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In 1848, women can expect a few bumps along the Oregon Trail.

Corinne Temple, age 17, has a few ridiculous challenges to face outside the river crossings, snakes, Indians, accidental gunshots, and finding enough privacy to be clean along the grimy trail. When Corinne’s marriage of convenience gets less convenient, she turns to some new friends in the wagon train who help her see the hope for the future. They teach her to take the time to dance and celebrate the small victories, to have faith and determination through the hardest things a person can face.

Corinne’s journey takes her from the cobblestone streets of fashionable Boston to the rugged mountains of the West, across rivers and deserts, from sea to shining sea. A faithful heart gets this young woman through the hardest days on the trail; her skills and resolve show her and others how a woman can rise from circumstances and survive. Join her as she discovers her own strength and resilience in...Finding Her Way.

Previously released as Seeing the Elephant, revised, rewritten, and professionally edited.

©2011, 2012, 2016, 2017 Leah Banicki (P)2018 Leah Banicki

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I thoroughly enjoyed this story and learned a lot about the hardships suffered through and endured by those leaving the comfort of their homes and easy existence of their entertaining lives.
The way this story is written I felt as if I was experiencing all that was happening and sometimes it made me cry and at others laugh but all the while I was eager to find out what was going to happen next.
The main character is such a knowledgeable young lady and in her favor she is very willing to teach others the skills that she learned from her mother as well as to help heal those who needed it. She has a very generous heart and that comes through very clearly.
The men she is in contact with are mostly very nice except for one who drives her nuts with his forced and unwanted attention.
I loved the very refreshing and adaptable voice of Reen Vogel as she narrated this epic story in a very professional and interesting manner in the audio version.
These two artists, the writer and narrator, make a great team and I thank them for sharing this lovely, clean, exciting, enjoyable historical romance with me and I am happy to recommend it as great entertainment.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request, via Audiobook Boom, and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • no.one
  • Keizer,Oregon
  • 01-30-18

A wonderful experience

I have read all Leah Banicki's books. This book, number one in her series of Christian romance, touched my heart deeply. The audio was very well done and only made the story and characters come even more alive. Looking forward to book two and beyond!

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  • Heather
  • ABERDEEN, MD, United States
  • 02-17-18

Good listen

Narration could have been a little better . Voice was a little to weak for me. Story is enjoyable and correct to the period.

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Great Book

What did you love best about Finding Her Way?

Loved everything and everyone in this book

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

Love this Narrator and the song she sang was wonderful

Who was the most memorable character of Finding Her Way and why?

Clive, he is like a long lost Grandpa and do very wise

Any additional comments?

This is one of the very best books I have listened to. Loved all the characters. Well maybe not Andrew so much. Can hardly wait for the next book to come out in audible. Thank you Leah for this wonderful book.


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a young woman's journey on the oregon trail

What did you love best about Finding Her Way?

that the fiesta young lady could proved her value at a time when women where thought to be less than...everybody

What was one of the most memorable moments of Finding Her Way?

no spoiler alert... but.. when andrew get his

Which scene was your favorite?

i love when corrine is often knowing what to do to help people when they get hurt or become sick.. which is often on the trail... you feel like you have made the journey by the time you finish...

If you could rename Finding Her Way, what would you call it?

seeing the elephant...lol