Amazing Reviews For Jennys Dream – Historical Fiction With A Tender Love Story-rainlendar

Arts-and-Entertainment Set in 1908, a ten-foot grizzly bear, Old Half Paw, is terrorizing the community of Paris, Idaho, killing sheep and making everyone more than a bit nervous. His story is based on the true story of Old Three Toes, a real grizzly bear. This is just some of the action in this historical novel, Jenny’s Dream, which focuses primarily on Jenny Roberts, who’s nearly twenty now and at a crossroads. After two years away at college, Jenny is feeling restless and a bit confused about her future. With dreams of being a writer, she awaits news of a journalism job in Texas. An accomplished equestrian and excellent marksman, Jenny loves the great outdoors, and spends much of her free time in the meadow, getting lost in books and daydreaming about her future. She makes a new friend, Will Jones, and they become quite at ease with each other, but something is not quite right with Jenny. She’s struggling with some issues from her past and the need to forgive those who have hurt her. "It was a secret that she had kept from her family for years, something that was even too difficult to admit aloud. Jenny needed to forgive. But it was a difficult task to forgive those who had hurt her so deeply. The scars were too deep, and she continued to nurse them along. She felt certain the only solution was to run away." ~Jenny’s Dream, Linda Weaver Clarke I’ll stop now, before revealing too much of the story, before I need to include a spoiler alert! Once again, Linda Weaver Clarke’s novel transported me back in time about one hundred years ago to the wild west. Her keen attention to detail brought this book to life, and I could almost feel the breezes and the rain, hear the thunderclaps and the bubbling streams. Like Jenny, I relish being outdoors and appreciate the grandeur of nature. The book focuses on the budding romance between Jenny and Will, as well as the continued romance between Melinda and Gilbert. Romances in this series are based on mutual respect and admiration, and present wonderful ideals. Jenny’s Dream made me think about the role of forgiveness in my own life, and the need to forgive others for hurting me, both intentionally and unintentionally. All in all, I enjoyed this charming book and recommend it, especially to fans of historical fiction who savor more than a dash of sweet romance mixed in. –Review written by Susan Ortlieb, Suko’s Notebook Linda Weaver Clarke has captured the essence of reaching for your dreams. The ease of the writing made it feel as though I was eavesdropping in on their lives. I didn’t want the story to end! The best part of the book was the relationship that grows between Jenny and Will. The author didn’t use the stereotypical "handsome" male for the main character to fall for. This was refreshing to me, since all of us on this earth aren’t as perfect as most book characters are made out to be. This relationship reminds us that getting to know a person from the inside first and being friends, can grow into something more. Jenny’s Dream is a book for all ages that can wrap you up and make you feel all warm inside with the love and hope that dreams can come true if you believe hard enough. –Review written by Allison King, Allison’s Attic & Rebecca’s Reads There are so many touching scenes throughout the book that it’s hard to pick out what I liked best. Jenny’s Dream is good reading. The characters are very well developed and are full of a lot of charm. I would recommend this for anyone who likes historical fiction. The descriptions of the surroundings, characters and ways of the time are enduring, well thought out and enlightening. You can lose your sense of time feeling like you’ve been transported back to 1908. Linda Weaver Clarke spins a tale filled with homespun twists and turns, weaving the simple lives of the family and their friends together in an enchanting manner. –Review written by Melynda Gasgoyne, Bee Group Newspapers, Buffalo, NY Jenny’s Dream tells a really beautiful story that incorporates the value of loyalty, love, family and forgiveness into it. I found myself greatly enjoying the romances between Jenny’s parents and between Jenny and Will. Each relationship demonstrates friendship, respect and love. I also enjoyed how the author put real experiences, taken from her family and friends, into the plot. This is a great touch because it makes the story seem more real. Jenny’s Dream is a wonderful story to read. It is a wholesome novel that will be able to be enjoyed by family members of all ages who would enjoy a great historical romance. I think that this series is destined to be a classic. –Review written by Paige Lovitt, Reader Views Watch a book trailer at You Tube: About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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