Prairie Hills: Letters from the Enemy/Treasure in the Hills/The Dreams of Hannah Williams (Romancing America: South Dakota)

Prairie Hills Letters from the Enemy Treasure in the Hills The Dreams of Hannah Williams Romancing America South Dakota Ride the hill dotted prairie with three independent women Emma Delaney is doing fine on her own until her daughter decides to play matchmaker Hannah Williams relishes her freedom until a local rancher

  • Title: Prairie Hills: Letters from the Enemy/Treasure in the Hills/The Dreams of Hannah Williams (Romancing America: South Dakota)
  • Author: Susan May Warren Paige Winship Dooly Linda Ford
  • ISBN: 9781602604094
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ride the hill dotted prairie with three independent women Emma Delaney is doing fine on her own until her daughter decides to play matchmaker Hannah Williams relishes her freedom until a local rancher tries to solve all her problems for her Lilly Clark is content with her choices until siding with an immigrant against prejudice puts her at odds with the whole town WilRide the hill dotted prairie with three independent women Emma Delaney is doing fine on her own until her daughter decides to play matchmaker Hannah Williams relishes her freedom until a local rancher tries to solve all her problems for her Lilly Clark is content with her choices until siding with an immigrant against prejudice puts her at odds with the whole town Will each woman surrender when faith and love call to them

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      Published :2018-06-14T02:35:53+00:00

    1 thought on “Prairie Hills: Letters from the Enemy/Treasure in the Hills/The Dreams of Hannah Williams (Romancing America: South Dakota)”

    1. I so enjoyed all three stories but my favorite was Susan May Warren's story. So intense and sad how prejudice can rob people of their joy!Linda Fords story made me smile all the way through, especially the part involving a mattress and stairs and a handsome man!Paige Dooly's story was a little harder to get into but was good about teaching how good it is when someone takes care of you!

    2. This was a 3-in-1 collection. The last story, 'Letters From The Enemy' I'd read before, but it was worth the 2nd read. Enjoyed these stories on FAITH.

    3. All of these stories were good Christian Fiction. I really enjoyed the first and third stories the best. The first story has a mother & little girl. The mother is a widow. A man rides up to their cabin, and the little girl bursts out and yells, "That's my new Papa!" This is a cute and fun story,The third story is set during World War 1. A young girl has a fiancé in the war, but she has befriended a young man who is part Norweigan and part German. He is a kind and gentle man, but the towns p [...]

    4. I'm going to rate these individually. Treasure in the Hills by Paige Windhip Dooly fun because the guys is always cheerful and the girl so dang cute. 3 1/2 stars for that one.The Dreams of Hannah Williams by Linda Ford ok but the girl and guy couldn't manage to communicate. I hate that. So even though it was a nice story it only gets 2 stars.Letters from the Enemy by Susan May Warren Super nice story and real likable characters. Even almost made me cry in a couple of places. If it didn't have so [...]

    5. This was actually three novellas by three different authors. All of them were Christian Romances with history woven in the plot. There were claims of gold, waiting for men to come home from the war, and women in an attempt to be independent and on their own. The authors had good characters and the plots kept me interested.

    6. I picked this book up because I enjoyed Susan May Warren's other novels, but I just couldn't get into this one. I tried it a couple times, but I could never get past the first several pages.

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