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A Rose Blooms Twice (A Prairie Heritage #1) ➿ [Download] ➽ A Rose Blooms Twice (A Prairie Heritage #1) By Vikki Kestell ➵ – Thomashillier.co.uk Rose Brownlee must choose whether she will bow to conventional wisdom or like Abraham follow where God leads her even to a country she does not knowSet in the American prairie of the late 1800s this s Rose Brownlee must choose whether she will bow to conventional wisdom or like Abraham follow where God leads her even to a country she does not knowSet in the American prairie of the late s this story of loss disillusionment rebirth and love will inspire challenge and A Rose eBook ✓ encourage you.


10 thoughts on “A Rose Blooms Twice (A Prairie Heritage #1)

  1. Mariana Mariana says:

    I really enjoyed this book almost gave it 5 stars Regardless of what others have tagged it I would not consider this romance I couldn't even figure out who the hero was supposed to be There was some romance at the end maybe the last 10% or less? However Rose's growth and move from her life in the city to the prairie kept me engaged without the romance I normally seek The only reason I dropped a star was how uickly her grieving seemed to disappear It popped back up a couple times after the first couple months but I think it would have been a daily challenge for at least the first year


  2. Kellyn Roth Kellyn Roth says:

    25 starsThis wasn't a terrible book I liked the main character Rose and many of the minor characters Fiona Meg Amalie Uli and Tom were all favorites; Jan was all right and the Christian content was pretty awesome But there were just too many problems for me to give it a higher ratingFirst when I began the book I truly felt that we were in England The description of the countryside the way the character acted and talked the opinions and thoughts of the main character and her family the church the society I just felt that we were in England not America And I suppose that's my fault for making that assumption but it was so very English not New English There's a difference ;Second at first the main character was distraught by the loss of her family but she very uickly recovered I mean I know she decided to give her life to God and all but that doesn't mean the grief just disappears after you lose your husband and three children She never even thinks about it after that I mean she does once but that's all It's like they simply ceased to exist to her with their death This didn't feel realistic to what a loving wifemother would truly feel Just because God comforts you just because you shouldn't give in to depression doesn't mean you should stop grieving and rememberingThird though the era for this novel is never given I assume that it's late 1800s as the Civil War took place far enough away that Charleston is a beach resort And yet it's odd that a woman would do anything by herself? Feminism was starting to take a hold by this time believe me It wouldn't be completely unheard of for a woman to do things like go on a trip by train by herselfFourth a woman who wants everything to be 'proper' wouldn't go on a buggy ride with a stranger especially a strange man interested in courting her who she instantly dislikes Even if she really wanted to see the town In fact she probably would have been completely appalled at the ideaFifth not a fan of all the punctuation errors Just a little thing but it was pretty distractingSixth after about 80% the story drooped and didn't really have much of a plot Everything was resolved but it kept going I was kept hoping there'd be one last complication but there wasn't anythingSeventh my personal pet peeve OK Dear historical fiction authors OkayOKOK was not a commonly used wordphrasewhatever you want to call it especially by 'proper' ladies in the late 1800s STOPThis is a Goodreads and only reviewKellyn Roth Reveries Reviews


  3. Y.I. Lee Y.I. Lee says:

    This story started off really well The way it began was gripping and also sad Following Rose's life as she tries to cope with the awful loss of her family and make a new life out on the prairie I found it fascinating and felt as though I was there The authors writing is so descriptive The characters were convincing and likeable I particularly liked the main character Rose She came across as brave and determined and I was glad she found true faithI love this author's work and would certainly recommend this book


