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ISBN:
0553128957
Author:
Grace Livingston Hill
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bantam Books (November 1, 1979)
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Print ISBN 978-1-62416-323-4. This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or used fictitiously

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Grace Livingston Hill is the beloved author of more than 100 books.

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Jane Arleth’s mountain vacation is cut short when she receives news that both her parents have been sick back home.

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  • Linn
Jane finds herself choosing between two worlds. Will she grasp at the glitter or wait for the gold?
In Happiness Hill, Grace Livingston Hill again presents the contrast between the alluring world of shallow frivolity and the solid life of faith and family.
Though set in the 1920s, the theme of the enduring value of faith, family, and character is one that is sorely needed in our own time.
If you like faith-based fiction that promotes Christian principles, then I recommend this book for you.
There is romance, mystery, and humor that make Happiness Hill a pleasant read.
  • Lanin
Since this is about the 20th GLH novel I've read, I saw themes from other stories repeated in this book: the simple house in a lower middle class neighborhood, the angelic younger daughter, the vulnerable brother, the invalid parents, the seaside shack that becomes a respite, the idyllic young man who wins the heroine's heart, etc. Though I've read it all before, it was still entertaining.
  • Karon
I am a huge fan of grace Livingston hill. This was my first time to read this book. It was a good read, as always. The big sister, Jane, rents a beachside cottage for her family to spend the summer. They have many happy times together, along with a young man from her work that becomes a very close friend of the family. The drama in the book comes from a spoiled rich man who is out to conquer jane and have her for his wife. It takes her a while to realize the trap he is setting for her. She finally realizes how far she has fallen from The Lord and finds her way back. She learns that God had more blessings in store for her than she could have ever gained from her own plans. This is possibly the first book I've read by GLH where the heroine is a backslidden Christian.
  • Mr.Bean
This was a wonderful story although I did get aggravated at Jane for giving herself so many excuses for forgiving the rich guy that was rude to her when she wouldn't do what he wanted. She didn't need to be going with him anyway because she was a christian girl and he was a man of the world. But it turned out great in the end. She did do the right thing for her family because she cut her vacation a week early. It was great that she did because her parents were both sick at the same time and it was to much for her little ten year old sister to handle. The brother helped out a lot to but Jane was really needed and she was so glad she came home when she did but wish she had of done it a lot sooner when she found out that both her parents were sick. The book was delivered on time and in excellent condition.
  • Mall
I've read a few of her books in the past but this one is at the top of
the list. I like her books because they are devoid of most of the
stuff that is used to fill books more recently written. I get tired of reading
them and being shocked at what some feel is good. Life is full of
lots of that and I would rather read, what I call, clean and refreshing and
relaxing. Time away from the every day.
Some of her books, I find, a bit wordy, but I would rather that and know I will
enjoy the story line.
  • Enone
I have read a number of books by this author in the past couple of years. It seems to me that this is one of the best she has written. I have relatives and friends who do not like her style, but the only fault I can find is that the ending is too abrupt in many of her books. That is not to say, however, that I would downgrade any of her work. I heartily endorse this book as one of her best!
  • Wyameluna
The joy of the unexpected. When the Lord brings people together in His perfect timing. Joy can be found in simplicity, a little mystery, drama and excitement round out the story nicely.
Captivating story about a young woman who discovers that it is possible to be self-centered without realizing it. While she's spending her hard-earned money for a vacation at a popular resort, her family's needs suddenly come to her attention through a series of minor tragedies. But maybe there are rewards for those who seek to do what is right - like meeting Mr. Right, a chance to earn extra money, and relief for the suffering family. A vacation-centered story. I love this book - a great Christian romance novel.

All of Grace Livingston Hill's books are pertinent to the present, not just the past. She seems to have had a real God-given talent for writing.