Item description for A Place to Call Home: Book 6 (Wildrose Series/Ruth Glover, Bk 6) by Ruth Glover...
Overview In the final installment of this popular series, Lolly Dalton, 19-year-old daughter of a restless squatter who has taken over an abandoned homestead on the Canadian frontier, desperately wants to build a life for herself and her brothers. But how can they escape their father's influence?
Publishers Description Lolly and Donald are at a crucial point in their lives. Each must weigh their personal plans against the will of the God they are learning to believe and trust. Can they risk giving up their own dreams to find the home they are seeking in the arms of the loving Fatherand, perhaps, in each other? A Place to Call Home is Ruth Glover's sixth book in the Wildrose Series. Paper.
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Jan 25, 1999
Publisher Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Series Number 6
ISBN 0834117533 ISBN13 9780834117532
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More About Ruth Glover
Ruth Vogt Glover was born and raised in Canada's central Saskatchewan bush country, of which she writes in this in-spirational frontier romance novel, The Shining Light. 'The book is placed in the small farms of Donny-brook, the school district where I was bornnear Mac-dowall and Prince Albert, ' she explains. 'It was a hard life for adults, but for me as a child it was close to bliss. It is a wonderful place.' The author moved to Vancouver, Wash., in her late teens. It was in Vancouver she met Hal Glover, who fin-ished his term in the Army and married Ruth in 1940. The couple attended Pasadena College (now Point Loma Nazarene College) together, where Rev. Glover earned a master of arts degree. He has pastored churches in California and the northwestern United States for many years, while Mrs. Glover has pursued her love of Christian writing. That love has resulted in contributions to over 50 Christian publications, including the Christian Standard, Decision, the Herald of Holiness, Home Life, Light and Life, the National Christian Reporter, Standard, the Sunday Digest, Vital Christianity, War Cry, and the Wesleyan Advocate.
Ruth Glover currently resides in Dalles, in the state of Oregon.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Place to Call Home: Book 6 (Wildrose Series/Ruth Glover, Bk 6)?
Wildrose continues to provide happy endings Mar 15, 2001
Lolly is tired of constantly moving about, never settling in one spot, always on the move with her vagabond father. She and her brothers know that life does not have to be this way. When her father lucks up on an abandoned homestead in Wildrose, Lolly and her brothers hope that this will be the last move for them. But in case her father decides to move once more, Lolly has her eye on a wealthy widower who can provide her with all of the comforts and security that Lolly has never known. Meanwhile, Donal, through a series of unfortunate circumstances, also finds himself in Wildrose farming someone else's homestead under false pretenses. The longer that he stays, the more Donal realizes that he wants to settle there and have his own place in the community of Wildrose. Gradually, the Lord convicts both Donal and Lolly to be honest and that security does not have to come in the form of material things. Lolly and Donal are perhaps representative of all of the citizens of Wildrose who have found both the Lord and a place to call home in the Canadian bush town of Wildrose. This book is an excellent addition to the series!