Edna W. reviewed Blessing in Disguise (Red River of the North, Bk 6) on
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The author outdid herself in coming up with a riveting ending to her 6 book series. It was NOT more of the same!! All of the "old" characters became more realistic while the new ones were interesting and compelling. The plot was so well woven and kept me turning the pages to the very end without knowing the resolution. A thoroughly enjoyable piece of Christian fiction that has many good spiritual principles woven into the narrative without being "preachy"!
I was so sad to see the series end, but found there are lots more. return to red river series, daughters of blessing series, and home to blessing series. Thanks Lauraine for keeping the series going. Excellent!
Very well written draws you in and keeps your attention. I have read the whole series and loved book. I am collecting them to read again. I love the Norwegian heritage which has sparked an interest in my family history.
The continuation of a wonderful saga of Norwegian immigrants to North Dakota. Wow! what a difficult life they had but they lived it with grace and an everyday dependence on their God. Lots of details about their everyday life and family relationships. The kind of series you just don't want to end.