Prairie Hills

Letters from the Enemy / Treasure in the Hills / The Dreams of Hannah Williams

Christian - Historical Fiction
348 Pages
Reviewed on 05/07/2009
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by:Paige Winship Dooley
In an effort to provide for her daughter, Emma Delaney tries to work her gold mine. The widow admits she must have help. Babe decides she is getting a new Pa. Find out what happens when a stranger comes to them.

This is a great story based on faith and love. Love can be good the second time around no matter how hard you fight it. Always have faith, just like a child.

by: Linda Ford
When her grandparents decide to retire Hannah Williams takes over running their hotel. Her deceased father raised her to be independent. She decides she will run this hotel by herself. The hotel needs a lot of work before it can be opened. Unfortunately she doesn’t have that kind of money. She tries to do the herself. A cowboy named Jake is determined to help her even if she doesn’t want his help. Can two stubborn people make love work?

by: Susan May Warren
The setting is 1918. War has taken many of the young men away. Lilly and Marjorie eagerly watch for the mail train hoping to receive a letter from their wait to hear from their beaus. When a stranger comes to town, Libby befriends him. What happens when fall in love with the one that you thought you shouldn't?

I enjoyed all three stories. The common thread other than location is strong independent women and their faith in God. Fans of Christian romance will enjoy Prairie Hills.