The River Girl's Christmas

Texas Women of Spirit, Book 4
Narrated by: J. Grace Pennington
Series: Texas Woman of Spirit, Book 4
Length: 2 hrs and 38 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Christmas of 1892 promises to be exciting for Zillia Eckhart, especially after she finds out her best friend and sister-in-law, Soonie, is coming home. Soonie is anxious for her family to meet her husband, Lone Warrior. But threats line the Texas trails. The two friends find themselves in a struggle for faith and family like they’ve never faced before. But family ties run swift and deep, sure as the Colorado River.

©2016 Angela Castillo (P)2017 Angela Castillo

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Great book!

Excellently written and narrated. This was my first time listening to this author and narrator. I'll definitely listen to another book by both!

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Good book

The author bravely tackles the tough subject of prejuidism but does it with grace. I recommend this book!

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Christmas time when characters we have come to know from previous books home at Christmas. The trials and struggles they are facing.More history of Texas and the native Americans
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