Another excellent book by Rosanne Bittner! She makes history come alive and jump off the pages in full color. I really enjoyed this book. Good plot and tyou feel like you know the people before long and live right along with them.
devastated by droughts and plagues that have ravaged her familys homestead on the Nebraska plains in the 1870's,settler Ingrid Svensson regards wealthy Jude Kingman as her sworn enemy.But Ingrid gradually sees that Jude shares her commitment to seeing justice served,and when personal tragedy strikes at everything she holds most dear , this strong , independent woman must reconsider her previous assumptions and open her heart to forgiveness...and love.
This is the first book I have read by R. Bittner. She writes a heartwarming story of early prairie life. Ingrid Svensson immigrated to America with her parents and their story begins in the state of Nebraska. Her losses and trials were very real, causing the reader to be caught up in the story from the start. She cautiously falls in love with Jude Kingman and we see a love story of faithfulness, hope, and forgiveness. It is an excellent read.