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Number of Pages: 312
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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.
When an angry snowstorm forces Marcail Donovan to seek shelter for the night at the town doctor's house, the pretty new schoolteacher is thrust into a scandal that threatens her career. The unfortunate but innocent circumstances bring harsh condemnation to Marcail, but the compassionate bachelor doctor offers her a way to remain the town's teacher. Now she must face an inner turmoil worse than any storm.
Is Donovan's Daughter willing to give up her own dreams to bring God's love to the children she teaches?
Donna Andrade5 Stars Out Of 5July 10, 2010Donna AndradeAs a teacher it was interesting to read about the small town demands on a teacher 100 years ago. This was so true to form. It was a little redundant to have Marc forced into marriage following Sean's forced marriage. But, oh to live in those days of higher morality!
Mary Kane5 Stars Out Of 5July 14, 2008Mary KaneIt was a wonderful based christion reading keep you on your toes and tears in your eyes with the excitiment and passion on how God's love never failes and what he puts together last forever.
Jeanette Hickey5 Stars Out Of 5April 7, 2008Jeanette HickeyCalifornian series was great ! Loved them all. Will now look for future books written by her.
Shanon Manly5 Stars Out Of 5January 18, 2008Shanon ManlyMarcail's step out on her own & her independence is a breath of fresh air. She has won her way into your heart in the first 3 books & it's fun to read all about her and what God brings her through. And Dr. Montgomery's character is amazing, he's a true example of what you what a Godly man to be. This book was a great conclusion to the series.
Stephanie5 Stars Out Of 5November 23, 2007StephanieOf all the Californians books, this one is my favorite. As an aspiring teacher and a woman who, thanks to countless medical appointments as a child, has feared doctors all her life, I could definitely empathize with Marcail. Not to mention the fact that we're both hopelessly short... :) Marcail's courage in standing up to Cordelia Duckworth is admirable, and the development of her relationship with Alex is well done. A wonderful end to a well done series.