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On Her Way Home [PDF / Epub] ☀ On Her Way Home By Sara Petersen – Thomashillier.co.uk It is 1923 and Montana is slipping into a state of decline and depression long before the rest of the country will follow suit Drought and bootlegging are up and cattle and crops are down Stowing her It is and Montana is slipping into a state of decline and depression long before the rest of the country will follow suit Drought and bootlegging are up and cattle and crops are down Stowing her grief and insecurities neatly away in her luggage with a hopeful heart Jo Swenson boards a train on the Great Northern Railway headed to a remote cattle ranch along the Northwestern edge of rugged Montana to seek out Leif Hawkins the man advertising for a new ranch hand She thinks her journey to the On Her PDF or ranch is serendipitous but after only one week of back breaking labor the boss arrives at the ranch and isn’t pleased to find a woman inserted under his roof and into his solitude Jo had traveled a thousand miles from home and not one person including her family had guessed her true motivation for leaving the farm but after two minutes in the room with her new boss he starts digging at her vulnerable spot Her past has left her bitter and cautious so when she finds herself inexplicably drawn to him—a cold solitary man who is burying secrets of his own—Jo is at a crossroads The warning sentry of her heart and the compelling voice in her soul each fight for their path During the long hot summer filled with demanding work riotous laughter and solemn discovery will Jo find the courage to become the woman she was always meant to be or will she discover once again that the worst pain is the pain she doesn’t see coming—life stolen away without preamble without preparation for mind or heart.

  • Paperback
  • 353 pages
  • On Her Way Home
  • Sara Petersen
  • English
  • 02 June 2016
  • 9781499330595

10 thoughts on “On Her Way Home

  1. Julie Julie says:

    This book is one of the best I have read in a while I thought the author did a great job with her characters I grew so attached to them I was sad the book ended The book is very funny clever and sweet It is a clean romance which can be hard to find I may be a bit of an emotional person but I had to wipe tears off of my kindle as I read parts of this story I am very impressed Highly Recommended

  2. Careyj Careyj says:

    I liked the book from the start The setting was in a time that I wished I could have lived in and that captured my interest The characters are easy to relate to There is a wittiness to the dialog between characters that makes it fun to read I found myself laughing often

  3. Lisa Lisa says:

    A very enjoyable story I hope there are seuels so we can find out what happens to Leif Charlie Oh and little Sam too I must add an addendum to my comments while I read this about a month ago I find that the richness of the story has stayed with me Something about it has a glow that keeps catching my eye or perhaps my heart It has the feel that it was written in that time not just about that time Mmmm very satisfying

  4. Rhonda Rhonda says:

    I absolutely loved this book I loved the imagery the storyline the characters everything Definitely one of the best historical fiction I have read in a long while It is a must read I couldn't put it down

  5. Heath Sommer Heath Sommer says:

    What an amazing accomplishment I wish nothing but success for this new author and her family

  6. Ruth Ruth says:

    Loved this book I didn't want it to end

  7. Carla Terry Carla Terry says:

    Cute story First I need to say that the writer needs to learn the difference between there their and they’re or get better proof readers It is a cute story A little predictable and somewhat corny but really not bad for a first novel

  8. Karen Mcclelland Karen Mcclelland says:

    I really enjoyed this sweet story I grew to love the characters and the beautiful landscape she described

  9. jamie jamie says:

    A sweet clean nice romance Just my taste

  10. Sandra Olshaski Sandra Olshaski says:

    On Her Way Home by Sara Petersen ISBN 978 1499330595Published May 2014Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformTrade Paperback 364 pagesIn search of a new path in life Jo Swenson a young school teacher from Illinois responds to an ad for a ranch hand on a remote cattle ranch in rugged Montana Mac the ranch owner is a tough hard working aloof man who resents the intrusion of a woman on his ranch As the summer of back breaking work progresses Jo and Mac are drawn to each other but both of them have secrets from their past that keeps them apart I felt like I was watching an old time Western movie replete with horses cattle branding and dusty cattle drivesThe author is obviously familiar with that part of the country as she writes that “Montana was a rugged heaven with its giant evergreens cresting jagged mountain peaks and hiding sky clear lakes Uniue wildflowers and bright green grasses flowed over the ground their melodious waves of light and color disappearing into wooded forests This country was like a battery for the soul charging and energizing the spirit of a person with its strength and beauty”The character development is so well done that the reader is captivated by each of the people in this story They are “real” people that the reader can identify with I cared about what happened to each one especially lovable 5 year old SamThere is enough drama excitement and intrigue in this novel to appeal to a wide range of people And once again it confirms my view that it is possible to be an excellent storyteller without resorting to profanity andor explicit sex I believe that the story reflects the author’s elevated valuesI loved this debut novel and highly recommend itISBN 978 1499330595Published May 2014Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformTrade Paperback 364 pagesIn search of a new path in life Jo Swenson a young school teacher from Illinois responds to an ad for a ranch hand on a remote cattle ranch in rugged Montana Mac the ranch owner is a tough hard working aloof man who resents the intrusion of a woman on his ranch As the summer of back breaking work progresses Jo and Mac are drawn to each other but both of them have secrets from their past that keeps them apart I felt like I was watching an old time Western movie replete with horses cattle branding and dusty cattle drivesThe author is obviously familiar with that part of the country as she writes that “Montana was a rugged heaven with its giant evergreens cresting jagged mountain peaks and hiding sky clear lakes Uniue wildflowers and bright green grasses flowed over the ground their melodious waves of light and color disappearing into wooded forests This country was like a battery for the soul charging and energizing the spirit of a person with its strength and beauty”The character development is so well done that the reader is captivated by each of the people in this story They are “real” people that the reader can identify with I cared about what happened to each one especially lovable 5 year old SamThere is enough drama excitement and intrigue in this novel to appeal to a wide range of people And once again it confirms my view that it is possible to be an excellent storyteller without resorting to profanity andor explicit sex I believe that the story reflects the author’s elevated valuesI loved this debut novel and highly recommend it

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