Whatever Tomorrow Brings, The Californians Series #1
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Number of Pages: 324
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
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Lori Wick's bestselling series The Californians (more than 500,000 copies sold) has a fresh new cover design to delight avid Lori Wick fans and readers just introduced to Lori's beloved fiction.
In the midst of fresh grief and unfamiliar surroundings, Kaitlin, the Donovans' oldest daughter, must face life in rugged California. Will the men of this restless country take advantage of her innocence? Will she recognize God's unexpected gift of love? Can she keep her family safe until her father returns? Grief turns to triumph and innocence to maturity as Kaitlin lifts her heart to God for the strength to face whatever tomorrow brings.
BeckycaliforniaAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5great authorJuly 10, 2013BeckycaliforniaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book was and will be a favorite... can"t wait to loan it to my best friend
Kelly Boyer5 Stars Out Of 5January 13, 2008Kelly BoyerThe Californians is my all time favorite Lori Wick series. I have read it countless times. This book rings true with the theme of whatever tomorrow brings. It has encouraged me to trust that whatever tomorrow may bring, God is in control of it all.
Stephanie5 Stars Out Of 5November 23, 2007StephanieThis was one of my earliest Lori Wick reads, which I actually bought out of desperation for something to read, but enjoyed very much. The Donovans' emotions and conflicts are poignant and real, the characters well-drawn, and the culture of Hawaii and eighteenth century California fascinating. I especially liked the way the Donovans speak and sing so well in Hawaiian, and Kaitlin's comedic relationship with Rigg. My only criticism is that, as happens in many of Lori's books, the romance is sometimes too sugary and the characters too perfect. But I still recommend reading this one at least once.