Item description for To Dream Anew (Heirs Of Montana Book 3) by Tracie Peterson...
Overview When a new family settles near the Diamond V ranch with ambitions to establish an empire in Montana, it becomes quickly apparent that they will stop at nothing to uproot Dianne's family from the land they have nourished and come to love. Original.
Publishers Description Heirs of Montana book 3. Though the Diamond V ranch is 1/4ourishing and their own family growing, Dianne and Cole Selby find their hard-earned success threatened as a band of Indians on the warpath inch closer to the valley they call home. When a new family settles in the area with ambitions to establish an empire in Montana, it quickly becomes apparent that they will stop at nothing to uproot Dianne's family from the land they've nourished and come to love. Peterson's vivid writing enlivens this pioneer saga of the Chadwicks and Selbys as they endure devastating losses and find unexpected joys.
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Studio: Bethany House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2004
Publisher BETHANY HOUSE PUBLISHERS #7
Series Heirs Of Montana
Series Number 3
ISBN 0764227718 ISBN13 9780764227714
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More About Tracie Peterson
Tracie Peterson is the bestselling, award-winning author of more than 100 novels. Tracie also teaches writing workshops at a variety of conferences on subjects such as inspirational romance and historical research. She and her family live in Montana. Learn more at www.traciepeterson.com.
Tracie Peterson currently resides in the state of Missouri.
Tracie Peterson has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about To Dream Anew (Heirs Of Montana Book 3)?
Heirs of Montana, A DREAM ANEW Sep 26, 2006
I almost quit reading after I got into this book #3 of the series. I am so glad I did not. There was so much happening, to pull the characters together, I started to doubt the story line. Tracie Peterson pulled these people together in their quest for family, peace and love of the Lord as well as the wonderful, difficult land they were determined to make a home. I recommend the whole series of Heirs of Montana to those who love history and fiction. The series is Christian Fiction of the highest quality.
Love the entire series Aug 22, 2005
This whole series kept me totally engaged. I read each of the books in about 1 or 2 days. I totally recommend!
Good Adventure Nov 13, 2004
Very interesting, shows how the pioneers were tough and rugged individuals to survive the new frontier.
Success, suspense and evil all in one book! Aug 31, 2004
Dianne and Cole Selby have worked hard and now have the largest, most prosperous cattle ranch in the area, but for how long? Their family and friends are large, happy, close and safe, but can and will it last?
Evil lurks and continues seemingly unchecked in the form of Portia and Chester, a couple so greedy and jealous they will stop short of nothing, even multiple murders if necessary. They are determined to drive out the Selbys even if they have to lie, cheat and do horribly evil things. Chester has two of his sons working with him and of course his biggest asset of all is his wife (or is she really a liability?). A big surprise comes from two of the evil family's children. The reader will enjoy the challenge this brings.
Ardith has finally found love and happiness, but can she keep it? Takes Many Horses has a life changing experience as does the oldest Chadwick son, Trenton. However, probably the biggest, most suspenseful moment comes when Trenton suddenly is done away with very suspiciously.
Dianne is having a hard time allowing Cole to be the head of her home, the leader of the ranch. She is so strong willed that she has nearly cost them their marriage, but can she learn? WILL she even try? Tracie keeps the reader on the edge of their seats!
Tracie has managed to incorporate many different races, cultures and surprises in this book in spite of the historical and spiritual emphasis. The Indians still face problems and are now living on reservations to which many of them recoil. I can see several more books in this series.