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Of course each of them, Paul and Millie should have told one another everything at the beginning of the relationship, however I understand that suspense is what keeps the readers attention.
I would have accepted Annabelle too, it wasn't her fault others used her! Unfortunately there are those who would have shunned her just because they are pious people. Those who truly love God and people would have taken her or anyone like her in.
As far as Paul's mother and Millie's father, maybe they both were controlling to a degree more than they should have, however it was very apparent they loved their children. And I believe they really helped Shape Paul and Millie into the good people they became.
The one thing I was outraged at was the unchristian, cruel way Jake and the army treated the Indian women and children, it was disgraceful that they were killed and burned just for being Indians! I believe the Indians have been unjustly treated by the white race. It makes me ashamed of being white! Indians were here first and we took their land instead of trying to learn to live with them and understand them. May God forgive us!
Paul Lancaster has had to deal with one problem after another lately. The one bright spot is his new housekeeper. He’s never met a woman he likes more of is more attracted to. She makes him dream of a family with a happy-ever-after.
I liked this story and felt it was stronger than the other Prescott novels, but it still had a few problems. There were a few wrong words used and a lot of nominative case pronouns where and objective one was needed. Some examples are: “Let Benjamin and I,” “she taught both Millie and I,” “let Mabel and I know,” and “for Millie and I.” Although there is a good ending, some problems were never resolved, like with Jake. I still enjoyed the story, however.
However, I A) didn't like the language that popped up (mild but I just personally don't like it in my books) and B) I thought the romance was on the lustful side of things, especially for two people that seemed to have a very strong faith.
The faith of the characters was a plus to this story and one of the reasons I kept reading for so long. I would be willing to try another book by Baney simply because her main characters, for the most part, seemed to be living out their faith.
It was a touching story. Held our interest completely. Others have given a run down of what it was about so I won't do that.
Even so it will not ruin the story that some major things were not settled.
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