9 Stories of Finding Shelter and Love in a Wintry Frontier
Review: So cute! I enjoyed this novella but it was so full that it didn’t feel like a novella at all!!
Author: Shannon McNear
Setting: 1781 North Carolina
Ethan has been hiding from his legacy – his father and grandfather are preachers – because he’s just afraid. Well, except when he’s in Milly’s tavern. Until he gets his life straight he can’t be a husband – especially, if he’s pioneering for God.
Review:I loved this! It was so sweet and fun. The bickering and relationships in this tavern were perfect!
Author: Kathleen Fuller
Setting: 1820 Ohio
A Silent Night
Review: This was the sweetest novella I’ve read in a long time. Though definitely a novella, A Silent Night is a must have on your reading list.
Author: Anna Urquhart
Setting: 1830 Michigan Territory
A Pony Express Christmas
Review: A Pony Express Christmas sucked me right in. I couldn’t say what was my favorite part of this because it was amazing! It was fun, silly, action-packed, and interesting. There were facts and verses mixed in with the most delightful conversation!!
Author: Margaret Brownley
Setting: 1862 Nebraska Territory
A Christmas Castle
Review: I loved every word!Just couldn’t put this one down. Plus, it had some very wonderful nudges about how a husbands needs to be treated that were very timely!
Author: Cynthia Hickey
Setting: 1867 Arizona Territory
The Cowboy’s Angel
On the way to his boss’s northern territory Jeremiah comes upon a very sick man who dies moments after asking Jeremiah to check on his family. Jeremiah arrives to find an hours old baby, young boy, and new widow deep in the snow and without hope to make it through to spring. Jeremiah’s conscience won’t let him leave but he can’t stay either…
Review: At first The Cowboy’s Angel seemed like another I’d read in this book but as I kept reading I realized how absolutely different and wonderful it really was. I really can use Belle’s thankfulness as an example!
Author: Lauraine Snelling
Setting: 1875 Dakota Territory
A Badlands Christmas
Review: WOW. I really loved this. The romance was downplayed to Noela fixing her relationships with her family and God.
Author: Marcia Gruver
Setting: 1885 Dakota Territory
Father left Milly in charge of her two sisters several weeks ago and hasn’t returned. When the youngest sister, Jess, breaks her ankle the girls end up at the mercy of brothers living in the area. If only Father hadn’t told them to stay away from men…
Author: Vickie McDonough
Setting: 1889 Oklahoma Territory
The Gold Rush Christmas
Review: For me this just wasn’t a great close to the book. It didn’t have enough pull.
Author: Michelle Ule
Setting: 1897 Alaska
This was a really long book and took me forever to read but I loved every second – I even purchased a physical copy to share!
|Source:||Barbour via Netgalley (a really long time ago!)|
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