Miss Katie's Rosewood: A Novel - eBook  -     By: Michael Phillips
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Bethany House / 2007 / ePub

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The Stirring Conclusion to the Carolina Cousins Series! A lone rider galloped through the night.He could not slow down or it would be too late. Many lives, and his own future, depended on his getting there in time....

Winds of change are blowing over the Carolina cotton fields; changes that will rock the lives of all those who live at the Rosewood Plantation. Katie and Mayme are young women now. Jeremiah has left to seek work in the city. Can change be far behind for the rest of the Rosewood family? Trouble lives not only in the South, but danger lurks everywhere. When Katie and Mayme travel north by train to Philadelphia, only one of them is still on board when the train reaches its destination. Meanwhile, the KKK plans to burn Rosewood to the ground, forcing the family to face a terrible decision. Save Rosewood, or themselves?

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2007
ISBN: 9781441211330
ISBN-13: 9781441211330
Series: Carolina Cousins

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Publisher's Description

The Stirring Conclusion to the Carolina Cousins Series!

A lone rider galloped through the night.
He could not slow down or it would be too late.
Many lives, and his own future,
depended on his getting there in time....

Winds of change are blowing over the Carolina cotton fields . . . changes that will rock the lives of all those who live at the Rosewood Plantation. Katie and Mayme are young women now. Jeremiah has left to seek work in the city. Can change be far behind for the rest of the Rosewood family?

Trouble lives not only in the South . . . danger lurks everywhere. When Katie and Mayme travel north by train to Philadelphia, only one of them is still on board when the train reaches its destination. . . .

Meanwhile, the KKK plans to burn Rosewood to the ground, forcing the family to face a terrible decision. Save Rosewood--or themselves?

Will the Rosewood family survive this threat to their beloved home? Or will they be forced to say a final goodbye to . . .

Miss Katie's Rosewood

Author Bio

MICHAEL PHILLIPS, one of the premier Christian novelists of this generation, has more than four dozen novels to his credit. His passion and vision are responsible for introducing Victorian novelist George MacDonald to new readers around the world. Michael and his wife, Judy, alternate their time between Scotland and their home in Eureka, California.

ChristianBookPreviews.com

The final book in the Carolina Cousins series by Michael Phillips, Miss Katie’s Rosewood, leaves the reader satisfied, albeit longing to visit these friends again, if only by re-reading the series. Katie Claiborne and Mayme Daniels live contently at Rosewood. In the lull before harvest time they decide to travel north to visit Aunt Nelda and explore the possibility of attending a woman’s college. On the train Katie and Mayme are separated because “whites” and “coloreds” can not ride the same train car. Along with the whole car load of colored passengers, Mayme is kidnapped to be sold into slavery in the West Indies. Rob Paxton, Katie’s friend and a deputy sheriff, comes to help find and rescue Mayme. But events get more complicated as Katie’s family is threatened by the local KKK. Racial tensions bring pressure upon this small family trying to forge a new life after the horrors of the Civil War. Michael Phillips unknowingly describes his book perfectly when he writes, “[This] story is a story of goodness emerging out of defeat, of hope flowing out of loss, of joy growing out of sorrow, and love blossoming out of despair” (p. 220). Phillips writes that, “All our stories ought to . . . help people learn about themselves and grow” (p.131), a task expertly accomplished by Mr. Phillips. – Vasthi Acosta, Christian Book Previews.com

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