The Noel Diary

The Noel Diary

From the Noel Collection

Large Print - 2018
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"When bestselling romance author Jacob Churcher returns to Salt Lake City to settle his estranged mother's estate, a young woman arrives looking for her birth mother who lived with Jacob's family during her pregnancy. They discover a diary written by Noel and begin a quest to find her, reconcile their pasts and rewrite their futures"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2018.
Edition: Center Point Large Print edition.
ISBN: 9781683249382
Branch Call Number: L.P. Fic Evan
Characteristics: 327 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.


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Feb 13, 2019

Easy read. some sad moments but comes together well.

Jcheng1234 Aug 26, 2018

An easy to read romance with a happy ending. When tragedy happens in a family, people react in different ways but everyone suffers. The father left from guilt, the mother became abusive and mentally ill. When the younger son returned to clean out the house of his estranged mother, he came upon a diary written by Noel and a young lady who was the unwanted daughter of Noel. It is a story about grace and forgiveness, about reconciliation with oneself and others. An enjoyable book to read!

Jan 04, 2018

I am a huge fan of Richard Paul Evans and even read his Young Adult series. While "The Noel Diary" was good I would have to say it was not great.The plot had potential but was not very well executed. Jacob Churcher is a highly successful author - one wonders if the story is autobiographical-who is estranged from his mother. He only goes back home on her death and secrets are revealed. He meets Rachael there and the rest is predictable. All in all a good book but not up to Evans' standards.

Dec 26, 2017

I can always count on Richard Paul Evans to write a Christmas story that requires tissues to read. This was a lovely story of love and grace which he says is somewhat autobiographical. I notice in about the middle of the book that he mentions doing research on Route 66 to write a book -- an obvious reference to his Broken Road series. In this book he defines the difference between a love story and a romance. His books are definitely love stories and I have loved all of them.

ArapahoeKati Dec 18, 2017

Give me some family drama, secrets and an old diary and I am sucked in. While not a particularly strong novel in terms of plot and character development, I still read it in one day.

Dec 13, 2017

It didn't engage me and therefore I will return it early. I LOVED "The Mistletoe Promise", which I found captivating from the first sentence. This one... not at all, sadly.

Nov 19, 2017

I read RPE's annual holiday novel every year. This is a simple, quick, feel-good story that can be read in few hours. The themes include overcoming painful childhoods, forgiveness, grace, and love. This could be read any time of year. It takes place in the winter but doesn't really focus on the holidays.

Nov 17, 2017

This was as good as the Mistletoe Series and unfortunately we have to wait a year for the next installment. Enjoy these books and they are always a one sitting read as you want to find out the ending of the story once you open the book and start reading. He draws you into the stories and the characters of his books and always leaves you wanting more.

Oct 19, 2017

I hope this one is as good as "The Mistletoe Promise ". !That one is a 5Star !! ( ***** ).


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