Prairie Rose (Prairie Rose Series #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 357 pages
  • Prairie Rose (Prairie Rose Series #1)
  • Susan E. Kirby
  • English
  • 18 June 2018
  • 9780380785032

About the Author: Susan E. Kirby

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Prairie Rose (Prairie Rose Series #1)The First Novel In A Richly Rewarding Three Book Series About A Young Woman S Journey To Find Her Place In A Small Town At The Turn Of The Century Seventeen Year Old Libby Watson Is Thrilled At The News That She Has Inherited A Small Town General Store In Edgewood, Illinois, Libby Becomes The Town S Post Mistress Quickly Swept Into The Lives Of The Locals, She Soon Finds Herself With Two Suitors.

10 thoughts on “Prairie Rose (Prairie Rose Series #1)

  1. says:

    Review to come.

  2. says:

    Prairie Rose is a sweet, adventurous, and meaningful tale akin to the classics It made me think of Christy and perhaps the ANNE OF GREEN GABLES series My second time reading it, I quite enjoyed Though a little slow at times or wrapped up in politics or legal matters that I couldn t really bring myself to care about I still count it a worthy read and love some of these characters even after an additional read Elizabeth, Libby, is a lovely character Kindhearted and ambitious, yet temper headed and flawed She s real and I like that I look forward to watching her grow and blossom as her journey continues in the next couple books of the PRAIRIE ROSE series And, I must admit, I m very invested in the thought of which young man she will choose I know who I like best laughs Even if I was bored at times, Prairie Rose sucked me into this historical setting and into the lives of these unique characters And I m happy to report t...

  3. says:

    The front book blurb compared this to one of my favorite books, Christy by Catherine Marshall, so I had to pick it up I can see where the comparison stems from, but this seems a much simple version A young girl, striking off on her own, being challenged to grow in her faith, and with a couple potential suitors Perhaps something I would have enjoyed in high school Ther...

  4. says:

    I forced myself to finish this very boring book I dip not know why.

  5. says:

    Great young adult fiction Read the trilogy years ago and found it inspiring.

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