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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2005
Availability: In Stock
Series: Dakotah Treasures
As Amethyst bravely makes the journey to her nephews home, she encounters many obstacles, ranging from bouts of homesickness to frontier epidemics and diseases. By the grace of God, each of her needs and most of her wants are taken care of through the kindness of fellow Christians. The antagonistic relationship between Amethyst and her father sets the tone for the book, and by it we can see Amethyst struggle with her new relationships and her faith in humanity grow.
Amethyst is a single woman from Pennsylvania, who reintroduces us to many of the unforgettable characters in the Dakotah Treasures series, including Ruby and Rand Harrison, Opal Torvald, Jeremiah McHenry, and Jacob Chandler. Amethyst longs for a family of her own, as does Jeremiah McHenry and Jacob Chandler. But when love disappoints one of them, will their relationship be salvageable?
Amethyst is a romantic book that leaves you with a smile on your face and warm feeling in your heart. Snellings description of the ranchers lives and the Dakotah landscape is detailed, vivid, and thoroughly enjoyable. She knows how to capture the beauty and color of the forests and mountains, alongside the desolation and isolation of the vast prairies and deserts. This book is recommended for women who enjoy historical romance. Tabitha Spacht, Christian Book Previews.com