By: Susan Page Davis
Genre: Christian Romance
Reviewed by: Bonita L. Ledzius
Reviewed on: May 6, 2012
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 2012
Reviewed for : Radiant Lit.com
Anne Stone has crossed the Atlantic, and all the way across the American Frontier to the Oregon Territory, looking for David Stone, the last living brother of her late father, the Earl of Stoneford. She had spurned the affections of fellow traveler, Dan Stone, but now, so close to the end of her journey, Annd found that she may need his help and protection more than she ever thought she would. Having kept her real identity as Lady Stone, and her real reason for the trip a secret so that she would not be treated special by her fellow travelers, but also for her safety, Anne had been able to travel without many problems so far. Yet, more than one person is out to get the inheritance that rightfully belongs to her uncle, and to continue the journey to find her uncle on her own would be too dangerous. Will trusting Dan to go with her to find her uncle, leave him with the idea that she was interested in a relationship with him? Was her uncle still alive, or had he become the victim of foul play?
Dan Adams had begun his journey across country to settle in Oregon with his brother, Hector, and become a farmer, but when he met Anne Stone, a young English woman also from the wagon train everything changed. He fell in love with her right from the first moment, and hoped by the time they reached Oregon Anne would consent to be his wife and settle in Oregon with him. Anne was friendly to Dan, but his hopes were dashed when she spurned his offer. Now that they had reached Oregon, Dan decided to continue with the wagon train in hopes that Anne will change her mind once she finds her uncle. Little did Dan know that the last part of Anne’s journey would be the most dangerous, and when she would need him most, especially with some mysterious person bent on sabotaging their trip. Would Anne ever except Dan’s offer of marriage? Who had twisted up their tack for the horses more than once, and cut the bridge that would get them over the river and on to Anne’s uncle’s mining camp? How much danger were they really in?
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