David Ransom's Watch

David Ransom's Watch

by Isabella Alden, Pansy, Jenny Berlin

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Miss Hannah Stern received plenty of marriage proposals in her time. There was Ben Ransom, the fickle, restless charmer who cheated his older brother David out of his most beloved possession--their father's watch. And Ray Prescott, the minister who dreamed of the good works he could accomplish for Christ with Hannah by his side. Yet Hannah remained unmarried in the big house on the farm just outside town . . . until the fateful day that Hannah's heart was finally touched by love in a most unexpected way.

But old beaux have a way of coming back, and after years of separation, Hannah finds herself mired in Ben Ransom's troubled life. Soon, Hannah realizes that the future of the one she loves most is inextricably tied to Ben Ransom, his brother David, and David's beloved silver watch.

This edition of the 1905 classic Christian novel includes a biography of the author and additional bonus content.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150375031
Publisher: Anglocentria, Inc.
Publication date: 09/24/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 488,209
File size: 762 KB

About the Author

Isabella Alden was the best-selling Christian author of her time. Born in 1841, her first book, Helen Lester, was published in 1865. With that success, Isabella became a tireless writer of books and short stories that explained God's plan for salvation and reinforced Christian values. A talented writer, her inventive plots and wonderful dialog were featured in over 100 books, many of which were translated into different languages and sold around the world.

You can learn more about Isabella, read free novels and short stories, and view a complete list of her published books at www.IsabellaAlden.com

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AnneMarieG1 More than 1 year ago
Isabella Alden's books are so inspiring and this book is one of her best. I loved the character of Hannah Sterns and how much she cared for others, even though she was afraid to show it. And I took many lessons from David Ransom about faith, trusting God, and living life with a forgiving heart. It's a beautiful and timeless story that's as meaningful today as when it was first written over one hundred years ago.