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  1. Kathleen Morris Kathleen Morris says:

    Beautiful storyI enjoyed the first two books in the series, but this one pulled me into the story to such an extent that I didn t hear the phone ringing, the dogs barking, the kids shouting you get the idea The character s insights into living a truly Christian life were especially poignant and meaningful to me Some books that I have read seem to think that mentioning God or Jesus once or twice qualifies them as Christian fiction Maybe, but not for me Thank you, Ms Kestell.


  2. Caprice Caprice says:

    ExcellentThis review is for the collection the first three books of A Prairie Heritage series contained in one volume.This is a very clean series There is no bad language and sexual content is all in the third book, which deals with human trafficking The sexual content is limited to alluding to prostitution and some prior sexual abuse for one character.The books are focused on the Thorasen family who homesteaded in Kansas More specifically the family of Jan Thorasen and his second wife, Rose ExcellentThis review is for the collection the first three books of A Prairie Heritage series contained in one volume.This is a very clean series There is no bad language and sexual content is all in the third book, which deals with human trafficking The sexual content is limited to alluding to prostitution and some prior sexual abuse for one character.The books are focused on the Thorasen family who homesteaded in Kansas More specifically the family of Jan Thorasen and his second wife, Rose It describes life on the Kansas prairies in the late 1800 s accurately It also describes the close relationship between each family member and God I really liked this book I read it straight through over a three day period, and it kept me wantingI highly recommend this book, especially to readers who prefer clean, God centered stories


  3. Martha E. Walton Martha E. Walton says:

    Each book increases with interestI almost put the book down halfway through the first of the series It was rather dull However, the characters are well developed, which kept me going The second book had a littleaction and conflict, though very unusual how it started years before the first Once the timeline caught up to the first book, it was interesting to relive the story from Jan s point of view this time Then the third book exploded with action, plot development, and tons of confli Each book increases with interestI almost put the book down halfway through the first of the series It was rather dull However, the characters are well developed, which kept me going The second book had a littleaction and conflict, though very unusual how it started years before the first Once the timeline caught up to the first book, it was interesting to relive the story from Jan s point of view this time Then the third book exploded with action, plot development, and tons of conflict right from the start and never stopped Even though the plot involved the dark and sinful side of human trafficking, the Christian response and thread of faith continued throughout the story


  4. Kathleen Daruda Kathleen Daruda says:

    What an amazing story line and an imaginative author Vikki Kestell is VERY talented The 3 books were a long read, they grab you and pull you right into the story I couldn t put it down One book flowed right into another It was a bit weird that book 2 wasn t book 1 but I managed and enjoyed all I struggled to find a solution in my mind to the problems of crime and greed in Corinth Joy Again proved to be a very canny character and the book was so fast paced you had to move to keep up The e What an amazing story line and an imaginative author Vikki Kestell is VERY talented The 3 books were a long read, they grab you and pull you right into the story I couldn t put it down One book flowed right into another It was a bit weird that book 2 wasn t book 1 but I managed and enjoyed all I struggled to find a solution in my mind to the problems of crime and greed in Corinth Joy Again proved to be a very canny character and the book was so fast paced you had to move to keep up The ending was spectacular and unexpected I found myself staring at the words, the end I wasn t expecting that at all The clean faith based writing of joy, sorrow and determination is excellent I give it 10 stars of rating out of 5 So well done Vikki Kestrell


  5. Bonnie E Case Bonnie E Case says:

    I love, love, loved this book I was captured by the whole book from the very first page, till the end I am looking forward to getting the continued books so I can readabout this wonderful family This is a wonderfully Christian book and I highly recommend it for all ages I know my Grand daughter who is an avid reader will love this book as well This book has NO swearing or explicit sex in it, and it didn t need any at all I have no idea why authors think they need that kind of stuff t I love, love, loved this book I was captured by the whole book from the very first page, till the end I am looking forward to getting the continued books so I can readabout this wonderful family This is a wonderfully Christian book and I highly recommend it for all ages I know my Grand daughter who is an avid reader will love this book as well This book has NO swearing or explicit sex in it, and it didn t need any at all I have no idea why authors think they need that kind of stuff to sell books, they do not need any of it I highly recommend this book to everyone


  6. Tonya Tonya says:

    Two things that would ve made this a five star book first, repentance in the Lord Jesus Christ, grief and godly sorrow, is required to be a child of God Also, holidays like Christmas and others are pagan, not Christian That could ve been left out of the book altogether and would have been extremely satisfactory.I do not condemn the author for not knowing this I wrote my own books before I understood this Hopefully the author will learn and the books will continue to improve The stories were Two things that would ve made this a five star book first, repentance in the Lord Jesus Christ, grief and godly sorrow, is required to be a child of God Also, holidays like Christmas and others are pagan, not Christian That could ve been left out of the book altogether and would have been extremely satisfactory.I do not condemn the author for not knowing this I wrote my own books before I understood this Hopefully the author will learn and the books will continue to improve The stories were wonderful


