Reviews - Inspirational

HISTORICAL:  When school teacher Margaret Hutchins moves to the small town of Cutter's Creek in Montana Territory, she falls in love with the sense of community that surrounds her. The community is important to her, especially since she lost her parents ten years earlier to influenza. Heath Moore is looking for a wife.

HISTORICAL:  When Roy rescues seventeen-year-old Hattie Arnsby from a hard life with her drunken father, the young girl believes she is destined to become a happy bride. Her own addiction to alcohol makes her an easy target for the evil man, whose true plan is to sell her to the Red Garter, a brothel in Keystone, South Dakota.

As much as she protested leaving Cutter’s Creek, Montana, Jennie finds herself in a covered wagon on her way to Deadwood, South Dakota with her married sister, Ruby, and their six sisters.

HISTORICAL:  The family of Ishmael is blessed with many daughters and when God commands their kinsman, Lehi, to flee Jerusalem with his family of many sons, Ishmael decides to join their families in marriage and leave together. His daughter Hannah hopes to wed the faithful Nephi, but she instead is given to Lemuel, a man who struggles with standing firm.

The Soldier's Bride
Rachelle J.
Christensen

HISTORICAL:  During WWI, a soldier gives the gift of a music box to his new bride to console her while he is away at war. The music box, with its soothing melody, keeps his wife Evelyn comforted with the knowledge that one day he will return — until the military men come to her home to tell her that Jim is dead.

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