In the late 1800s Dianne Selby and her family love their simple life in the rugged Montana countryside. But a devastating fire forces them to leave it all behind. She seeks God's help after a cold reception by her husband's family in Kansas causes tension and strain on their marriage. Desperate, Dianne makes a radical decision - one that will affect the lives of everyone she loves.
©2005 Tracie Peterson; (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
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Although the book started off slowly, I enjoyed it. The book held my interest til the end. All the characters were real as well as their experiences. I would recommend this book if one enjoys reading about the pioneer way of life and likes Christian fiction.
I had a really hard time with the narrator's voice and the way it was read. I might have enjoyed it more if the book was read by someone else.
True to form, Tracy Peterson always delivers a story I find difficult to put down. Having heard this narrator on past books, this one finally was too much. Her wet sounds and smacking make my stomach clench. As long as she is reading this "reader" won't be listening.
Maybe, if it not a series
Eliminate all the morbidity, it was very depressing.. I felt I needed a lift after reading this series.
I like to feel uplifted after reading a story. I really felt sad after reading the whole series., I kept waiting for something good to happen.
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