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Becoming Lucy: Winds Across the Prairie, Book 1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2011

    Highly recommended

    This book is a really sweet wild west romance book. It is well written with and very captivating. I enjoyed the story and could hardly put the book down!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2012


    Loved it! Onto book 2

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  • Posted February 6, 2011

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    Love this series,

    Boston 1896, Lucinda Bishop was a seventeen year old young woman and had just lost her parents in a buggy accident. She was down to inherited a large estate when she turned eighteen, but her uncle Rudolph Bishop was very angry that he did not receive more of his brother's estate.

    Her uncle Ben and aunt Amelia from the Oklahoma territory invited Lucinda to go home with them as she had no one else to live with. She would get to meet her cousins and have someone to love her. So this is what she did and had to learn a completely new way of life. She had grown up with servants and cooks, so all she knew how to do was play the piano and embroidery. She soon learned some of the skills of keeping a home. She met Jake Starnes that worked for her uncle Ben and she was very attracted to him, but he had a secret of his own.

    Some things started to happen to Lucinda that could not be understood as she was being shot at and no one knew who it was and why. Then Jake received God into his heart and had to go back to Texas to confess to some things in his past. What will happen to Luncinda latter called Lucy and Jake?

    I though this was a very interesting book as I have read the others in the series but not this first one, so now I know how it all begin and I will go back and read them all together. Martha Rogers is a very good author and comes up with some great ideas.

    This book was sent to me by Strang Communications Co. for my honest review.

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  • Posted February 23, 2010

    Prairie romance

    Easy reading. If you enjoyed Jeanette Oke's prairie romances, you'll love BECOMING LUCY, book one of her Winds Across the Prairie series.

    A young Boston heiress finds herself alone after her parents' deaths, except for her father's brother who wants her dead so he can claim his brother's wealth, and her mother's sister who offers to take her in. The only problem is she must leave the city she loves and move to a humble ranch in remote Oklahoma.

    Once settled in with her aunt's family and surrounded by love, Lucinda Bishop grows in confidence and faith, but danger follows her. She is in danger of losing her life to an unknown assailant, and losing her heart to the quiet ranch hand with a secret past.

    This is a heartwarming story of Christian love worked out through everyday situations, even hard ones. It will bless the whole family.

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  • Posted December 6, 2009

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    The first Winds Across the Prairie tale is an interesting western inspirational romance

    In 1896 Boston, following the tragedy that took her parents, Lucinda Bishop buries her beloved mama and papa on the same day. Her maternal Aunt "Mellie" Amelia and Uncle Ben Haynes offer her a home on their Oklahoma Territory ranch though the seventeen years old heiress would prefer to remain in Boston. Her paternal Uncle Randolph is outraged when the kindhearted attorney Mr. Sutton explains he inherited only 10K as the bulk of the estate went to his niece in trust until she turns eighteen. Lucinda remains behind to close the estate before heading west.

    Ranch hand Jake Starnes expects a little orphaned girl based on his employer Mellie's description. Instead when he meets her in Barton Creek to take her to the ranch, he sees a Boston beauty. He vows not to want her as he believes he is unworthy of her love as an incident in his past hangs over him though he feels a kinship to her having lost his parents when he was fifteen. As they fall in love, while someone stalks Lucinda, he realizes he must confront his demon now knowing that God and Lucinda are in his heart.

    The first Winds Across the Prairie tale is an interesting western inspirational romance starring a wonderful lead female who comes west as Lucinda but quickly becomes Lucy the rancher and a hero who finds love when he finds Jesus. The support cast consists of warm friendly welcoming Sooners and a couple of nasty Easterners. Although the tale is not for everyone as the Christian messages are heavily stated, fans will enjoy Lucinda's story of moving on from grief to happiness and love with the Lord to guide her.

    Harriet Klausner

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    Posted January 8, 2010

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