Santa Fe Woman
B&H Publishing Group, 2006 - 326 pages
Twenty-two-year-old Jori Hayden has always lived safely under the shelter of her overly generous father, a widowed Arkansas stockbroker. But when the severe economic depression of the 1800s comes along, there is no longer any cushion left to support that creampuff lifestyle. Their fortune destroyed, the entire Hayden family must venture west together along the hardscrabble Santa Fe Trail in search of a new livelihood. With her father's health declining and her Aunt Kate - a dedicated Christian - keeping charge over the younger siblings, Jori must begin to take some charge. She hires the gruff Chad Rocklin right out of prison to lead the Hayden's wagon train. It will be a journey marked by dangerous characters and conditions at every turn, where unexpected romance, true faith and a strong family may prove to be the biggest fortunes of all.
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I was really disappointed with this series. I am a big Gilbert Morris Fan, so when I began to read these books... The plots are the same. If I didn't know any better I would say Gilbert Morris didn't ... Consulter l'avis complet
I enjoyed this book from the very begining. I love to read and christian romance is a sweeter side of reading. I was sucked into this book, I wished that the story would continue with their lives after they reach Santa Fe. HINT HINT! Mr. Gilbert Morris. Consulter l'avis complet