Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book]


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  1. says: READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book]

    Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] Find the enhanced version of this and other reviews at 's Pledge begins in Bath but uickly takes us across the

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    Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] I have always enjoyed reading historical novels set in Colonial America Plots where women had to rough it to survive on the frontier make those types of stories even intriguing to me Toss in the fact that the heroine was orignally from England and sold herself as an indentured servant along with her sisters to help keep her father out of debt

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    Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] I liked the writing and the setting but disliked the characters I found Rose Harwood to be pompous judgmental and hypocritical and an all around unlikable character Instead of straightening her out a bit Nate Kinyon climbed right up onto the high horse with her Book 3 in the series was definitely my favorite

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    Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] Rose's Pledge by Dianna Crawford and Sally Laity 5 STARSNever sure how this would turn out Did not want to put it down while my kindle recharged I hope thier are follow up books with these charactersIn England the police came and where going to throw her father in debt prison but Rose convinces the cop to give her the re

  5. says: Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity SUMMARY Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1)

    Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW A tale set amidst the wilds of a young AmericaRose's family finds themselves in a financial predicament when a customer refuses to pay the large sum that he owes to their shopRose takes matters into her own hands to protect her family selling everything the family owns that is of value and when that fails to be enough to pay off the debtor fi

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    SUMMARY Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW Tedious and predictableTedious and predictableThe almost fairytale nature of the writing became insufferable as the chapters unfolded I kept hoping there would be some drama or tension that never occurred

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    Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] It's an historical novel with a lot of religious issues so really is not very my tape of novel but Thanks to Netgalley and Barbour Publishing for the preview

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    Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] SUMMARY Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) A very unlikable heroine

  9. says: Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity SUMMARY Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1)

    Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] In the 1700's in England Rose Harwood was a very refined and privileged young woman taking care of her father and the family household In order to help her father get out of debt Rose travelled to America to sell herself into indentured servi

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) [Pdf/E–book] This is a great story I like the colonial historical fiction I have an ancestor who moved at the end of the 1700sbeginning of the 1800s near the Ohio River and he was killed by Indians one day while he stood in his doorway This book no put me i

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Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1)

READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity REVIEW ä Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW Step back into the early days of America where Rose Harwood and her sisters become indentured to the highest bidders When Rose’s new owner takes her deep. Find the enhanced version of this and other reviews at s Pledge begins in Bath but uickly takes us across the sea and deep into the wilderness and the center of a political firestorm about to erupt into what we know as the French and Indian War Bonded in service Rose Harwood has little choice in traversing miles into the unknown and soon finds herself living among the natives in a world she never imagined Over the course of the novel we witness both the evolution of her faith and initial outbreak of conflict in the Ohio River Valley First off I have to say I jumped at the chance to review this book because a I love history and b Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford are the ladies who turned me on to inspired fiction Many authors in this genre focus on their message but these two ladies have mastered the art of weaving a remarkable amount of history into their novels in addition to their spiritual message There are strong religious themes in their work but I find the context of their stories on par with some of my favorite secular writers Needless to say I was excited to find the two had reunited and were collaborating once again That being said the words indentured servant set off warning bells There are a lot of directions to take the concept but all the same Laity and Crawford tackled the subject pretty extensively in The Gathering Dawn The bells grew significantly louder in a scene where Rose stood on the deck of the Seaford Lady as it arrived in port The brief conversation she shared with Seaman Polk is than a little reminiscent of the exchange between Susannah Harrington and Seaman Yancy Curtis on the deck of another ship upon their arrival in the colonies in the opening scene of the aforementioned novel Much to my relief the story took a new direction and bells soon ceased Unfortunately the respite was short lived Not only does Nate Kinyon have the same solution to Rose s situation as Daniel Haynes did for Susannah but he is as inarticulate as his counterpart when it comes to propositioning the lady in uestion At this point it really didn t surprise me that the ladies themselves reacted in an identical manner and brushed off their suitors with the same level of indignationAs a fan I found this recycling sharply disappointing but it begged the uestion as to whether or not I should downgrade my rating Having just completed Long Trail Home a book where recycled material played a key role in determining my overall opinion I wondered if it was hypocritical to let this one slide Ultimately I decided that as a reviewer I needed to mention the similarities but it would not factor in my rating of the novel Before you start rolling your eyes be assured I struggled with this one The simple explanation is that Long Trail Home paralleled other books in the Texas Trail series where Rose s Pledge resembles a completely different collection that was published nearly two decades ago Additionally Rose s Pledge covers a significantly wider historic scope the details of which provide than adeuate compensation for us older readersOn the subject of content I want to mention the sub story of Hannah Wright She appears in a single chapter but I found her scenes to some of the most powerful of the entire novel I wont lie the imagery wont appeal to everyone especially readers whose imaginations are as vivid as my own Ever a fan of realistic depictions in literature the graphic uality of these scenes appeals to my historian nature White settlers and traders who pushed west of the established colonies traversed an invisible line essentially their movements placed them in the middle of a war zone Tragically many of these individuals were caught in the crossfire as England France and assorted Indian nations vied for control of the territory Hannah represents these individuals and the description of her experience was appropriately intense All things considered I enjoyed Rose s Pledge and while I look forward to the next installment of the Harwood House series it is not without trepidation Mariah s character draws comparison to Jane the flighty marriage obsessed sister of Daniel Haynes and I don t know if I ll be as inclined to dismiss the rehashing a second time Recommended to fans of The Midwife of Blue Ridge and the Freedom s Holy Light series The Meaning of Behaviour political firestorm about to erupt into what we know as the French and Indian War Bonded in service Rose Harwood has little choice in traversing miles into the unknown and soon finds herself living among the natives in a world she never imagined Over the course of the novel we witness both the evolution of her faith and initial outbreak of conflict in the Ohio River Valley First off I have to say I jumped at the chance to review this book because a I love history and b Sally Laity and Dianna Crawford are the ladies who turned me on to inspired fiction Many authors in this genre focus on their message but these two ladies have mastered the art of weaving a remarkable amount of history into their novels in addition to their spiritual message There are strong religious themes in their work but I find the context of their stories on Reforming Global Economic Governance an Unsettled Order par with some of my favorite secular writers Needless to say I was excited to find the two had reunited and were collaborating once again That being said the words indentured servant set off warning bells There are a lot of directions to take the concept but all the same Laity and Crawford tackled the subject Psychoanalytic Thinking on the Unhoused Mind pretty extensively in The Gathering Dawn The bells grew significantly louder in a scene where Rose stood on the deck of the Seaford Lady as it arrived in The Sound System Design Primer port The brief conversation she shared with Seaman Polk is than a little reminiscent of the exchange between Susannah Harrington and Seaman Yancy Curtis on the deck of another ship upon their arrival in the colonies in the opening scene of the aforementioned novel Much to my relief the story took a new direction and bells soon ceased Unfortunately the respite was short lived Not only does Nate Kinyon have the same solution to Rose s situation as Daniel Haynes did for Susannah but he is as inarticulate as his counterpart when it comes to Alternative Offences and Defences to Murder propositioning the lady in uestion At this Alternative Offences and Defences to Murder point it really didn t surprise me that the ladies themselves reacted in an identical manner and brushed off their suitors with the same level of indignationAs a fan I found this recycling sharply disappointing but it begged the uestion as to whether or not I should downgrade my rating Having just completed Long Trail Home a book where recycled material Switched Resolution Switched #3 played a key role in determining my overall opinion I wondered if it was hypocritical to let this one slide Ultimately I decided that as a reviewer I needed to mention the similarities but it would not factor in my rating of the novel Before you start rolling your eyes be assured I struggled with this one The simple explanation is that Long Trail Home An Introduction to the Psychology of Humor paralleled other books in the Texas Trail series where Rose s Pledge resembles a completely different collection that was Electrical Machine Drives published nearly two decades ago Additionally Rose s Pledge covers a significantly wider historic scope the details of which Creating Dialogue for TV provide than adeuate compensation for us older readersOn the subject of content I want to mention the sub story of Hannah Wright She appears in a single chapter but I found her scenes to some of the most Impossible Knowledge powerful of the entire novel I wont lie the imagery wont appeal to everyone especially readers whose imaginations are as vivid as my own Ever a fan of realistic depictions in literature the graphic uality of these scenes appeals to my 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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity REVIEW ä Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW Into Indian Territory a young frontiersman named Nate Kinyon tags along hoping to save Rose from the machinations of a grubby trader and the appraising look. Rose s Pledge by Dianna Crawford and Sally Laity 5 STARSNever sure how this would turn out Did not want to put it down while my kindle recharged I hope thier are follow up books with these charactersIn England the police came and where going to throw her father in debt prison but Rose convinces the cop to give her the rest of day to come up with the money She takes what ever she can find and sells it not enough so she sells herself for four years as a dentured servant in America Her younger sisters go with her they are supposed to go together but the ships Captain sells them seperatelyRose gets sold to old stinky guy who really never tells her about where they are going Just that he needs a new cook because his stomach his killing him He also brings lots of goods for his store and milk cow and chickensRose ends up at a Indian camp The old trader was being honest in that he needs to eat better His indian wife like Rose or for that fact her husbandOn their way to the Indian camp they run into Nate Kinyon and his partner Bob who are hunterstrapper and explores Nate trys to talk Mr Smith from taking Rose 300 miles into Indian terratoryThey end up escorting Rose and helping her learn the things she needs to know Bob is half indian but doesn t fit in anywhere Bob is also a Christian Rose and Bob talk a lot about different Preachers and the scripturesNate and Bob take off they are going to try and earn the money to free Rose before winter They go further out in dangerous area with some goods of Trader SmithWhile they are gone away from the Indian camp Rose earns the respect of trader Smith and ends up taking care of a little blond six month orphan Jenny Who s mother been kidnapped and injured who hangs on long enough to ask Rose to take her to her parents somehow Jenny softens traders Smiths heart He plays with her daily and he starts teaching Rose the trading business when he realizes he is getting worse and going to die Before he dies he frees RoseSo Rose is left by herself hoping Nate and Bob come back Rose keeps the trading going after Smith dies and his wife and her brother steals a lot of stuffmoney and horsesIt is a very well told story and action keeps going and new problems keep coming up I look forward to reading books from Diana and SallyI was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest review from Netgalley 01012012 PUB Barbour Publishing Inchttpreadalot rhonda1111blogspotc

