Promises, Promises

Promises, Promises

Amber Miller / Sep 22, 2019

Promises Promises Raelene Strattford believes God has forsaken her but her neighbor proves just the opposite while giving her a voice in a world where women have none Has God forsaken Raelene What kind of God would ta

  • Title: Promises, Promises
  • Author: Amber Miller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Raelene Strattford believes God has forsaken her, but her neighbor proves just the opposite while giving her a voice in a world where women have none.Has God forsaken Raelene What kind of God would take a girl s family and leave her alone in a wild land where women have no voice When Gustaf Hanssen promises Raelene s dying father that he will take care of her, he finds hRaelene Strattford believes God has forsaken her, but her neighbor proves just the opposite while giving her a voice in a world where women have none.Has God forsaken Raelene What kind of God would take a girl s family and leave her alone in a wild land where women have no voice When Gustaf Hanssen promises Raelene s dying father that he will take care of her, he finds himself bound to her happiness, her success, and her well being in ways he never imagined To keep his word, must Gustaf really oversee all of Raelene s affairs, find her a husband, and maintain her farm, while she does nothing but scorn him Can God reach through Raelene s pain and self centeredness and give her the love that awaits, if only she will accept His will

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      • Amber Miller

        also writes under the name Amber Stockton


    574 Comments

    1. Amber Miller has a great work in this book. The story is just what it needs to be. Starting out with a tragedy that allows one to get their back up and spout all their reasons for not trusting in the Lord and to go through a process of healing and really seeing what the Lord is trying to do for them is so hard to put into words, and she did it. Reading this story of Raelene makes you take the time to look at what is going on in your own life. For me it makes me think about the comparison to Engl [...]


    2. Raelene Strattford believes God has forsaken her, but her neighbor proves just the opposite while giving her a voice in a world where women have none. A sweet, historical romance that takes place in the 1730's in the area of New Castle County Pennsylvania which becomes part of the state of Delaware. This short, easy to read romance is Book 1 of a trilogy called Delaware Brides. Raelene is left alone as a 17 year old when both parents are killed in a buggy accident. Her father's will states she w [...]


    3. The Good: This book really hit home for me in that it shows how a person can become angry with God and how He continues to love that person and puts people in their lives to help them overcome that anger and draws them back into a relationship with Him.The Bad: The setting was in Colonial Pennsylvania during George Thomas' term as Governor 1738-1746), but it didn't seem that "colonial" at all. As I read it, I kept seeing the setting as further west (Central Ohio) for some strange reason and much [...]


    4. The first in a series this one is also the best. Raelene Strattford finds herself a young woman alone in a new country with a farm to run. Gustaf Hanssen made a promise to her dying father to help her. Raelene resents his help as well as his insistence that she needs to turn back to God. A good story with interesting and believable growth of both characters. I highly recommend this one.


    5. An easy light prairie read with some good inspiring moments. If you like marriage of convenience stories, this is one.


    6. Promises Promises by Amber MillerGood ebook and I would recommend this ebook to one and all and I would recommend this ebook a five star rating


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