On Nancy's 18th birthday, her father tells her she must marry her cousin, Abner, the town's blacksmith. He's already married to three other women, one of them her younger sister. Nancy runs away and gets lost in the woods. Hungry and cold, she finds a seemingly deserted cabin and takes shelter.
When she meets Jake, the man who owns it, she must decide if he is a man she can trust. Tired of living alone in the wilderness, he is willing to wait for Nancy to learn to care for him. She expects to spend her life there, but Abner has other ideas. Thinking they will be safe only in one place, Jake takes Nancy to his childhood home - Manhattan, Kansas.
©2013 Donna Mabry (P)2015 Dreamscape Media, LLC
Yes, I would. This series is very easy to become addicted to. Just like Little House on the Prairie touched the hearts of many, so will this series.
The love, values, and the pillar of the family. This series has so many genuine qualities.
Susan Hanfield does an outstanding job with both female, and male characters. Her quality to storytelling was real and believable.
Yes, and once you start the series you will understand why. Truthfully, the series is addicting. You will fall in love with all of the characters and want to keep reading/ listening to find out what is going on in the next book.
This is truly a series not to miss. Start with the first book in the series and fall in love with the Belk family.
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