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Much is learned by all and a great love grows through hardship,tolerance, and trust.
Readers of romance will be delighted by the way Diane Davis White transports them into the past and weaves a passionate love story that transcends through time.
So... I like this series, it's well written, good character development, and a pretty plausible plot.
This story was a bit disappointing because I felt it would be filled with more romance. I felt exhausted and stressed out every time I put the book down. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lynn
First off, I'm not a fan of formula Romance, i.e., girl meets boy, there's some reason they cannot be together, but in the end, "Love Conquers All. Read morePublished on April 10, 2012 by Sherrirbgr
Moon of the Falling Leaves by Diane Davis White
Moon of the Falling Leaves by Diane Davis White is a gripping tale of a Lakota Warrior and a newly widowed woman stranded... Read more
The story takes place 1870 in the Rocky Mountains. Newly widowed Jessica Maxwell and her four children are surprised and frightened by the appearance of an Indian coming to their... Read morePublished on August 8, 2008 by Gerri Bowen
When two cultures collide can love survive?
Jessica Maxwell is at the wilderness' mercy when she is widowed and three days later the wagon breaks down. Read more