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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  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. 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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