Her sights on Oregon, she prays New Eden will be a place of peace for her and her son. A refuge. She travels to Missouri to start her journey and is denied the opportunity to join the wagon train.
Will Rebekah open her heart and allow him to be the one to hold her when shadows fall?
These stories are so gripping, I could sense the tension, smell the stock, the horror of the dangers along the trail, the flies and biting insects, the dust penetrating every pore, and the jarring of the wagon as they traveled over ruts and hardened ground. Not to mention the fear of attack by bandits, Indians, or predators and the loss of life.
I’ve been privileged to read each of these books prior to release. A gripping series that has had me begging Tina to send me a copy of the next one, long before they’re ready.
Tina weaves her stories like finely woven linen. A work that will last for generations to come. Each thread is stitched intricately, connecting one scene to another to keep the reader intrigued from one page to the next.
You will not be disappointed for any amount of time spent reading these compelling novels within