This book has 4 stories about brides traveling from Missouri to Oregon along the Oregon Trail. I really liked this book because it is the type of book that is my favorite. . . .anything from the 1800s!
A great romance book, with four complete novels. A great read!
LOVED IT---this was a great book. Made me want to get more about the early pioneer days. Oregon Trail movement. Life was so much more pure and simple in those days.
On back cover-Thousands of hearty souls are traveling from Independence, Missouri, to the northwestern frontier, along the Oregon Trail. Each is dreaming of a new life full of hope and prosperity. Can four women find lasting romance among the dusty ruts of the Trail? Will hope in the stories of Trail's End-and faith in God's leading-get them over the mountains and settled into new lives?
Loved it. If you like reading about the travelers "going west" you will too.
I really enjoyed the first two books in this book. The third one I was having problems following. I didn't complete the book...
This was a wonderful book, very peaceful and relaxing read.
A clean and sweet love stories in a early american setting.
Thousands of hearty souls are traveling from Independence, Missouri, to the northwestern frontier, along the Oregon Trail. Each is dreaming of a new life full of hope and prosperity.
As her journey begins, Bethany meets and marries the man to whom she has pledged herself in letters. Will The Wedding Wagon and its occupants survive the long trip? In traversing the Oregon Trail, Emma has given up her dreams of medical training in the East. Coudl she ever consider becoming a Bridge for a Preacher? Megan is running from her past - and, before long, trying to protect her secret from a Pinkerton agent in the wagon train. Will she be forced to choose Murder or Matrimony before she reaches Devil's Gate? Penny's long days on the trail are relieved when she meets the Millbergs' driver, Dillon. But Lavina Millberg is determined to secure his attentions, too. Who will be the new Bride in the Valley when they reach Oregon?
Can four women find lasting romance among the the dusty ruts of the trail? Will hope in the stories of Trail's End - and faith in God's leading - get them over teh mountains and settled into new lives?
Great book. Faith in God leads them thru. Loved the book.
This was an enjoyable read for me. I dont normally like romances, but this book drew me in and I was hooked! It was very pleasant and not too much mushy gushy stuff!
Can four women find lasting romance among the dusty ruts of the Oregon trail? Will hope in the stories of trail"s end-and faith in Gods' leading- get them over the mountains and settled into new lives?
Bethany...The wedding wagon