Remember Me

Remember Me A monk has fallen in love A wise widow knows the truth And now the finances of the abbey are in jeopardy Father William knew something was changing deep within him He felt it from his belly from his

  • Title: Remember Me
  • Author: Penelope Wilcock
  • ISBN: 9781782641520
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Paperback
  • A monk has fallen in love.A wise widow knows the truth.And now the finances of the abbey are in jeopardy.Father William knew something was changing deep within him He felt it from his belly, from his from his heart, from his soul the reality of what was streaming forth unchecked There was no denying it This was love.Yet Father William has to worry about than simplyA monk has fallen in love.A wise widow knows the truth.And now the finances of the abbey are in jeopardy.Father William knew something was changing deep within him He felt it from his belly, from his from his heart, from his soul the reality of what was streaming forth unchecked There was no denying it This was love.Yet Father William has to worry about than simply upholding his vows to God, to the brothers of St Alcuin, and to Abbot John The brotherhood is running out of money and Father William must decide whether or not to take matters into his own hands.Seasoned author Penelope Wilcock unlocks the story of one man s struggles, mistakes, and heart s longings, and traces the possibility of what it means to get things wrong and to begin again She helps us see the unexpected ways God often chooses to heal a broken life, revealing the heart of God to make us whole.

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    1. Penelope Wilcox is the author of Remember Me, the sixth book in The Hawk and Dove series where the reader is immersed into the life of William de Bulmer, a monk of the St. Alcuin who falls in love with Abbot John's sister Madeline and we open the book to find him finally confessing his love and true feelings for her. In this part of the series, we get a more in-depth look at what the life of a monk is like through the eyes of William and it's not always an easy one but this shows his true life s [...]

    2. Penelope Wilcock is the best friend I have never met. I must go to England and find her so I can beg her to write me more books in this series. I need the tears of empathy and connection she elicits periodically. This final book of six is so full of trouble and forgiveness! Everyone who causes trouble and needs forgiveness should read it. Yes, it can be preachy, the plot is more parable than empirical -- it is like the Bible, people. It is like James telling us not to forget our true faces after [...]

    3. Title: Remember MeAuthor: Penelope WilcockYear: 2012Pages: 217Publisher: CrosswayNote: I received a complimentary copy for an honest review of this book. The opinions shared in this review are solely my responsibility. Other reviews can be read at seekingwithallyurheartspo. Also follow me on Twitter @lcjohnson1988 This is the sixth book in the “Hawk and Dove” series as well as the third book involving the monk, William de Bulmer, as the main character. The author does a wonderful job of show [...]

    4. Author: Penelope WilcockPublished CrosswayAge Recommended: Adult Rating: 5Blog For: GMTAReview:"Remember Me" by Penelope Wilcock was her sixth book in The Hawk and Dove series and was a christian fiction. This novel was of the life of William de Bulmer who was a monk of the St. Alcuinhas fallen in love with the Abbot John's sister Madeleine oopsen he meets Madeleine next door neighbor Mother Ellen Cottinghamwho comes to love him as a son.d ask him to become her confessord now he has accidentally [...]

    5. William de Bulmer is an unlikeable man who in many ways deserves the many bad things that happen to him prior to this book. In his time at St. Alcuin's, though, he has changed in spite of himself through the grace and love of community.Now he has a chance at real happiness and relational closeness, but his vows as a monk leave those things just out of reach. His life is complicated further when he makes a choice that, if it pays off, will allow the community to be prosperous. But the exact oppos [...]

    6. Another novel about the monks of St. Alcuin's centering on Father William de Bulmer--he falls in love, questions his vocation to the monastic life, and takes a risky trading venture upon himself. The latter goes bad and the whole monastery is left with the consequences. We agonize with William in his struggles. I could see where Abbot John was coming from though.These loveable monks, oh, so human! have become fictional friends. I love the way the author delves into each human heart.Highly recomm [...]

    7. I loved The Hawk and the Dove Trilogy and these three subsequent books in the series were just as terrific. Read the whole series - I highly recommend all six books.

    8. A true love story about a man who is taken into a community of monks when his life is in danger. William learns what love means on so many different levels. The ending is beautiful!

    9. As the tone changed from an insightful medieval romance to a Mills & Boon one, it lost my interest and I gave up on it, for now.

    10. Title: Remember Me (The Hawk and the Dove #6)Author: Penelope WilcockPages: 207Year: 2015Publisher: Lion HudsonMy rating is 4 stars.In this sixth installment of this wonderful series of life in a medieval monastery, the story focuses on the person of Father William de Bulmer. In prior books, we have met this man and found him to be an arrogant, antagonistic and haughty man. Since coming to live at St. Alcuin’s, however, he has really made strides in accepting his new role as not being in charg [...]

    11. This is the 6th in The Hawk and the Dove series. Father William has manyu obstacles to overcome in this one. I was a little surprised at the ending, but I am glad it turned out as it did. I have read all the previous books, which makes the book more meaningful for me. I have come to know and love many of the brothers that have appeared in many of the books so far. As always, there is a fair amount of theology in here, some of it pretty heavy and some of it in this one I had trouble with, but I u [...]

    12. When you read the sixth book in a series, you have to wonder what occurred in the first five books. Although that is usually the case, I read this interesting book and was not concerned with the previous books. However, I plan to read the first five after reading number six.Being a Catholic, I had reservations about the turn of events, but the story was a great one, and I can't wait to read one to five.I received the boothe lucky winner in a giveaway from ! And I have alread passed the book on t [...]

    13. Penelope Wilcock creates in Father William a person who experiences the universal struggles of humanity. Ms. Wilcock sets this novel of love, oblgation and choice in a medieval monastic framework. Remember Me's framework and the bucolic setting encourage an opportunity for self-examination. I will look for more of Ms. Wilcock's works. This book was shared by a fellow winner.

    14. Very dissapointed with the writing and the story. After Wilcock's fabulous The Hawk and The Dove, I was expecting more beautiful language. It felt trite. Curious about her other new books in the series.

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