Catching the Rose

Catching the Rose

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by Belinda Kroll, Bright Bird Press, Binaebi Akah
     
 

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It was Veronica's responsibility to marry as her family wished, but she never lost hope of finding her childhood love.

Determined to escape her family's plan for her, Veronica searches for her childhood love, who she is convinced will marry her if given the chance.

Arrogant Yankee Brad Williams, however, waylays Veronica's plans as she begins to realize her

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Overview

It was Veronica's responsibility to marry as her family wished, but she never lost hope of finding her childhood love.

Determined to escape her family's plan for her, Veronica searches for her childhood love, who she is convinced will marry her if given the chance.

Arrogant Yankee Brad Williams, however, waylays Veronica's plans as she begins to realize her growing, unexplainable attraction to him.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453745083
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/08/2010
Pages:
346
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.72(d)

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Meet the Author

Belinda Kroll is the author of fiction for kids and teens. She grew up in a home where reading was encouraged and Jeopardy! was on every weeknight. Both activities fostered her love of history. Some of her titles include Catching the Rose, Haunting Miss Trentwood, short story Haunting Miss Trentwood: The Seance, and contemporary short story "The Story of Mad Maxine." She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two step-dogs. Go Bucks!

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Catching the Rose: Second Edition 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
vegie02 More than 1 year ago
I couldn't stop reading this book once I began, I stayed up till 3 am yesterday morning until I had read the last word. When I was first introduced to Veronica's character, I thought of her as spoiled, however as I began to become more acquainted with her, I felt a strong need for her to find her beloved Jack. Without Jack, she was destined to live an unhappy life with a man who would isolate her from her friends, and even the intriguing Brad Williams. The story is set in the early days of the Civil War. Belinda creates a story full of suspense, humor, and romance. She is definitely the author to go with if you are looking for what she considers "quirky historical fiction." This book has a few citations here and there, but you don't even notice them as you read. I recommend this novel to anyone who wants to dive into the life of a young woman on the search for her childhood love. Make sure to check out her latest book "Haunting Miss Trentwood."
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I'm sure "SLAVES" had a name so pray tell why didn't this writer choose to use one. I couldn't believe how many times the word was used. It really ruined the storyline.