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Not a pretty place to be. I had forgotten how good The House of Winslow books are! I read the series as a teen.
I love how the characters have real flaws, but the Lord redeems them. Their faith is inspiring! Jul 02, Carol rated it it was amazing. This book is about how the British blockade of the colonies was broken during the Revolutionary War. In the beginning of the story, Charity was so cold that she couldn't feel the reins in her hands. In a short time she was looking down on the campfires of Valley Forge. The men that she saw were ill clothed for the biting cold! A man named Charlie smothered her scream with his dirty hand while he tried to drag This book is about how the British blockade of the colonies was broken during the Revolutionary War.
A man named Charlie smothered her scream with his dirty hand while he tried to drag her to one of the shacks. A man named Winslow stopped the attack. Macklin noted that he only had one shot, but Winslow asked if he wanted it. Charity was grateful for Winslow's help, and he offered to take her to her brother. He also warned her to take care of her horse, since they'd eaten all of theirs. Winslow took Charity to his room to meet his wife, then to see her brother.
Julie, Nathan Winslow's wife, invited Charity to stay with them while she was at camp. At the hospital, Winslow introduced Miss Alden to the Doctor. The doctor asked how she got there, but thought better of it.
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The way her brother, Curtis, looked brought tears to her eyes. He was glad she had come, so he wouldn't be alone when the time came. Feb 22, Bookista added it Shelves: Some books of your childhood do not improve upon a reread. I really used to enjoy this series, and this premise former arrogant jerk has amnesia and falls in love with a woman he previously tried to rape is, errr, scenery-chompingly interesting. But it just does not do it for me as an adult.http://sme.ltd.uk/13111.php
The House of Winslow Book 5 * THE SAINTLY BUCCANEER * Gilbert Morris * Softcover | eBay
The story was pretty interesting, but I'm frustrated with the way the main characters act. Kissing before the right time, backing out on their engagements, carelessly letting themselves fall in love, disregarding modesty, etc. The last book had some similar things, but not quite as much. I'm hoping the next one will be better, but if not, I'll stop reading the series.
This series by Gilbert Morris is one of my absolute favorites. Each book follows at least one member of a generation in the Winslow family tree and the member s gets saved and finds true love. There's also some commentary on the social conditions of the time frame. Aug 06, Alicia rated it really liked it Shelves: But a good read.
The series follows different times in history which is fun. Sep 28, Bob James rated it really liked it.
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Another enjoyable story in the House of Winslow Series. Loved I Loved this series when I read it in the 90's and am enjoying reading it again. Ah a good book what a wonderful gift. Finished "The Holy Warrior", I'll review it on the single book. Having both books together was a blessing! The innocent romances and the characters journey in finding God captured my heart. I have read the whole series but the first 5 are the best. Sep 13, Cindy rated it it was amazing. I really liked that the characters are so very real. Everything doesn't always seem black and white when you're living it and we see this in the characters.
The Honorable Impostor made me want to read them all. Nov 18, Karen added it. Dec 14, Robyn added it. Loved this entire series of American historical fiction. Jun 23, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: I read a large part of this series when I was 12, 13, and I loved them then, but they definitely went downhill as the years went on.
I still remember them fondly though: Jun 19, Joy rated it really liked it. This series is a good historical fiction read, however I have read through book 25 and the series is still continuing. It's a little long. Jessica rated it liked it Aug 19, Janelle rated it it was amazing Mar 25, Robin Vanderhart rated it it was amazing Apr 23, Alicia Nevarez-coon rated it really liked it Jun 27, Merit-lee Gonzalez rated it it was amazing May 16, Mary Chambers rated it it was amazing Aug 04, Kathy rated it really liked it Feb 11, Kelli rated it it was amazing Jun 26, Casey Hayes rated it really liked it Mar 10, Sarah rated it it was amazing May 20, Tarah Caverly rated it it was amazing Apr 08, Christy Eatherly rated it it was amazing Apr 06, Natalie rated it it was amazing Aug 29, Tammy rated it really liked it Dec 06, Tina rated it liked it Jan 29, Margaret Boehm rated it really liked it Jan 13, Elizabeth rated it liked it Jul 09, Donnita Johnson rated it it was amazing Apr 17, Lisa Gupton rated it it was amazing Jul 23,