Meanwhile, Ben McCormack leaves his farm to retrieve his intended bride from a rowdy tent town on the Alaskan coastline. Ben's path inadvertently entwines with Vivian's and he finds his heart tugging him in a different direction.
Danger and disappointment plague all their journeys to the far North. Will Vivian find her sister in time to return home to see their father? Can Ginny forgive herself for the decisions she's made? Will Ben find the lifelong love he searches for?
When the world listens only to the call of gold, redemption and love become scarce treasures.
|Publisher:||Emerald House Group, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
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All That Glitters, by Lisa J. Flickinger, takes place during the Klondike Gold Rush period. When Mr. Connor becomes ill, he moves his family to their Aunt Margaret’s home. Ginny Connor has met Logan Harris who leads her to believe they would get married and travel to Carson City, build a hotel and make it rich. Vivian Connor has gone to speak with the doctor to find out what her parents are not telling her. While walking there she gets hurt. Ben McCormack is in town, checking for a letter from his intended and sees her. He lends her a hand while going to the doctor. When Vivian gets home, she finds out Ginny is gone. Vivian lets her foot heal a few days and then takes the train to find Ginny. At the same time, Ben is taking the train to go to his intended. This is a good story. The author has written this in such detail that it is easy to envision Ginny spending her time in her room on the train and to feel the pain she suffers from Logan. And it is easy to imagine how Ben must have felt when he found out who is intended really is. This is a great story of love, forgiveness and redemption. I received a copy of this book from the BookCrash book review program. This is my honest review.