The Mountain The Valley Trilogy Book 2

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Lake Union Publishing #ad - The cherokees are rounded up and driven west. In the years since the first settlers arrived, looking to build new lives, the township of Grafton has flourished. From helen bryan, comes the second book in an epic trilogy told from multiple viewpoints—a story about the resilience, and The Valley, The Sisterhood, love, bravery, bestselling author of War Brides, and unity that formed the foundation of the New World.

The frontier of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1783. Newcomers make their mark, fortunes are won and lost, and loyalties are tested in the march of history. Together, european immigrants, indentured servants, Native Americans, and former slaves have established a tight-knit community. As time passes and america becomes a nation, Grafton is swept up in the tumult of the outside world.

The Mountain The Valley Trilogy Book 2 #ad - The civil War leaves a long shadow.

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The Valley The Valley Trilogy Book 1

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Lake Union Publishing #ad - Enlisting the reluctant assistance of a handsome young French spy—at gunpoint— she gathers an unlikely group of escaped slaves and indentured servants, each seeking their own safe haven in the untamed New World. What follows will test her courage and that of her companions as they struggle to survive a journey deep into a hostile wilderness and eventually forge a community of homesteads and deep bonds that will unite them for generations.

The first installment in an epic historical trilogy by Helen Bryan, The Valley is a sweeping, tenacity, the bestselling author of War Brides and The Sisterhood, love, unforgettable tale of hardship, and heartache. Left suddenly penniless, the honorable sophia grafton, a viscount’s orphaned daughter, sails to the New World to claim the only property left to her name: a tobacco plantation in the remote wilds of colonial Virginia.

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The Sisterhood

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Lake Union Publishing #ad - Is menina’s medal a link to them, or fate?both love story and historical thriller, or to her own past? Did coincidence lead her to the convent, The Sisterhood is an emotionally charged ride across continents and centuries. Exploring her surroundings, she discovers the epic sagas of five orphan girls who were hidden from the Spanish Inquisition and received help escaping to the New World.

The Sisterhood #ad - . Menina walker was a child of fortune. Rescued after a hurricane in south america, doomed to a life of poverty with a swallow medal as her only legacy, the orphaned toddler was adopted by an American family and taken to a new life. As a beautiful, engaged, intelligent woman of nineteen, she is in love, and excited about the future—until another traumatic event shatters her dreams.

Menina flees to spain to bury her misery in research for her college thesis about a sixteenth-century artist who signed his works with the image of a swallow—the same image as the one on Menina’s medal. But a mugging strands Menina in a musty, isolated Spanish convent.

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The Children of the Valley: Part 2 of the Valley Trilogy

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Painting Rainbows Publishing #ad - Picking up where 'the end of the valley' finishes, this continues to follow the lives of the central characters interwoven with a dark secret from a forgotten chapter of WW2 ripples across the decades and leads to a dramatic finale high in the Swiss Alps. Part two of this trilogy stirs the ghosts that lie deep in the heart of the mountains and takes John Alexander on a personal journey into his past in a sweeping tale of love, loyalty, cause and effect.

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The Heart of the Valley: Part 3 of the Valley Trilogy

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Painting Rainbows Publishing #ad - The final instalment of the trilogy where past and future collide in a dramatic tale of intrigue, divided loyalties, love and redemption. An incendiary secret from the last days of WW2 and a crime buried beneath Berlin at the height of the Cold war.

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Settling the Wind: A Frontier Historic Colorado Story

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#ad - Praise for kari august: “Entertaining, original, exceptionally well written. Impressive storytelling talents. Midwest book reviewthe harsh and rugged Colorado frontier of 1875 is not the type of place most would consider suitable for a recent widow to establish a home of her own. Yet that is exactly what henrietta Schodde determines she will do as she impetuously buys a cabin in the newly forming settlement of Estes Park.

But the pair quickly realize that there is more than each other to fight about when they discover an unscrupulous Englishman, Lord Dunraven, is hungry for their land. Endearing and engaging, settling the wind, is historical fiction based on actual events that reveals the courage of Colorado’s pioneers in the face of more struggles than they could have imagined.

Settling the Wind: A Frontier Historic Colorado Story #ad - Despite assurances from henrietta that the locals appear amiable, who unbeknownst to Henrietta, her relatives are concerned and recruit the assistance of long-time family friend Collan Wallace, has also just begun homesteading in the area. The last thing collan desires is to watch over the woman who has been his nemesis since childhood.

