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Golden Days (Truly Yours Digital Editions Book 744) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Mary Connealy writes romantic comedy with cowboys. She is a Christy Award finalist and a Carol Award winner. She is the author of the Lassoed in Texas Trilogy, the Montana Marriage Trilogy, and the Sophie's Daughters Series.
Mary lives on a Nebraska ranch with her husband, Ivan, and has four grown daughters: Joslyn (married to Matt), Wendy, Shelly (married to Aaron), and Katy. And she is the grandmother of two beautiful grandchildren.
- ASIN : B008VZV3B6
- Publisher : Barbour Books (April 1, 2012)
- Publication date : April 1, 2012
- Language : English
- File size : 877 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 176 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #517,719 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Please, enough with the "waiting" lessons. And we get the differences between a certain deceased character and a living one already. This isn't a long story - why are we recycling the same information over and over?
Then there are the "huh?" moments. Can't eat gold, so who would want it? Uh... me. I'll find a way to use that silly yellow stuff, even if I just want to live in the woods all the time.
Then our heroine, who left the woods at age 12 to spend the next six years in a city, is a fully capable paragon of woods-knowledge. That's... intimidating. Six years - one-third of her lifetime - and her skills aren't even rusty? My 12-year-old is lucky to remember how to cook an egg from one week to the next.
And the ending. I hate really convenient endings. And in this book, all about timing, it's baffling. What's the moral of the story? If you rush ahead, you'll mess everything up? Or, rush ahead, things will divinely work out anyway? It seems to be: rush ahead, you'll feel really guilty but get everything you ever wanted and will have helped many people in ways that wouldn't have been available to you at any other time. O_o
It's strange to put down a Mary Connealy book and feel unsatisfied, especially at this price. At least at 99 cents, I can live with my buyer's regret.
“Golden Days” takes place in Alaska.
She makes you see the land and mountains with her descriptions. Amy is such a fun character, but tends to charge ahead even though she senses God telling her to wait!!
I really enjoyed this story!
Someone is trying to kill Amy. And all she wants to do is get from Seattle, where she now has no one, to her father in Alaska. She hears God telling her to wait on Him, but ignores Him at every turn. During her travels aboard ship, she meets Braden, and agrees to guide the stranger to his brother's place since she's familiar with the area. When things turn out unexpectedly, Amy must rely on Braden's family's kindness for her survival.
This book can be read in a couple of hours, but should really be savored because of Mary Connealy's talent.
I really like the heroine of this story. Everything about her rang true and made me relate to her from page one. The hero was someone I could like readily as well. The story held a bit of mystery that kept me guessing til the end. The happily ever after was a very natural result of what had occurred in the story and was perfect.
If you have read any Mary Connealy books before - you'll get her best. If you haven't, you'll not be sorry you picked up this book.
I hate the fact that this e-book needs to be edited, mainly page to page...words are dropped, and that is annoying. I enjoyed this book even with it's flaws, would recommend it be corrected for future readers.