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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Heart of the West
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Praise for Maggie Brendan's first book:
"You won't want to set this book down."--Romantic Times, 4½-star review
"This gentle romance set among the rugged beauty of the Colorado foothills will warm readers' hearts."--Kim Vogel Sawyer
KamoeRockford, ILAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great authorJuly 2, 2011KamoeRockford, ILAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5I have very much enjoyed Maggie Brendan's books. I am left wanting to know more of what happens, a sign of a good author.
Leslie Cromer5 Stars Out Of 5September 28, 2010Leslie CromerI bought this book because I enjoyed the first one. This book was well written and one I could not put down. It was easy to visualize such a story since we were in Montana on vacation this summer. The owner of the boarding house reminds me of an older lady at our church and she is a jewel.
Gail Goodwald4 Stars Out Of 5September 2, 2010Gail GoodwaldGood book series. Enjoying the continued character stories. It was sort of predictable though. Needs a little more twists to the story.
Jane SquiresWasola, MoAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5July 17, 2010Jane SquiresWasola, MoAge: 55-65Gender: femaleWhat a story. Julianna Brady is poor at the beginning. This is something I can relate to growing up poor. I know how it felt to not want to have someone come in your house and see how little you have. Julianna loses her Mother at the beginning of the story. She desires to know why her father left her when she was young. But the way she ends up connecting with her father is God sent and hard for her to deal with. Because of her father's leaving, she doesn't trust men.Her story from her Mother's death to end builds her up in fatih in God, growth in her character, and finally trust in one man, Josh McBride. She is also priviledged to get a great job at the newspaper.Josh is a sheepherder. His story starts with someone painting a picture of him and his dog. I loved way it worked into the story. He discovers some rare stones on his land. For a while he thinks of going into mining until something happens that changes his mind. Josh is alone accept for Andy, his cook, and his sheep dog. He comes to the point he has to chose between wealth or the greatest Jewel he has found, Julianna.A beautifully woven story of heartache, grief, tragedies, and love. All through God's plan unfolds.This book was such an encouragment to me as I deal with hurt by a family member so I could very well feel for Julianna's feelings about her father.
JC Helms1 Stars Out Of 5June 10, 2010JC HelmsI got this book based on the reviews already here - what a disappointment! I love historical Christian fiction, but could not get past the first 50 pages! So many contradictions! First, Josh has no cabin yet, but is thinking of building a small one, then a few weeks later, he has a 2-story house with furniture! February in Montana is still very cold and snowy, not shirt sleeve weather. . . the list goes on. Her editor missed too much for this to pass to publishing.