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.
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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