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Ten years have passed since Joe Lakota left Laurel Creek, Oregon, for the allure of the big city and a career in professional football. Now a single father, Joe returns to Laurel Creek hoping to rekindle his romance with Marilee Nelson. But their separation was painful, and Marilee is wounded deeper than anyone knows. Her head tells her to resist Joe's advances, but can she ignore her deepest desires?

Seventh Heaven is a heartwarming story about confronting the pain of the past and finding the courage to give love a second chance. Julia Gibson delivers an impassioned reading of this memorable book.

The romances of New York Times best-selling author Catherine Anderson have captured the imagination of readers all over the world. She has won nine consecutive Kiss Awards for the captivating heroes of her popular novels.

©2000 Catherine Anderson (P)2006 Recorded Books LLC

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  • Texasrodie
  • 07-01-07

nice surprise

I choose this book because of it's length, I feel like I get more for my money if it is several hours long. As it turned out, it was a great book. The story was good and the author took you all the way to a great ending. I recomnend it highly.

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  • Debbie
  • 21-02-07

Seventh Heaven

Another excellent read from Catherine Anderson.
Probably one of my favorites.

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  • Swaredex
  • 04-04-08

Very Entertaining...

Just like the other CA books I have read, the heroine is traumatized. But still, her books are very entertaining and enjoyable. The narration is my only disappoinment in this one. Its not intolerable bad, but could be better!

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  • Andrea
  • 16-12-07

slow paced love story

If you like sentimental books this one is a good choice. It has all the essentials that makes a good (C. Anderson) romantic novel. It does have some length, and as the male character you have to be patient till you get the happy end. It's worth it!

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  • Deb
  • 07-02-15

Forever Love

This is why I love Catherine Anderson :) through the struggles love always finds a way.

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  • S. Zapata
  • 26-07-20

Horrible

This book is Awful!!! Do No Waste Your Time Or Money on this Stupid Horrible Book. The Main Character is a fucking wimp. I don't care that she was violated. I have been too but I have NEVER acted like this. I will never listen to another one of this Authors books. Or this Narrator.

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  • Brenda
  • 08-06-20

Ok

Oh Joe, should be the title. the story was a story of overcoming a great trauma. but the constant " Oh Joe" stole the story.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 12-05-20

Just okay

The narrator was so boring I wanted to quit listening but I trudged on. The main character had bad things happen to her, but she was a whinny person. This book could have been told in half this book but the author just drug it out. The best part of the book was the last 10 chapters. I’m sorry for the bad review because I have read this author before and enjoyed her books.

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  • JuJu
  • 27-12-18

So...,So

Okay story A lot of rambling, did not enjoy narrator's reading. Sorry Ms Anderson however, I have 3 other audio books of yours and enjoy them!

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  • Crunch
  • 10-04-11

Very Good storyline - less details

I love Cateherine Anderson books. She tells a great story every time. The reader seems to fit the characters which makes the experience of audio books even better. It is as if you are viewing a movie

Less detail would keep the interest better. I find myself skipping tracks because of what seems like duplications. To much personal thoughts of the characters.