Book Reviews of Escape to Sanctuary (Heartsong Presents)

Escape to Sanctuary (Heartsong Presents)
Escape to Sanctuary - Heartsong Presents
Author: M. J. Conner
ISBN-13: 9781593105266
ISBN-10: 1593105266
Publication Date: 4/1/2005
Pages: 176
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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Life in New York has grown too dangerous. So when faced with only two options-a life in a brothel or becoming a mail order bride, Emily chooses the latter and moves to Sanctuary, Montna. After all, the ad states she'll have six months to make her decision, and by then, surely she can find a way out of the marriage agreement.
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Life in New York has grown too dangerous. So when faced with only 2 toptions - a life in a brothel or becoming a mail-order bride, Emily Foster chooses the latter and moves to Sanctuary, MT. After all, the ad states she'll have 6 mos. to make her decision, and by then, surely she can find a way out of the marriage agreement. Adam Jacobs has been wonunded deeply. He's angry with God, angry for lost dreams, angry for his wounded pride. When his best friend arranges for a mail-order bride, it's the last straw.
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Historical romance at it's best! Very good book.
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A wonderful story of a man who does not want to love again and a woman who is afraid to ask for anything to satisfy her needs including love. A quick read.
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Good Read, Great Christian romance. Easily read in a couple evenings or a day.
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Another "someone else bought him a mail order bride and he didn't know about it" story! (I just reviewed Colleen Coble's "From Russia with Love" which has this same theme.) This was a lovely little book set in frontier times. The hero was burned by love and embittered by some of the harsh blows of life. Then he meets his "bride" who was ordered by his friends, and sees her own strength and peace of mind in adversity. Love ensues.

This was an enjoyable book and I felt the religious aspects of it were well-integrated into the story.