Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Remembered by Tamera Alexander. Though loss is often marked in a single moment, letting go of someone you love can take a lifetime. In the Colorado Territory, she searches for the man who has held her heart since childhood—her father. Pierre Girard left Paris for the Americas to seek his fortune in Though loss is often marked in a single moment, letting go of someone you love can take a lifetime.
Pierre Girard left Paris for the Americas to seek his fortune in fur trading, vowing to send for his wife and daughter. But twenty-five years have passed and his vow remains unfulfilled. His grief finally healed, Jack Brennan is moving on with life. After years of guiding families west, he is now working as a freighter to the mining towns surrounding Willow Springs. What he doesn't count on is an unexpected traveling companion on his trips up into the mountains, and how one woman's search will cause havoc with his plans Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
Published June 1st by Bethany House Publishers first published More Details Original Title. Fountain Creek Chronicles 3.
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After struggling through Rekindled and skipping Revealed , I picked this one up since I had won it through a GR giveaway, and felt bad at having left it on my shelf for so long. It was a very poignant, moving and beautiful story, and I am so glad I finally read it.
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Set in beautiful Willow Springs, Colorado, this novel is more than just a romance. It's principally the wonderful story of a courageous woman's journey to self-discovery while searching for her missing father.
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Parisian thirty-year-old After struggling through Rekindled and skipping Revealed , I picked this one up since I had won it through a GR giveaway, and felt bad at having left it on my shelf for so long. She is used to an easy enough life, her position not being considered lowly enough to characterize her completely as a servant. Her plan is to get someone to drive her to all the nearby mining towns, in order to find her father.
The only gentleman-like man trustworthy enough within a hundred miles is widower Jack Brennan, who is starting a new career as a freighter to the mining towns, after thirteen years of guiding wagons West. If she already got too much attention here in Willow Springs, what would it be like once she reached the mining towns?
Most of the men working there hadn't seen a decent, let alone beautiful, woman in ages, and she was certain to get into a lot of trouble. And besides, wouldn't driving with her alone in a wagon for hours be indecent? If Jack wants his wagon, the woman comes with it, and if he wants another wagon, he risks losing his job because of the delay building another wagon would cause. Looks like you're stuck with the pretty parasol and reticule-wearing French coquette, my dear Jack!
Her French flair and personality made her interesting, and her increasing faith in God was heartwarming. She was a perfect match for Jack, who was as hard-working and honest as he was handsome and loyal. Their journey of love and adventure was a joy to witness, as were their own personal struggles. There was also a lot of French in the novel, so if you're not too familiar with the language, I recommend having a nearby dictionary.
A few annoying mistakes in the French, too, which made me grit my teeth a lot, and itch to grab a pen and correct it. It wasn't overdone or anything, in my opinion, but there is a focus on God.
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View all 25 comments. Apr 12, Liene rated it it was amazing Shelves: christian-fiction , audio-books , favorites , z-audiobook-challenge Definitely my favorite from this trilogy! The audio version for this one is highly recommended, I was laughing a lot while listening to it and a lot of that had to do with the story line, but a big part was also the way the narrator read it.
I truly didn't even feel like I was reading, it was like a performance! The story was also somehow the best of the trilogy for me. Maybe that's because I really liked the main char Definitely my favorite from this trilogy! Maybe that's because I really liked the main characters a lot. Plus it had a lot of humor in the story. Not that the first 2 books didn't have humor, but this one had a lot!
View 2 comments. Sep 09, Hannah rated it really liked it Shelves: owned-books , outread-aubrey Again, a forgotten review. I really enjoyed the story, partly because characters from other books make reappearances, and partly because the premise is very engaging, with two sparring individuals forced to travel together because of joint rights to an essential wagon. But book one is still my favorite, and the one I compulsively reread on a regular basis What a fun book. The two main characters were so likable. His intent was to make enough money to send for them.
But somehow that day never came. There she finds out the dangers of traveling into mining areas unaccompanied in order to find her father. Jake Sampson, a man who makes wagons, devises a way for her to visit these camps with complete safety. To Jake Sampson, Jack Brennan is the perfect man to honor her virtue These two make for a very interesting story, and laugh out loud funny at times with predicaments written in that are just plain fun.
Good book. Jan 24, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: reads , library-book , historical-fiction. This book hovers between three and fours stars. I really liked it. One of the things I have come to adore about Alexander is that she has guys noticing girls and girls noticing guys, yet she doesn't put her characters into compromising situations for the shock value. She is one of those rare authors who truly writes as if intimacy is a sacred thing.
She doesn't avoid it, but she doesn' treat it like a flippant thing that even many christian authors do.
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Harvey delivers all this with the intelligence and sympathy you would expect from the author of The Wilderness. Her prose is as rich as ever, her structures clever and efficient. As in Dear Thief , her quasi-epistolatory novel of , this method is in itself a central part of the story. He has a fretful, nervy way of telling the story, which he presents in reverse, reluctantly, a day at a time, full of darts and starts and excursions into deep autobiography.
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