Beyond the Gathering Storm

Narrated by: Marguerite Gavin
Series: Canadian West, Book 5
Length: 6 hrs and 44 mins
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As a youth, Henry had been rescued from terrible circumstances by the Delaneys, whose loving care helped to heal his painful memories. Now, as a young man of character and deep faith working as a representative of the law, his duties include some that leave him with haunting memories, particularly of the young widow and baby boy whom he longs to help.

Some years after Henry was adopted, Christine also joined the Delaney family. She, too, learns to know her parents' God. When she moves to the city to find employment, it is with full determination to follow in the faithful footsteps of her parents and beloved older brother. But what would brother and sister find, beyond the gathering storm?

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Not one of the best of this series

The switching story lines has made for difficulty personally. I can't remember what happened/happening and would have to go back to "review". Love her books and series, this is the first one I've read where she has focused on two different storylines - hope it's the only one.

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quite depressing story.

This narrator was not my favorite. the story was pretty disturbing for me because I have been through an abusive relationship myself. I had to skip to the end. The end was good, but it was a pretty torturous read. not as good as her other ones.

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Trust and Love i,Submission to God.i,Marriagev

There was a parallel between .Wynn Delany and Elizabeth Delany of who ,respect and each other,but always b look. for guidance from God, their first loveb how Henry follows his father in his footsteps and When it comes ton courting ,eventually marriage is
The second part of paralell is when good sister Christine, mistakes love for ,possession .Wynn respects so does Henry loves them as God's gift.But"Christine realizes the difference between love and respect as a precious gift of God ,or being treated like a possession ,to doted oppn if pleases the ownerr,and cast aside or broken ,blamed for her mistreareatment,because ofvdispleasing him.Christine realizese To must come first If,her future husband disagreed.Thus severing a naarpride based marriagev./union.She returns to what. she recalls what her parent always had been witness of Marriage based on trusting and loving Godb.Thus it is like the b prodigal daughter returns ,to God
But it shows a prodigal Son .who returns to God