Pioneer Passage

Pioneer Passage

Pioneer Passage

Pioneer Passage

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Life on the Oregon Trail is full of more deprivations and difficulties than Cornelia Rose ever imagined, in spite of her research and preparations for the rough road ahead.

  • WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award - Best Historical Fiction

Cornelia thought leaving the comforts of home and her family would be the greatest ordeal she would ever face... and then she encounters buffalo, quicksand, mountain fever, and old beaus.

Her feisty spirit and medical knowledge help her face challenges from unexpected sources. She summons all her ingenuity to combat the hardships, leading them to her greatest unknown.

What will be waiting for them in the Great Salt Lake City, and who is that silent brooding man on their wagon train who seems so familiar?

EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a journey back in time to the 1800s, with the third book in the award-winning "Journey of Cornelia Rose" series, combining the best of historical fiction, women's fiction, and the Old West pioneering spirit as one woman seeks fulfillment in her life.

"I loved this story, as I did the second book, and I can only hope the author does not intend to end Nellie's journey with their arrival in Salt Lake City. A fantastic read that I can highly recommend and one of the best I've had in a long time. Readers' Favorite Book Reviews, Grant Leishman (5 STARS)

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781622536399
Publisher: Evolved Publishing
Publication date: 12/20/2021
Series: Journey of Cornelia Rose , #3
Edition description: First Softcover ed.
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

AUTHOR: Jane Frances Collen has spent the last umpteen years practicing as a lawyer - but don't hold that against her! She has made a career of protecting Intellectual Property, but at heart always wanted to be writing novels instead of legal briefs. She has written award-winning children's books, "The Enjella® Adventure Series," using fantasy as a vehicle for discussing the real-world problems of children. She has tried to use her talent for storytelling for good instead of evil. But her real love is history. One of her many hobbies is traveling to historical sites around the world and reading the biographies of the people who affected these places. Her books depict modern dilemmas in historical settings, with a touch of humor. Since only one of her parents had a sense of humor, however, Jane feels she is only half as funny as she should be. She and her husband, to her husband's great relief, departed New York and now reside in Connecticut.

EDITOR: Books have always been a part of Kat McIntyre's life. She started early on as a reader and would devour anything she could get her hands on, from non-fiction books to the many fantasy series she ended up falling in love with. When she went to West Chester University, she got her Bachelor's in Literature. From there, she became an author, working with a variety of different publishers, each one offering a unique experience. Collaborating with so many editors and experiencing what a difference they made on her work pushed her in the direction of turning her applied skills to freelance editing. As an editor, she's fallen in love with helping authors produce the best versions of their work possible. In her free time, she has a penchant for board games, diner nights, and adventures.
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