Book Reviews of Magnolia Creek

Magnolia Creek
Magnolia Creek
Author: Jill Marie Landis
ISBN-13: 9780345440426
ISBN-10: 0345440420
Publication Date: 6/3/2003
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Ivy Books
Book Type: Paperback
Reviews: Amazon | Write a Review

8 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

reviewed Magnolia Creek on + 1535 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Emotional story of Civil War widow who finds out that her husband is not dead. Highly recommended!
reviewed Magnolia Creek on + 5 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Great story set in Civil War time
reviewed Magnolia Creek on + 239 more book reviews
Romance set in the Civil War era. This was a happy, inspiring read. A romance 'you'd let gramma read.'
reviewed Magnolia Creek on + 87 more book reviews
On the eve of the Civil War, Sara marries the dashing Fru, just before he rides off to join the Confederate army. He dies tragidally. A year after the war's end, battle-scarred surgeon Dru, surprises everyone when he returns home. Hugh surprise greets him
reviewed Magnolia Creek on + 72 more book reviews
My mother read and loved this book.
reviewed Magnolia Creek on + 68 more book reviews
GENRE/PUB DATE/# OF PGS: Historical Romance/2002/367 pgs
TIME/PLACE: 1860's/Kentucky
CHARACTERS: Sara Collier/wife to Dr. Dru Talbot
FIRST LINES:A young woman clothed in widow's weeds rode in the back of a crude farm wagon & watched the landscape roll by through a cascading ebony veil draped over the wide brim of her black hat.

COMMENTS: Sweet romance. Sara's from a poor family on the other side of the creek and has been taught the art of healing and herbs from her grandfather. Dru is a medical physician from a family w/ money and name. The 2 fall in love but their marriage seems to be over before it had a chance when Dru decides to join the confederate troops and fight in the Civil War. One of the local soldiers returns and tells Sara and the town that Dru has died. After a period of mourning Sara takes off w/ a Yankee soldier only to return later w/ a baby. Soon after her husband Dru also returns home, altho' he was presumed dead he wasn't and went thru a period of amnesia and then couldn't get any communications to his wife or sister. Their marriage at this point is very tenuous and Sara won't accept Dru until he can love her and her child w/ an open heart and forgiveness.
reviewed Magnolia Creek on + 78 more book reviews
This book just didn't hold my attention.
reviewed Magnolia Creek on + 205 more book reviews
On the eve of the Civil War, Sara Collier marries the dashing Dru Talbot, just before he rides off to join the Confederate army. Butr fate cuts short their chance for happiness when Dru dies tragically on the battlefield. As a widow, Sara rises above her grief, refusing to mourn her life away. But one wrong choice made with an open heart takes her away from her hometown - and challenges Sara in ways she never imagined. Though she returns to Magnolia Creek an outcast, the sorrow in her life makes her stronger. A year after the war's end, Dru Talbot surprises everyone when he returns home.