Book Reviews of The Prodigal Girl

The Prodigal Girl
The Prodigal Girl
Author: Grace Livingston Hill
ISBN-13: 9780842350396
ISBN-10: 084235039X
Publication Date: 7/1993
Pages: 344
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Tyndale House Pub
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Betty Thornton knew what she wanted, and it wasn't her father's boring lifestyle. So when Betty's father insists on moving the family to a farm in Vermonth, she turns to dashing Dudley Weston - and his promises of excitement and marriage - as the answer to her problems. Then, through a terrifying chain of events, Betty finds herself abandoned in a snowstorm! Now her only hope for survival is a stranger... but can she trust him?
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I'll be honest....I could not get past page 27....I like Christian fiction but this's either set in a time wheb things were more rigid or I just do not like the characters. Thornton is babied by his wife and has ger fetch everything and everyone. Treated like an idol. Thorntons thoughts are weird too...He lives all his children of course but he dotes and revers abd insude his head describes hiss daughter rose in a way I kept thinking......perv alert! Which its not tge case I figured I didnt want to waste my time on the remaining pages of this droll book.