Through The Storm

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The Wade family saga continues in Through The Storm, a work of historical fiction set in post-Civil War Missouri. Love reigns in the home of Leann and Ralph Wade, although tested many times during the course of their marriage. Leann and Ralph struggle to overcome the storms of life through faith, courage, and commitment to each other. More

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About Brenda B. Taylor

Brenda B Taylor and her husband make their home in beautiful East Texas. Brenda stays busy working in Bethabara Faith Ministry, Inc. She enjoys writing historical fiction about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people, traveling for research and pleasure, photography, and spending time with family and friends.

About the Series: The Wades of Crawford County
The series is a saga of the Wade family during the aftermath of the Civil War in Missouri. The reader follows Leann and Ralph Wade through courtship,

wedding, and early marriage years. Their story is one of struggle, faith, and overcoming love.

Also in Series: The Wades of Crawford County

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Review by: Sherrie Hansen on June 2, 2014 :
"Through the Storm" is a sweet romance that highlights a year (1880 - 1881) in the life of Ralph and Leann Wade, their children, and extended family. Although this is a relaxing read filled with fairly "normal" troubles, concerns and challenges born out of the hardships of the time and the perils of raising a family rather than extreme tragedy, I quickly became involved in the lives of the characters. The love shared between husband and wife, their strong faith in times of trouble, and their commitment to their family is extremely endearing, and I found myself drawn in, and deeply caring about what might happen next. By the time the book ended, the characters truly felt like family to me, and I was sorry to find the story at an end. I would definitely read more books by this author.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
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