A Dream for Tomorrow (Homeward on the Oregon Trail Series #2)

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Bestselling author Melody Carlson (more than 5 million books sold) continues her Homeward on the Oregon Trail series with this second romantic adventure.

Elizabeth Martin and her two children have made it through the easy part of their journey, but now their wagon train faces high mountain passes, dangerous river crossings, and decreasing supplies. Desperate circumstances bring out the best and worst of the travelers, including Will Bramford, the wealthy widower who is pursuing ...

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Overview

Bestselling author Melody Carlson (more than 5 million books sold) continues her Homeward on the Oregon Trail series with this second romantic adventure.

Elizabeth Martin and her two children have made it through the easy part of their journey, but now their wagon train faces high mountain passes, dangerous river crossings, and decreasing supplies. Desperate circumstances bring out the best and worst of the travelers, including Will Bramford, the wealthy widower who is pursuing Elizabeth, and Eli Kincade, the independent and solitary guide who has stolen Elizabeth's heart.

As the group reaches the Oregon Country, the emigrants part ways to find their new homes. Elizabeth and Will and their families have made arrangements to board a ship that will take them south along the coast. Will Eli change his plans and accompany Elizabeth to her new and permanent home? Or will his mysterious past continue to keep them from love?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736948739
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/1/2013
  • Series: Homeward on the Oregon Trail Series , #2
  • Pages: 298
  • Sales rank: 318,741
  • Product dimensions: 5.78 (w) x 8.34 (h) x 0.76 (d)

Meet the Author

Melody Carlson has written 200 books for teens, women, and children (more than five million copies sold). She's won several awards from the Romance Writers of America, the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, Christian Retailing magazine, and other national organizations. Melody and her husband have two grown sons and make their home in the Pacific Northwest.
www.melodycarlson.com

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  • Posted October 9, 2013

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    Faith gets them through the troubles and inconveniences The Mar

    Faith gets them through the troubles and inconveniences

    The Martin's, the Dawson's, Brady and the rest of the wagon train are continuing on their trek to Oregon. They encounter some rough traveling, some loses and some inconveniences, like Elizabeth having to share her wagon with a grieving Mrs Taylor. Remember Mrs Taylor disapproved of the Martin's, Dawson's and most of the rest of their unit, but it is with Elizabeth Martin that she chooses to travel with after the tragic loss of her husband and her beloved organ.




    The wagon train splits with more travelers going to Oregon than planned on when they started out. The split means that Eli has to lead the small group to California and leave the group Elizabeth is in. This gives Will a chance to court Elizabeth. Clara, Elizabeth's mother thinks he will make a good husband for her, but does Elizabeth want that?




    I thought I had the third book in this series but find I don't so I guess I have to go buy it because Melody left me wanting to know how things go once they reach Oregon. Will it be as bad as her sister-in-law said it is, will Elizabeth give in and marry Will? Oh I like it when this happens but I hate it too, lol, it means buying more books, lol.




    This has been a good series so far, can you imagine learning geography the way JT and Ruth are learning it, by traveling the Oregon Trail. I would recommend this book/series to anyone that likes reading Christian Historical genres. Melody shows the faith one must have had to travel like this.




    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the NetGalley book review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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  • Posted March 21, 2013

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    A DREAM FOR TOMORROW by Melody Carlson is another exciting inspi

    A DREAM FOR TOMORROW by Melody Carlson is another exciting inspirational Americana Historical Romance set in 1857 on the Oregon Trail. #2 in the "Homeward on the Oregon Trail" series,but can be read as a stand alone. Follow, Elizabeth Martin,her family,Will Bramford and Eli Kincade on the Oregon Trail,adventure,danger,faith,and love. While, Elizabeth is falling in love with Eli,Eli is determined who continue on his journey as a solitary guide without Elizabeth. In the meantime, Will Bramford, the wealthy widower is pursuing Elizabeth with a passion. On the trail, the travelers begin to lose their lives,are running out of supplies,must cross dangerous mountains,rivers,and tangle with each other while the travelers patience are running thin and tempers are running high. Fast paced story of endurance,patience,survival,faith,loss,grief,second chances,new life, and love. A must read for anyone who enjoys historical romance, adventures on the Oregon Trail,and American history. A great story with engaging characters,allbeit,some are very hard to like others are easy to love and you will hold dear to your heart. You will remember these characters and this story long after the last page. A great read and one I would recommend. Received for an honest review from the publisher and Wynn-Wynn Media,LLC.

