Thursday, January 17, 2013

A Home in Drayton Valley ~ A Book Review

Reading Christian fiction is my little daily vacation.  If a book is 'pretty good' then I read it just at bedtime til I get sleepy.  So some books take me more than a week to get through.  However this book not only got read at bedtime, but during the day in snippets here and there too!  It was really good!

I like stories that are a little bit different from the normal plots I have read time and again, and this one fits that bill.  Tarsie helps her sickly friend Mary, husband Joss, and their 2 wee ones to have the finances to move by wagon train from dirty, noisy downtown 1880 New York City to peaceful, rural Drayton Valley, KS.  The hope is that Mary's illnesses will lessen in a better environment.  However, Mary barely lives to see Kansas in the distance before her illness  consumes her.  Now Tarsie is left with the care of Mary's 2 little ones and the beligerent, prejudiced, ungodly Joss to finish the journey and set up a home.  What will happen?  Tarsie has promised Mary that she will love the children and even love Joss to the Lord.  But at what expense?

Kim Vogel Sawyer takes you on a wonderful journey with this unique story.  You will love it!



  1. Happy New Yar to you Donna!

    I love to read too fact my husband just bought me a Kindle for Christmas and I have found myself very tempted to neglect my chores to read! This sounds beautiful. If I may recommend one of my own (if you haven't already read them) I am currently reading the first book in a trilogy by Delia Parr (The Candlewood Trilogy). I am thoroughly enjoying it and cant wait to see what happens next.

    Thanks for sharing and God bless!


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