  7. Barbara A. Faw Barbara A. Faw says:

    Enjoyed this saga Was only able to read sporadically over the course of several days when I needed a break when I had finished another novel had a couple of hours to spend on this book before starting another novel with a bit faster paceaction Very well written Also enjoyed A Rose Blooms Twice that is related to this novel Am looking forward tonovels from this author The info is quite informative about the plight of immigrants Didn t realize what a difficult journey it wa Enjoyed this saga Was only able to read sporadically over the course of several days when I needed a break when I had finished another novel had a couple of hours to spend on this book before starting another novel with a bit faster paceaction Very well written Also enjoyed A Rose Blooms Twice that is related to this novel Am looking forward tonovels from this author The info is quite informative about the plight of immigrants Didn t realize what a difficult journey it was for our forefathers to settle in this wonderful country we live in


  8. Michael A. Holstad Michael A. Holstad says:

    Awesome and interesting hard to put down Loved the characters felt like I was there too Would recommend this book to everyone It would make a great book for a book club or even as a form of bible study Really enjoyed reading this.Loved the characters and story Hard to put down Felt like I was a part of the story The characters became my family too Loved their deep commitment to the Lord


  9. Julie Julie says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here SPOILER ALERTI really enjoyed the first book, but then when the second book started, I wished that I didn t know what I knew about certain people dying By the time I got to the end, I realized that it was a good way to do the story because no matter how you told it Jan s story first or Rose s story first you would have known something about the other one.The third book about Joy Again was even better than the first two I am looking forward to reading the rest in the series.


  10. Andrea Andrea says:

    Wow Wow, wow, wow I thought this series would be boring, but it is the complete opposite It s clean, has humor, romance, mystery, and adventure I flew through all three books.She is a very visual writer, and goes into depth into minute details without boring the pants off you.Kestell has a true gift of flow through this series, and the offshoot, Girls on the Mountain I may have found my new favorite author


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A Prairie Heritage: The Early Years [Ebook] ➦ A Prairie Heritage: The Early Years By Vikki Kestell – Thomashillier.co.uk Faith Filled Fiction at Its Best Enjoy or share the perfect gift, the first three books of this enduring saga A Prairie Heritage, The Early Years The compelling saga of family, faith, and great courag Faith Filled Fiction at Its Best Enjoy Heritage: The PDF ↠ or share the perfect gift, the first three books A Prairie Epub / of this enduring saga A Prairie Heritage, The Early Years The compelling saga of family, faith, and Prairie Heritage: The Epub ß great courageOne Family, steeped in the love and grace of God, indomitable in their faith, tried and tested in the fires of life, passing forward a legacy to change their world Immerse yourself in the world of the American prairie of the s and witness this family as they demonstrate the courage and overcoming spirit born of faith in God This boxed set includes the full editions of A Rose Blooms Twice, Wild Heart on the Prairie, and Joy on This Mountain bundled together and offered at an affordable price A Prairie Heritage BookA Rose Blooms TwiceBookWild Heart on the PrairieBookJoy on This MountainBookThe Captive WithinbookstolenBookLost Are FoundBookAll God s PromisesBookThe Heart of Joy A Short Story Vikki writes the kind of faith filled fiction that hooks you within the first few pages, will not let you go until you have finished, and leaves you wishing forJanis Braun, Seattle, Washington Her books are not just for chicks I was amazed how engrossed I became in the lives of Vikki s characters, and how much I could relate to their situationsEd Dunne, Los Angeles Be prepared to put life on hold That s all I have to sayRebecca H New Jersey You will laugh, you will cry but, most of all, you will be upliftedLaTisha Holland, St Augustine, FL.

    A Prairie Heritage: The Early Years eBook ´ Heritage: tested in the fires of life, passing forward a legacy to change their world Immerse yourself in the world of the American prairie of the s and witness this family as they demonstrate the courage and overcoming spirit born of faith in God This boxed set includes the full editions of A Rose Blooms Twice, Wild Heart on the Prairie, and Joy on This Mountain bundled together and offered at an affordable price A Prairie Heritage BookA Rose Blooms TwiceBookWild Heart on the PrairieBookJoy on This MountainBookThe Captive WithinbookstolenBookLost Are FoundBookAll God s PromisesBookThe Heart of Joy A Short Story Vikki writes the kind of faith filled fiction that hooks you within the first few pages, will not let you go until you have finished, and leaves you wishing forJanis Braun, Seattle, Washington Her books are not just for chicks I was amazed how engrossed I became in the lives of Vikki s characters, and how much I could relate to their situationsEd Dunne, Los Angeles Be prepared to put life on hold That s all I have to sayRebecca H New Jersey You will laugh, you will cry but, most of all, you will be upliftedLaTisha Holland, St Augustine, FL."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 916 pages
  • A Prairie Heritage: The Early Years
  • Vikki Kestell
  • 20 October 2017

About the Author: Vikki Kestell

Vikki Kestell s passion for people and Heritage: The PDF ↠ their stories is evident in her readers affection for A Prairie Epub / her characters and unusual plotlines Two often repeated sentiments are, I feel like I know these people, Prairie Heritage: The Epub ß and I m right there, in the book, experiencing what her characters experience Vikki holds a PhD in organizational learning and instructional technologies She left a career of twenty plus years in government, academia, and corporate life to pursue writing full time Writing is the best job ever, she admitsAlso an accomplished speaker and teacher, Vikki and her husband, Conrad Smith, make their home in Albuquerque, New MexicoWant to be notified of new book releases Sign up for Vikki s newsletter on her website, or connect with her on Facebook, or follow her on BookBub, or right here on Goodreads.