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    Beauty for ashes

    Set in one of the most difficult periods in American history, Love on the Prairie tells the story of seven sisters having to face the aftermath of devastation and war, with no one to depend on other than themselves. However, as they decide to choose the option of becoming mail order brides, they find that it's going to be a whole lot more difficult than they at first thought. Abigail is the first sister to set off, with the plan that she will be able to marry her cousin and then send for her sisters, thereby keeping the family together. She arrives too late for a wedding as she finds that his neighbours have just buried him. Abigail is beyond exhausted when she arrives at the farm and although her cousin's partner would like to send her straight back to where she has come from, Owen recognises that she needs rest. He knows that Abigail's family was formerly wealthy, despite having lost everything in the war, but he is nevertheless surprised to see her determination and stubbornness in working her claim. Owen and Abigail face prejudice and more difficulties than most people can handle, but they eventually come to a place where they recognise that together there is a possibility for a future, provided bigoted neighbours, Indians and natural disasters don't destroy them first. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Love on the prairies

    Abigail McKinnon goes to become a bride to find out he is dead .Owen baker don't want to see another die but learns to trust Abigail, learns how her life was hard in Georgia and wants to help her ,love gets them through he even wants to bring her sisters here also can't what to see what follows
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    Abigail's Tale

    Abigail and her family lost their home during the Civil War and traveled out west to marry a cousin. Owen has her cousins land due to his death and must deal with this Southern miss and her family. Excellent storyline and characters as I enjoyed getting to know this family. Ebook from netgalley and publishers with thanks. Opinions are entirely my own.
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    Okay story

    The pace and characters are fine, however there’s not much meat to the story. The motivation of the villain and the part about the Indians lacks credibility.
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