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Posted May 16, 2008
Three books about love and romance and hardships. Spoke of Love, Spinning out of Control and Weaving a Future will uplift you, encourage you, and help you to grow. In first story - Spoke of Love - we love and compassion for an indentured servant brought to America to be sold as a bride. Samuel is a widower and cannot stand to see Garnet abused. So he buys her and takes her home to help take care of his children. They both have a lot of brokeness to overcome before they can reach out to each other and trust each other. In Spinning Out of Control Micah returns home to learn his wife has died in childbirth. He finds her cousin there caring for his children. He has a hard time letting go of his wife's death and his grief at not being there and finds it hard to reach out to his new daughter. He also has a hard time accepting Amy Rogers being in his house and his other daughter loving her so. In Weaving A Future Sadie lies to Harry who has purchases horses from her father because she is afraid he will not complete the deal. She needs the money. She loves Harry but weaves so many lies, she doesn't know how to get out of the mess she has wove. In the meantime a couple of soldiers try to rob her and it takes servant going after Harry to bring him back to save her. All three stories will draw you in and not let you quit until the last word. You keep wanting to go on.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 27, 2008
Virginia Brides covers the loves and losses of the Walsh family from 1750-1848. In Spoke of Love by Cathy Marie Hake widower Samuel Walsh buy's indentured servant Garnet Wheelock in 1750. Garnet has lost the ability to speak, but despite that she quickly gains the affection of Samual's children. But can Samuel and Garnet allow themselves to fall in love again. In the second story Spinning Out of Control by Vickie McDonough Amy Rogers arrives unanounced to the farm of her cousin Kathryn looking for a place to stay after the death of her abusive father. Amy finds Kathryn in labor and after delivering the baby Kathryn dies living Amy to care for her children. When Kathryn's husband Micah Walsh arrives home he is not happy to find this stanger in his house. But he allows Amy to stay, but will these two allow an attachment to form? In the final story Weaving a Future by Susan Page Davis Sadie McEwan has become the lady of the house after the death of her mother and with her brother in the army fighting in Mexico she has become her father's assistant in managing the horse farm when horse trader Harry Cooper in 1848. But when a double tradegy hits will Sadie turst this newcomer enough to allow him to help? All three stories are sweet inspirtional romances.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 12, 2011
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