Yes!!The heroine of the story, Caroline, takes you to the brink of frustration just before you find relief. You gain an understanding of the love Caro..Show More »line has for sweet, dear Rachel, one of her mothers, and gain insight into how many southern children during this era were actually raised. Brother George’s ministry to Jake grows into a strong bond that envelops the story.
Years ago I listened to the series of Miss Julia by Ann B. Ross audiobooks and I really enjoyed them. I found Mary Lou Cheatham's book just as enterta..Show More »ining. This is the first book by this author that I have listen to and I would be interested in hearing more of her works. I did, however, find that the narrator's (Jodi Hokinson) voice made me sleepy. Not a problem if I am listening to them before I go to bed, but it is a problem if I am driving. So, I bumped up my speed to 1.25 and found that tempo more pleasant for my circumstances.
the narrator was one of my favorites! his voice was perfect for the story and distinguished the characters well. I listened a few times and now listen..Show More » to it repeatedly to go to sleep, now that i know the story so well. very engaging and genuine picture of life as it must have been in early America!