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Product Number: Z08457
Released: Mar 01, 2014
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ISBN: #9781490622804
Narrator/s: Alexandra O'Karma
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Award-winning author Lauraine Snelling continues the story of Ruby Torvald in Book Two of her Dakotah Treasures series. Ruby's most recent boarder at the Dove House is schoolteacher Pearl Hossfuss. Avoiding an arranged marriage, Pearl has deserted her home in Chicago to teach in Little Missouri. There she has befriended Ruby and fallen for carpenter Carl Hegland. But her father threatens to take her back home. Ruby must turn to God for the strength to stand up to her father.


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Product Number: BX00030502
Product Number:Z08457
Product Number:CK094

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Author(s): Lauraine Snelling
Narrator(s): Alexandra O'Karma
Product Number CK094
Released: Oct 06, 2005
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781402594649
Author(s): Lauraine Snelling
Product Number EB00005359
Released: Apr 01, 2004
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781441203229

Professional reviews

"In this "inspirational romance" it's the 1880s. Rather than endure an arranged marriage, the smart and devout title maiden leaves her father's Chicago mansion to teach school on the rude prairie--taking up residence in a boarding house that used to be a bawdy house. The author steers clear of sensationalism and remains optimistic through clear, simple, rosy prose describing impossibly good people in a well-researched milieu. For this listener, narrator Alexandra O'Karma's puckered, anemic quality irritates and renders the story blander than it may appear on paper. Others, more eager to consume such fare, may find her perfect for the task at hand. Y.R. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"

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