Book Reviews of Bethany's Song

Bethany's Song
Bethany's Song
Author: Susan Plunkett
ISBN-13: 9780505524638
ISBN-10: 0505524635
Publication Date: 11/2001
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 4.6/5 Stars.
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4.6 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I loved this book. The story was whimiscal, funny, spititual and adventuorous all in one. The heroine was so gutsy and independent. It's a time travel story that really touches your heart.
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okay follow up story to frist in series
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This is the second book in the James sister trilogy, but the third has never been published. This is my favorite and will stand alone. Bethany is so afraid when she goes back in time...it is joy to see that without her sisters she can grow into the wonderful woman she is meant to be.

For Bethany James, freedom comes in the form of the River of Time, sweeping her away from her old life, to 1895. But on awakening in Juneau, Alaska, Bethany discovers a whole new batch of problems. For one thing, she has been separated from her sisters -- the only ones with whom she shares perfect harmony. And the widowed mine-owner who finds her -- Matthew Gray -- is hardly someone with whom she expects to connect.

Yet struggling to survive, drawing on every skill she possesses, the violet-eyed beauty finds herself growing into a stronger person. She is learning to trust, learning to love. And in helping Matt do the same, Bethany realizes the laments of the past are only too soon made the sweet strains of happiness.
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two years after her life was altered in a car wreck, Bethany James found freedom. It came in the form of the river of time. Sweeping her away from her old life, to 1895. But awakening in Junea, Alaska, Bethany discoved a whole new bathc of problems. For one thing, she has been seperated from her sisters- th only ones with who, she shared perfect harmony. And the widoned mine owner who found her-MAtthew Gray_ was hardly someone with whom she expected to connect. Yet struggling to survive, drawing on every skill she possessed, the violet eyed beauty found herself growing into a stronger person. She was learning to trust, learning to love, and helping Matt do the same. Bethany realized the laments of the past were only too soon made the sweet strains of happiness.