Book Reviews of Dawn of the Morning

Dawn of the Morning
Dawn of the Morning
Author: Grace Livingston Hill
ISBN-13: 9780553233612
ISBN-10: 0553233610
Publication Date: 11/1992
Pages: 249
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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Mrs. Hill creates thrilling stories of inspiring, wholesome people whose hearts cope triumphantly with the problem of life and love.
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It keeps me up late at night reading it. I haven't finished reading it, yet, but I started it a couple of days ago and I will finish it soon. It's about a young girl named Dawn who grows up without much love in her life, and spends most of her growing up away at a boarding school. When a man decides to marry her, she doesn't know what to think. She doesn't like the man very much, but she likes to think of having her own home to take care of. Without having much say in the matter, she is all set to be married to the man (his name is Harrington Winthrop). Harrington's evil scemes are unknown until just before the wedding. Harrington's loving brother decides to marry young Dawn... But Dawn doesn't know about the quickly-formed plan! She runs away after the marriage because of confusion and her mother-in-law's anger. She becomes a much-loved teacher in a small town. ...But Harrington is still after Dawn. I like the excitement and emotion of this book. All of Grace Livingston Hill's books are good!
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Old copy - not the same cover ... As her wedding day began, pretty Dawn Van Rensselaer was filled with doubts about the wonderous new life that lay ahead. But the young bride's uncertainty ended before the day did, when Dawn realized she'd been tricked into marrying a stranger. Heartbroken, she ran from the meaningless marriage - unaware that only in flight would she finally awaken to the healing power of love.
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As her wedding day began, pretty Dawn Van Rensselaer was filled with doubts about the wonderous new life that lay ahead. But the young bride's uncertainty ended before the day did, when Dawn realized she'd been tricked into marrying a stranger. Heartbroken, she ran from the meaningless marriage - unaware that only in flight would she finally awaken to the healing power of love.