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Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Prairie Dreams
Millie Evans has changed, choosing to leave rather than join an outlaw gang with her brother. Hoping for a new future, she boards a stagecoach but runs into her past and David Stone—a man she and her brother once tried to swindle. As she tries to convince David she’s changed, her brother’s gang holds up the stagecoach. Fighting beside David goes a long way to softening his heart, but he’s still not convinced. Millie must trust God to show David the truth, but will he see before it’s too late?
Susan Page Davis is the author of more than seventy Christian novels and novellas, which have sold more than 1.5 million copies. Her historical novels have won numerous awards, including the Carol Award, the Will Rogers Medallion for Western Fiction, and the Inspirational Readers Choice Contest. She has also been a finalist in the More than Magic Contest and Willa Literary Awards. She lives in western Kentucky with her husband. Shes the mother of six and grandmother of ten. Visit her website at: www.susanpagedavis.com.
A Lady in the Making by Susan Page Davis was a very enjoyable story that takes place in the mid-1850s. It is complete with stage-coaches, outlaws, misunderstandings, and hidden affections.
This is the third book in the Prairie Dreams series, but it was fine as a stand alone. It sounds like the main characters in A Lady in the Making play a small role in the other two books. I was impressed with Susan Page Davis' writing, and happy that it was clean without being preachy. I will definitely try to find more of her work.
The whole series is fantastic and I read them all in three days. Susan is now one of my favorite authors and I will be reading more of her books soon.
I found "A Lady In The Making" a good adventurous novel with such great characters. This was really one of those books that I couldn't put down until the very end. "A Lady In The Making" was truly a "woman's journey to restitution and redemption." Be ready to complete this circle...outlaws, stage-coaches, trains, forgiveness, steamboats, that leads to trust and love.
I enjoyed this novel and I would definitely recommend this one to you as a excellent read.
The conclusion of a lovely series, and in my opinion the best!
Overall, I found this book very enjoyable, and there was a tinge of suspense to the story as well. I really liked how David and Millie's relationship grew and developed naturally, and didn't feel forced or anything! A lovely conclusion to s series!