In my opinion, this novel is not as endearing as Redeeming Love, but it is definitely worth reading.

  • Allicia Neuenfeldt

    Her Mother's Hope | Francine Rivers This is one of my all time FAVORITE books EVER!!!

  • Joyce Atkins

    Her Mother's Hope (Marta's Legacy): Francine Rivers; sequel is Her Daughter's Dream

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