She and her family are living during some of the most turbulent times in Montana history--and Callie McGregor is recording it all in her journals: cherished memories, times of testing, God's provision, a mother's tender moments. As the second book in this series opens, it seems the family's future is finally taking shape: they're experiencing the fruit of their labors on the ranch, new babies are on the way, and Callie is developing a friendship with an Indian chief. But with progress also comes obstacles. Her sister-in-law's past will return to hurt the whole family, and the time that every mother dreads is drawing near: the day of letting go. Life on the American frontier is hard, but Callie and her family are discovering anew each day that God is good.
Pioneer woman Callie McGregor and her family are determined to survive the Indian massacres, prairie wildfires, droughts, and blizzards of the Montana territory in the 1800s with their faith intact.
Dawn Miller is an award-winning filmmaker and author who has written and produced several books, a music video and an urban teen drama. She lives in St. Louis with her teenage son and is currently at work on the graphic novel and feature film version of "The Watcher Chronicles".
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