Review: “More Than She Dreamt” by Sandy Faye Mauck

Katie, like many women, deals with doubt – doubt in herself. She has faith that the Lord is with her, but she has difficulty seeing the end purpose of God’s plan. Like many women, she doubts that she is pretty enough, smart enough, worthy enough, to be loved by someone who, in our eyes is a prince. Sandy Faye Mauck weaves a wonderful story about a woman who comes to terms with who she is and WHOSE she is. Her prince is a man who has seen the worst in others and is able to deal wisely with the situations in which he is faced. My favorite character, however, is Grandma Gwen who has seen so much pain in her life yet turns to the One who continues to give life. Her faith in the Lord and continued optimism in those around her inspires me to want to be like her at that age, if not sooner.

I look forward to reading more books by this author, knowing that I will come out both encouraged and inspired to be a better child of the King.

Your literary friend,


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About the Author

Welcome to the author page of Sandy Faye Mauck. Sandy writes Historical Romance in the light of the gospel and with the heart of her Savior. Slip into a comfy chair with a cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate and travel back to the first years after the turn of the century. Enjoy faithful Christian characters who have come through a spiritual wilderness into a place of hope. Stories of charming romance sprinkled with humor and topped with redemption. And be sure not to put the cup too close to the edge of the table because there are enemies lurking about. Sandy lives in her own happily-ever-after with her Bible doctrine writer husband in the west they love. They have five children and nine grandchildren. She enjoys crocheting (a different kind of yarn) and is also a professional artist. Visit with Sandy at her website at On Facebook at: On Twitter @sandyfayemauck

One thought on “Review: “More Than She Dreamt” by Sandy Faye Mauck

  1. Petra, thank you for your support for our Heart”wings” sister, Sandy Mauck. Her book sounds like a wonderful story of love and faith with really great characters. People whom you would want to know and visit with. j


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