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The End of the Valley: Part 1 of The Valley Trilogy

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Painting Rainbows Publishing #ad - The End of the Valley: Part 1 of The Valley Trilogy #ad - An emotive drama of life, love and loss played out over three decades and set against the backdrop of the high octane sport of downhill skiing and the tragic events of the conflict in the Former Yugoslavia.

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The Secret Orphan: A gripping historical novel

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HarperImpulse #ad - And amidst the destruction of war, an unlikely romance blossoms as they find a way to protect the child they have both grown to love…and each other. Readers love the secret orphan:‘keeps you wanting to read into the small hours’ lisa, goodreads‘the best and most beautiful book I've read in a long time’ Brid, Goodreads‘A gripping, page turner set in WWII … Loved it’ Amanda, Netgalley‘Simply amazing’ Rikki-Doodlebug's Book Reviews‘Captivated from beginning to end’ Jessyca, Netgalley .

This is a stunning and memorable page-turner of love, loss and resilience for fans of The Tattooist of AuschwitzThe USA Today bestsellerKeep her secret Keep her safeOn the 14th November 1940, Hitler’s bombs rain down on Coventry. From the rubble of a bombed-out family home, a young girl is saved…As the Nazis’ relentless bombs fall during the Blitz of Coventry, six-year-old Rose Sherbourne finds herself orphaned and under the guardianship of a Cornish farmer's daughter, Elenor Cardew.

The Secret Orphan: A gripping historical novel #ad - Elenor knows that the only way to protect spirited Rose is to leave the city and make a new life for themselves away from harm. But soon elenor discovers that hitler’s firestorm is not the only thing she must fear when she learns a devastating secret about Rose…With Rose’s life in imminent danger, Elenor turns to the only person she can trust to keep the deadly secret, heroic Canadian pilot, Jackson St John.

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Midwinter Sun: A Love Story Mountain Women Series Book 3

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Carol L Ervin #ad - Fifteen years have passed with only the exchange of letters among three families connected by love and misfortune. Now remnants of these families reunite when May Rose follows her reckless stepdaughter Wanda to a West Virginia ghost town. This town has not been kind to either woman, but Wanda is determined to go back and capture the heart of a man who rejected her.

Midwinter Sun: A Love Story Mountain Women Series Book 3 #ad - To restore the town and remake their lives, all who return will have to break the chains of the past. Barlow townsend has come into May Rose’s life again, yet like her, he is constrained by guilt. A town reduced to three households offers little to sustain them, but a looming war in Europe promises prosperity in the form of coal.

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The Girl on the Mountain Mountain Women Series Book 1

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#ad - It’s 1899, men are rough, and she’s on her own in a remote sawmill town where Company is king, and a woman alone has few options. The land is wild and women must be strongUntrue things are said of May Rose Long, but it is true she’s too pretty for her own good. Then there’s suzie, operator of the brothel, who’d gladly welcome both her and the girl.

Through it all, protect herself, May Rose must earn respect, and save the girl who sleeps with a doll clutched tight and a knife under her pillow. The story of may rose and wanda is the first book in the Mountain Women Series, bringing to life the struggles and triumphs, friendships and families of women in a small West Virginia town in the early 1900s.

The Girl on the Mountain Mountain Women Series Book 1 #ad - . As may rose struggles to earn her keep, her troubles seem directed by others. Soon an accident leaves the town in desperate straits. The company manager offers work, but his concern for May Rose may not be proper. Her only resources are her pet sow’s litter of pigs and the attachment of an unruly 13-year-old girl.

The company doctor wants to help, but he’s married, and his interest is personal.

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Hearts and Souls Mountain Women Series Book 9

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#ad - Hearts and Souls Mountain Women Series Book 9 #ad - Though discontent and unhappiness abound, she’s uplifted by the blooming of other hearts and encouraged by the return of two people she never thought she’d see again. Hearts and souls is the ninth book in the mountain Women Series, bringing to life the struggles, triumphs, friendships and loves of women in a small West Virginia town in the early 1900s.

. Caught in the middlewhat begins as a quiet summer turns hectic and unsettling as May Rose is burdened by the troubles of the preacher, rivalries among friends, and the potential loss of dear ones.

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