Separate Roads

Separate Roads

eBook - 1999
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Baker & Taylor
Run out of Omaha after uncovering an illegal land scheme, the Baldwin and O'Connor clans face new challenges when they reach California. Original.

Baker Publishing Group
A new look for this bestselling novel set during the Civil War. Families are separated for long periods as work continues on the Central Pacific Railroad.
While the Civil War is raging, Brenton Baldwin has promised to provide a safe escort to California for Caitlan O'Connor. But now that his heart is totally hers, how can he leave her once they finally arrive? Meanwhile, Kiernan and Victoria O'Connor struggle as his work on the Central Pacific Railroad keeps them separated for long periods of time. Then a devastating accident with explosives suddenly changes everything. What will this mean for all of them?

Publisher: Minneapolis : Bethany House Publishers, [c1999]
ISBN: 9781441234087
Branch Call Number: E-Book
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Peterson, Tracie
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Jul 22, 2018

I have a problem...I finished this book last night and don’t have the next one in the series. Ha!

I usually find the middle book in a series to be the weakest—but not so in this case. I actually liked it better than the first!

Jordana is defo my favorite character, and I’m eager to see how her storyline resolves in book 3. She’s unconventional and pushes back against society’s ideals and expectations, especially around getting married (or not) and doing things as a single woman. I absolutely applaud this and like her all the more for it. One of my favorite lines: “God, she was certain, did not wish to stifle that sense of adventure that very likely had come from Him in the first place.”


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