  4. Thom Swennes Thom Swennes says:

    Horace Greeley should have amended his uote to “Go west young manwoman” If it would have appeared in a newspaper today I’m sure it would This is the first book of A Prairie Heritage series Rose Brownlee loses her husband and three children in a freak accident on an icy bridge When she recovers from her injuries her faith is sorely tested Left alone she looks toward her religious beliefs to fill her life and give it some meaning She was spared from dying on that freezing fateful night for some reason and she hopes that God will provide the answers The passage of Deuteronomy 429 31 gives her initial hope and looks further in the bible for answers After much prayer and few answers she decides that her destiny lies west and embarks on an adventuress journey west I don’t read many books of this genre but it does pose a welcome and refreshing interlude from other books This book is both interesting and inspirational and sure to please many readers that enjoy historical andor religious novels I guarantee it will leave you with to think about and consider than before you started


  5. Bob Bob says:

    A story of loss and pain agonizing pain A story of true faith found and a new Christian life bornThis story is about stretching oneself to step out and find a new life in the face of great adversityRose an elderly widow woman of 33 is thought of as used up as she becomes a widow and loses her three children on a freezing January day Barely escaping with her life Rose sruggles to recover enough that her brother SIL and mother are able to break the horrible news that she has lost her whole family when the sleigh they were riding in broke through the bridge railing and crashed into the riverHow she struggles to find herself and make a new life and new friends in a town on the edge of the big prarie of the midwest is a delight to readI thought it was telling that a few of the readers thought the story was OK except it focused too much on religion and they gave it a poor ratingI wonder if they truly like the history of our country or dismiss it because religion played too big of a part?


  6. ✨ Gramy ✨ ✨ Gramy ✨ says:

    Set in the American prairie of the late 1800s this story of loss disillusionment rebirth and love will inspire challenge and encourage you One woman’s courageous journey to redemption and new love An excellent historical Christian genre book that will provide the reader with a heavy dose of inspiration and demonstrates the blessings that follow an act of faithAlthough the plot line is unusual it is positively a delightful piece of literary entertainment Looking forward to reading like this SPOILER ALERT Walks the reader through the life of a single woman in the old west down her path to salvation and a personal relationship with God through his son Jesus Christ


  7. ✨ Gramy ✨ ✨ Gramy ✨ says:

    Set in the American prairie of the late 1800s this story of loss disillusionment rebirth and love will inspire challenge and encourage you One woman’s courageous journey to redemption and new love An excellent historical Christian genre book with a side of romance Provides the reader with a heavy dose of inspiration and demonstrates the blessings that follow an act of faithAlthough the plot line is unusual it is positively a delightful piece of literary entertainment Looking forward to reading like this SPOILER ALERT Walks the reader through the life of a single woman in the old west down her path to salvation and a personal relationship with God through his son Jesus Christ


  8. Rachel Rachel says:

    I enjoyed reading about a fearless woman and how she finds a true relationship with the Lord through unthinkable tragedy However the story lacked believability for me as far as a single female being able to travel to the extent that the author portrays at this time in history The narrative was well done and the characters were appealing I just wish the author had gotten the two to the same small town in the middle of nowhere through a different means


  9. Catie Catie says:

    This book was ok A little too long and drawn out I also didn't like that even though Rose's whole family DIES she hardly thinks about it after she moves out west That was kind of annoying to me


  10. Ronnae Stately Ronnae Stately says:

    It was a heartbreaking beginning to this book series I felt for Rose in the loss of her family after a great celebration and just trying to get home through bad road conditions I didn’t see what was coming until it was done But Rose seemed to know she needed to find her way to a new beginning so she set out on an adventure that turned her into a strong woman For her to leave her family and cross the country by herself was a remarkable task in itself but she managed She even knew whom not to trust with the way they acted towards other people The Bible helped Rose come to conclusions on her life and what God needed from her She persevered and found family and friends in the small knit town she decided to settle in I was happy to see her let go once she went back home to be with her brother after the death of her mother Unbeknownst to her this helped her realize that she had indeed found life again in someone she didn’t think was interested in her I can’t wait to read he preuel and then the next book after that I’m hoping to learn a lot about Jan during the preuel It will make me understand him in what he saw in Rose to make him think she wanted him


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