    RATING: 4

    HEAT RATING: SWEET

    REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction Reviews

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  • Posted March 6, 2013

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    Okay Read This is book two of the series. Book one was getting

    Okay Read

    This is book two of the series. Book one was getting started with the Oregon Trail book two spends the whole book on the trail. Elizabeth and her family are traveling along. Elizabeth is finding herself having feelings for Eli but she has also attracted the attention of Will another person on the train. As they get closer to the end of the train Elizabeth receives a letter from her sister in law and the news is not great. Has Elizabeth and her family made a bad choice coming west? Can Elizabeth find love? Who will she choose Eli or Will? 




         I have come to enjoy books that have an Oregon trail plot and this book was enjoyable and interesting.




    What I liked: Elizabeth and her family are heading west for a new start and enjoying the adventure along the way. Elizabeth continues to deal with her feelings towards Eli the scout of the train and also she soon finds out that Will also on the trail west is interested in courting her. Plus there is added worry about what they will face when they reach the end of the trail when Elizabeth gets a letter from her sister in law. I thought all the different story lines when well together. 




    What I did not like: Elizabeth is again the only first person character in the book and I just don’t like that. I know this is can be a personal preference but I wanted to get to know Eli maybe even Will a little but we are left with only getting glimpses of their feelings from her and I feel it really takes away from the book. 




         Over all this book is likeable and I am looking forward to the third and final book of the series which will focus on settling into the Oregon territory. My rating is a little lower because of only the one first person telling of the book. Had it had two it would have easily been a 4 or 5 star book. Still good though and I recommend this series. Though you will need to go back and read book one as they are very much tied together.

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  • Posted March 4, 2013

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    Melody Carlson in her new book, ┬┐A Dream for Tomorrow┬┐ Book Two

    Melody Carlson in her new book, “A Dream for Tomorrow” Book Two in the Homeward on the Oregon Trail series published by Harvest House Publishers continues the journey of Elizabeth Martin.

    From the back cover: Life on the trail was challenging. Will settling down prove just as difficult?

    It’s the summer of 1857, and Elizabeth Martin is pursuing the dream she shared with her late husband–to take their two children west and start a new life. Along with her parents, her newly married brother, and even her devoted farmhand, she has joined a substantial wagon train and successfully completed the first half of the long trip from Kentucky to the southern Oregon coast. And along the way Elizabeth has caught the eye of fellow traveler, Will Bramford, a wealthy and charming widower from Boston, and also of Eli Kincaid, the handsome and mysterious scout for the wagon train.

    Now the time has come for the train to divide as some travelers head south to California. Several emigrants, including Will and his children, have decided to settle near Elizabeth and her family, but Eli is chosen to lead the southbound group. Elizabeth must decide whether to do the prudent thing–accept Will’s proposal and the security he can provide–or to follow her heart and fall in love with a man who seems wed to the trail.

    Romance, adventure and faith are on display in this second book in the Homeward on the Oregon Trail series.

    We are coming up on the first half of the journey but we still have to face high mountain passes, dangerous river crossings, and decreasing supplies. Other members of the Train also face life threatening circumstances while other members face punishment. It wouldn’t be a Melody Carlson book without the romance though Elizabeth is going to have to choose which suitor she will say yes to. “A Dream for Tomorrow” is great fun to read. Ms. Carlson has a great way of telling the story and moving it along at a nice pace. Her characters are wonderful and she gives them life and unique voices. All this and in a Western. What more can anyone desire? A really enjoyable read.

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Harvest House Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2013

    This is one of the best series

    I don't usually give reviews, but I was so surprised by how wonderful this series was to read, that I had to give it a review. If you love historic frontier books, you will love the two books in this series. I can't wait for the third. I read at night before bed and I lost a lot of sleep because I had a hard time putting the book down!! You will love it!!

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