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Publisher's Summary

In the big-sky country of Montana, the past doesn't always stay buried. Circumstances have a way of forcing secrets into the open, sometimes bringing hearts together in unlikely ways, and sometimes tearing them apart. 

Dear Lady is Book One in the Coming to America series about women who come to America to start new lives. Set in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these novels by best-selling author Robin Lee Hatcher craft intense chemistry and conflict between the characters, lit by a glowing faith and humanity that will win your heart.

©2010 Robin Lee Hatcher (P)2011 Zondervan

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Light, easy romance.

What made the experience of listening to Dear Lady the most enjoyable?

Historical setting with a somewhat different twist. Excellent narrator!!

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

The untamed, undeveloped west.

The strictly romance format - it could have used more depth of character/history.

What does Pam Ward bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The change of voices for each character. Her interpretation of the characters was excellent and her cadence in reading is also excellent.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No.

Any additional comments?

This is good, what I call

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Dear Lady

Really enjoyed listening to this .I was. very. move to tears. at a few times. and laughter at others.

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Enchanting

My first story by this author and I cannot wait to read/listen to more!

Wonderful storyline with the heroine coming over from England to escape a marriage to a horrible man, finds love and friendship

Perfect narration that brings the characters alive!!

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I have listened to this several times, and never tire of it. I especially like the narration

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Wonderful book.

I loved the book. It made me feel as though I was living in that era and experiencing the life of Beth, the "Dear Lady". If actually convicted my heart to have more of her traits! I've really enjoyed this newfound (by me, anyway) author's books, and Pam Ward is my favorite narrator.

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Ist book in seres

What did you like best about Dear Lady? What did you like least?

good book eazy to listen to. Now a book that you were hanging on to each word.

Would you be willing to try another book from Robin Lee Hatcher? Why or why not?

yes, the other books in seres got better.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Pam Ward?

no, her voices were not good for men.