An Unwilling Guest

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  • Title: An Unwilling Guest
  • Author: Grace Livingston Hill
  • ISBN: 9780553247367
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
An Unwilling Guest

Unlimited An Unwilling Guest - by Grace Livingston Hill, An Unwilling Guest, Grace Livingston Hill, An Unwilling Guest Young Evelyn Rutherford a New York society beauty is sent to spend the summer with her aunt When her aunt falls ill Evelyn resigns herself to spending a boring summer with a neighboring family But the Greys are a family of faith goodness and quiet happiness things Evelyn has never known Suddenly the social life she longed for no longer holds interest Instead a neYoung Evel Unlimited An Unwilling Guest - by Grace Livingston Hill - An Unwilling Guest, An Unwilling Guest Young Evelyn Rutherford a New York society beauty is sent to spend the summer with her aunt When her aunt falls ill Evelyn resigns herself to spending a boring summer with a neighboring family But

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About “Grace Livingston Hill

  • Grace Livingston Hill

    also wrote under the pseudonym Marcia MacDonaldalso published under the name Grace Livingston Hill LutzA popular author of her day, she wrote over 100 novels and numerous short stories of religious and Christian fiction Her characters were most often young female ing nues, frequently strong Christian women or those who become so within the confines of the story.



589 thoughts on “An Unwilling Guest

  • Any historical fiction romance that includes prayer as the main connection automatically is great Add that to two couples comprised of the sweetest people you could ever imagine, and it deserves five stars That doesn t mean they were perfect far from it Allison almost bugged me in the beginning, and I certainly didn t like Evelyn s attitude But, that all changed, and very sweetly at that Maurice s consistent prayers for Evelyn were awesome, quite frankly From the way G L Hill wrote about his tho [...]


  • This wonderful Christian romance takes place in the years surrounding the Boxer Rebellion in China It starts out with a wealthy young socialite being made to stay at her aunt s house in a small quaint village while her father is away on business She absolutely does not want to be there, and makes every effort to go soewhere else, but nothing works Finally the elder brother comes home, and things look up for Evelyn Rutherford It s an absolutely great story, gaining an interest in the missions of [...]


  • Fluffy as her books are, I must admit that I like G.L.H s books They re all simply written, fairly wholesome, just kind of light reading I don t like that in many, many of her books the couple is composed of one believer and one non believer with the non believer being led to Christ by their lover at the end of the book Of course this happens sometimes in real life, but I don t think it s a good idea for a young woman to be reading book after book in which this is presented as normal and expecte [...]


  • Grace Livingston Hill s name and her books are probably unknown to most young readers today She was a prolific writer of over 100 novels in the early 20th century, most with a Christian theme, most involving young women with their struggles and loves through life Some of her books are preachy than others, this being one of them, but they are all positive and always provide a lesson worth learning Very much along the lines of Lucy Maud Montgomery and Louisa May Alcott, just not as well known Man [...]


  • I can t say how many times I have read this book I often pull out a Grace Livingston Hill book for a quick read when I don t have a lot of time This isn t my favorite of her books, but I like it better than some of her others I am always reminded to control my temper and my tongue, and to try to love others like Jesus does while I m reading this book


  • HeartbreakingYou will witness a young, hard heart break and re mend A lovely story of loss and repair within 2 families.


  • I thought An Unwilling Guest by Grace Livingston Hill would be preachy, and it was, but it was so subtle in how it built the faith of the protagonist, the unwilling guest, that it was believable and inspiring While I was reading it, I felt certain that someone could change for the better go from an unwilling house guest to a missionary And perhaps God willing, we can.Another interesting aspect was how it melded romance with religion Very appealing to have handsome young men woo you as you become [...]


  • A very old book 1902 with noticeable non politically correct aspersions cast on Asians, and other heathens not yet civilized by becoming Christians A bit sappy, but I think that comes with the age of the book.


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