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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ Sally Laity REVIEW ä Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1) Sally Laity µ 9 REVIEW S of young braves How much is he willing to pay in dollars and sense to redeem the woman he loves And how much is Rose willing to sacrifice for his protecti. In the 1700 s in England Rose Harwood was a very refined and privileged young woman taking care of her father and the family household In order to help her father get out of debt Rose travelled to America to sell herself into indentured servitude for four years Her two younger sisters followed her across the Atlantic Ocean As they arrived on American soil each girl was auctioned off to the highest bidder going to different ownersThis story follows Rose s years during her indentured servitude She was bought by a fur trader that was in charge of a Trading Post As Rose s journey begins she was taken deep into the American wilderness to Indian Territory She found herself facing rain mud freezing cold weather doing the cooking on open fires sleeping outdoors crossing rivers and watching out for Indians and other adventures including a romance and living among friendly Indians and helping othersThe story was filled with American History about indentured servitude early frontiers men fur trappers and the French and Indian War The author is an outstanding storyteller with real live characters The descriptions of the wilderness was vivid and the plot was so well written it gives the feeling as if you are in the middle of it all The story was fast paced and good from the first page to the end A good read of Early American adventures with good history lessons I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to all

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • Roses Pledge (Harwood House, #1)
  • Sally Laity
  • English
  • 10 January 2018
  • 9781616265526