A Novel that Should Come with a Warning Label


I just love a good story. Though it’s possible to find good stories in many places, I often find myself most smitten when it’s discovered between the covers of a well-crafted novel.

And that’s just what I encountered when I found myself completely owned by Ellen Gable’s latest novel, Stealing Jenny. It’s 200 pages of pure bliss, if you’re a fan of good fiction.

Brace yourself. Don’t open this book unless you can just keep reading. On the one hand, it’s enjoyable reading. And on the other hand, there’s a message beneath the suspense and drama, about the value of human life. There’s a message, told through the action and dialogue, about what it means to be family and how we should appreciate those closest to us.

Stealing Jenny is a novel that’s well-written and a story that’s well-told. Beyond that, it’s an example of morals in action and family life redeemed. Don’t miss the chance to read and enjoy it!

Want a chance to win Stealing Jenny? Ellen Gable has generously donated FIVE Kindle copies of it. Leave a comment on this post* by Friday, December 9, and we’ll enter your name. *Facebook comments not eligible to win.

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About Author

When she’s not chasing kids, chugging coffee, or juggling work, Sarah Reinhard’s usually trying to stay up read just one…more…chapter. She writes and works in the midst of rural farm life with little ones underfoot. She is part of the team for the award-winning Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion, as well as the author of a number of books. You can join her for a weekday take on Catholic life by subscribing to Triple Take, from Our Sunday Visitor.


  1. I think my mom would enjoy this book. She is a selfless loving mother of four grown children.

    Respectfly Submitted,
    Amy (the first baby)

  2. Looking forward to a great read! Will share this recommendation with my mother’s group! Thank you for offering.

  3. I have been hearing about this book. Sounds intriguing, and I want to check it out. I have read Gable’s other 2 books, and can say that her style is not your run of the mill predictable novel. She explores areas I haven’t read about before.

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