Stonewycke Legacy
Books in series3
(4.0 based on 138 ratings)
  • 1
    Stranger at Stonewycke: The Stonewycke Legacy, Book 1 | Michael Phillips

    Stranger at Stonewycke: The Stonewycke Legacy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 15 mins)
    • By Michael Phillips
    • Narrated By Davina Porter

    Michael Phillips and Judith Pella author inspirational novels set in 19th-century Scotland. Stranger at Stonewycke is the first book in the Stonewycke Legacy series, which continues the story of the Ramsey family begun with the Stonewycke Trilogy. The great Stonewycke fortune is being stretched to its limits as the family tries to bolster the town's economy. With Allison representing a new susceptibility to change and corruption, the family is once again at the crossroads of destiny.


    Wow was this boring, slow and awful. Don't recommend at all. Surprised Davina narrated this book as I choose books that she narrates

    Reviewed on April 24 2016 by marge maldonado ()
  • 2
    Shadows over Stonewycke | Judith Pella, Michael Phillips

    Shadows over Stonewycke

    • UNABRIDGED (18 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By Judith Pella, Michael Phillips
    • Narrated By Davina Porter

    In this dramatic sequel to Stranger at Stonewycke, authors Judith Pella and Michael R. Phillips heighten the suspense in their moving Christian fiction series, The Stonewycke Legacy. With World War II looming on the horizon, Allison and Logan Macintyre's once-idyllic relationship has become a shadow of its former self. With Allison in London, and Logan working as a British spy in France, they are spending more and more time apart. Can their marriage survive with the world at war?

  • 3
    Treasure of Stonewycke | Michael Phillips, Judith Pella

    Treasure of Stonewycke

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Michael Phillips, Judith Pella
    • Narrated By Davina Porter

    Reunited after their harrowing time spent apart during World War II, Allison and Logan have successfully patched their marriage and discovered a new level of commitment to one another. But when Lady Joanna dies in 1971, changes begin to reshape the lives of the Stonewycke descendants.

    Just Okay...

    This was the first Stonewycke novel I had listened to and was just merely satisfied. It was not what I consider a facinating, spellbinding book. It wa..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 24 2012 by Julia (EASLEY, SC, United States)