Valley of Shadows A strong woman, once burned by love, may never trust again. How can a man convince her she needs his love if not his support? In 1876 Boston, life for Bonnie Magee is a struggle as the eldest of eight children in a poor immigrant family. She and her two best friends, Lynne and Claire, have worked in the Mills since turning thirteen. She thought she had foValley of Shadows A strong woman, once burned by love, may never trust again. How can a man convince her she needs his love if not his support? In 1876 Boston, life for Bonnie Magee is a struggle as the eldest of eight children in a poor immigrant family. She and her two best friends, Lynne and Claire, have worked in the Mills since turning thirteen. She thought she had found the man of her dreams, but her husband Tarn Micheals betrays and beats her, thus murdering their unborn son. It almost destroys her. Now Bonnie is determined to travel west with Claire to stake her own claim while returning Lynne’s young brothers and sister to her friend. She hopes to homestead in Montana and bring the Magee family together on their own land to enjoy a better life. Then she meets another handsome man. Calum Douglas has been fighting since fifteen, first as a rebel, then as a galvanized Yankee. Sent east to recruit soldiers to fight the Indian War, he meets Bonnie. When her younger brothers enlist, he can only promise her to shear the lambs before letting them go into battle. As the wagon train passes near the training camp, she rushes to see them. Calum has to rescue Bonnie. Later she is kidnapped by Indians, Calum and a handful of men track her down and he saves her again. He knows she is the woman he loves and wants to marry, but Bonnie reminds him she is already a married woman. Callum has fought many battles. Can this brave soldier win one more campaign and convince this stubborn woman she needs him? Bonnie has survived each challenge to emerge stronger and bolder. Can this brave woman dare to love again, and does she want to? ...
|Title||:||Valley of Shadows|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||453 Pages|
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Valley of Shadows Reviews
Good but repetitiveAbout half of the story was a repeat of the first two. Then the family finally got on the road. In reading there really were peaceful Indians and those who constantly liked to fight and steal. Good thing Bonnie met up with some good natives . She was a tough bird yet sweet and loving. Towards the end there was just a tad of intimacy but NO sex to speak of.
Valley of ShadowsVery good read. A little too explicit for my taste. The character's were wonderful and the story, very believable. Enjoy!