Book Reviews of Caroline and the Raider (Orphan Train, Bk 3)

Caroline and the Raider (Orphan Train, Bk 3)
Caroline and the Raider - Orphan Train, Bk 3
Author: Linda Lael Miller
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780671676384
ISBN-10: 0671676385
Publication Date: 3/1/1992
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 136 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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I couldn't stand this book. The girl was TSTL. I skipped through a lot and then even the ending was unsatisfying. Do yourself a favor and skip this one.
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A really sweet, erotic read.
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loved it!
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Great book! Linda Leal Miller is great!
Breathtaking stories of three sisters:
Lily and the Major
Emma and the Outlaw
Caroline and the Raider
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This is a great book.
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Very good book!
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I liked this trilogy of three sisters seperated when small and the lives they led before finding each other. This is the third and is the wrapping up of the three stories,Emma And The Outlaw,Lily and The Major were books 1 and 2. I highly recommend these three books, I enjoyed the women's stories and very much enjoyed the men they found in their lives!
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Really enjoyed all three in the series.
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Nice read, but best to read all three in the trilogy close together to keep the characters and timeline straight.
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Very good series. Lots of suspence-the first two books end with just a bit of a cliffhanger then when you read the last one you find out the end.
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A Wyoming school mistress, raised by spinster sisters, takes her future in her hands and enters the saloon in search of a Confederate raider....
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great book was glad to get this book to read about carolyn
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very good
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This is the third and final book in the Orphan Train trilogy. It's definitely the most passionate. And, it wraps up the three-part collection nicely. No one does romance like Linda Lael Miller!!
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I loved this book and the whole series.
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This is a great book! I am so happy to have gotten to read all three in this series!
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This book is very heavy on sex. Good story, but stupid heroine.
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Concludes Miller's Orphan Train trilogy, which began with Lily and the Major and continued with Emma and the Outlaw. Holding her lovely head high, Wyoming schoolmistress Caroline Chalmers did what no lady should: she marched into the local saloon to see the dashing Guthrie Hayes. She needed him to rescue her fiance, but when she looked into his eyes..
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Because I'd already read the first two books of this series (even though I didn't rate either above 3 stars), I decided to find out how the sisters got together again. I wasn't impressed with this book either.

Caroline, the eldest, was the first child (of 3 sisters) who was taken from the orphan train. She was taken in by two older sisters, who were on their way to Wyoming Territory. By the second chapter, Caroline is a grown woman, teaching school in the community where she and the elderly sisters reside.

However, she is engaged to a man who is accused and convicted of robbery and murder. Caroline is sure Seaton Flynn is innocent and wants to help him escape from his pending hanging. She hears about a famous (or infamous) Rebel raider, Gutherie Hayes, and pesters him to help her.

Now, few in town believe Seaton Flynn. Caroline's guardians are certainly not believing in the young man and hope she will find someone else soon. I thought the author did a smart thing in giving Caroline the passion to chase after someone to help her. Because of her past history, Caroline NEEDED to believe in her fiancee.

School teachers were pillars of the community; people who carefully weighed controversies before taking a stand. Caroline's behavior just didn't fit a teacher's level-headed psyche. Teachers could lose their jobs for just looking like they were thinking of doing something wrong. If you like lots of sex scenes, this is the book for you. However, I got bored and skipped pages regularly. I thought the book was very average; I stuck to the end to find out about the three sisters who were separated on the orphan train.

The Orphan Train
Lily and the Major
Emma and the Outlaw
Caroline and the Raider
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the pages are alittle yellow ,but the cover still in really good condition