Ella McFarland sits on the precipice of her life's dream: teaching at Worthington School for Girls. But in the male dominated world of 1905, scandal clouds her family name and may limit her to grueling farm labor in Indian Territory. As hope for Oklahoma statehood rises, a new love buds in her heart, and the woman's suffrage debate rages, Ella encounters an abused sharecropper's daughter, forcing her to make decisions she never imagined about her faith, family, and aspirations. What toll will the turmoil demand of Ella's dream? And what call might God lay on her heart?
|Publisher:||Mountainview Books, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.84(d)|
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This is a terrific book! I have only read 86 pages of 355 and I'm raring to go to read more. I may have to let housework go while I read...or...if I put it aside for awhile then I can enjoy the anticipation of picking up my Nook again! I hope this author will write more novels like this one.