A life Rachel Ford as soon as dreamed of

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A Life Rachel Fordham Once Dreamed of is a charming Christian historical novel from 1880.

This is a time of exploration and rooting. The reader sees this physically and spiritually. The city of Penance is a landmark settlement. The city is growing both physically and spiritually.

It is also a time when disease is rampant. Illnesses that we can cure today took lives. The city is razor-sharp as new practices work side by side with traditional ones.

We all have roots. Where we come from doesn't have to dictate where we go. Our past is gone. We can all have a different future.

There is the issue of illegitimacy. There is a stigma that follows a child through life, but it doesn't have to be. Every child is a gift from God regardless of the circumstances of its conception. The heart and mind need to be raised to recognize the potential of a new life and not to be affected by the choices made by their parents.

There is a wonderful community atmosphere throughout the novel. Where needs exist, they are met. It's a small town at its finest.

I absolutely loved A Life Once Dreamed. I couldn't take it off. It left me with a wonderful feeling of love and hope.

I received this book for free. A positive rating was not required and all views expressed are my own.


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