Family Heirlooms Series, Book 6: Worlds Collide by Karen Wiesner (Inspirational Romance)

 
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Brenda Talley for The Romance Studio (http://reviews.theromancestudio.info/2013/09/17/273/)
Sep 10, 2014
5 Hearts and Sweetheart Award Nominee!

Once again, Karen Wiesner has surprised me and completed this beautiful series with a stunning conclusion. As I read, I realized that, great author that she is, she CAN (and does) throw kinks into the storyline that are great surprises. I certainly didn't see the devastation they would have to face soon after returning to the U.S.

These characters were dynamic, in-depth people who had personal qualities we all look for in friends and family. She developed this book in such a way it was almost impossible to put the book down. The secondary characters were myriad of family members on both sides and in two different places-America and Japan. The writing was addictive and kept me glued to my book. The sensuality of the content was sweet and intense and went a little into the emotionally-charged relationship. However, it didn't go over the line. Any age group can, and should, read this marvelous book.

I highly recommend that you run-not walk-to get this book and read it quickly. You will be thrilled you did. This is another reason Karen Wiesner is on my "must read" list. Another great job, Ms. Wiesner!
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Karen Wiesner
Jun 9, 2015
Awards & Honors:
5 hearts and Sweetheart Award winner from
The Romance Studio
5 stars from MyBookAddiction Reviews

“The latest Family Heirlooms Series family drama is a fabulous tale as two cultures collide with the focus on Keiko. Readers will relish this fine entry as traditional Japanese collides with modern day American. Marcus fears he is causing a rift between his beloved and her family, failing to understand that, as she makes her choice, he is not the cause.” ~Harriet Klausner for Genre Go Round Reviews http://genregoroundreviews.blogspot.com/2012/02/worlds-collide-karen-wiesner.html

“WORLDS COLLIDE by Karen Wiesner is an interesting inspirational contemporary romance. The romance is great between Keiko and Marcus as they defy Japanese tradition. I liked the characters. This is a book you don't want to put down. A good story full of faith and love. Marcus (a Christian man) and Keiko (who has been betrothed since a child to an immoral man and is very unhappy) learn that they must face a crossroads that could change their lives forever.” ~MyBookAddiction Reviews http://mybookaddictionreviews.wordpress.com/

4 Stars! This was an intriguing book. I thought it was fantastic that there were two cultures readers were immersed in within the story, made for a fascinating plot line. This would make a perfect beach read for the summer.” ~SingleTitles.com http://singletitles.com/?p=7336

4 Stars! “I loved the way Karen explained the Japanese words used in her novel. I have a liking of Japanese culture in general and their language, and anyone else out there who has a similar liking will enjoy this book. Readers will find out how Keiko feels when she thinks about her own family and their staunch traditions. Marcus likes how independent she would like to be, and the fact that they have been together for so long as best friends tells him she might just be the woman for him and his new life abroad.” ~Love Romance Passion http://www.loveromancepassion.com/review-worlds-collide-family-heirlooms-series-book-6-by-karen-wiesner/

4 Stars! “This final installment in the Family Heirloom Series has the Samuels family needing to rely on their faith in God as they face a heartbreaking loss. The heroine’s conflict is well depicted.” ~RT Book Reviews http://www.rtbookreviews.com
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