Victoria's Family

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Victoria took the first train out of town not caring about the destination. She had to get away from there. Joseph, feeling led by God to follow the mysterious woman, decides to take the same train and sit next to her. He had never been so bold, but he had a wife to find before he could return home. Will Victoria become the wife Joseph is searching for or will her past get in the way.
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Words: 68,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310325106
About Kimberly J Muse-Holliday

Kimberly is an avid reader of Christian fiction. Her fondest memory growing up was time spent with her family at church. She writes as a hobby to share God’s message of love, forgiveness, and trusting his will. Kimberly resides in Southern Louisiana with her husband.

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Review by: aase irene sullivan on Oct. 05, 2016 : (no rating)
I enjoyed reading this book recommend it to readers enjoying a good story without to much sex.
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Review by: aase irene sullivan on Oct. 05, 2016 : (no rating)
I enjoyed reading this book recommend it to readers enjoying a good story without to much sex.
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Review by: Dorothy Incoom Botchwey on Aug. 10, 2016 :
This book kept me rooting for more. I admire how both Victoria and Joseph had to struggle and have control over their emotions for each other and how they finally came together as married couple. The habit of they praying silently in their hearts to seek for guidance made me so happy. I am actually making it a habit to say silent prayers in every situation I find myself. The suspense used was interesting and made me want a continuation of how Victoria would have reunited with her mother and her daughter. I actually had wanted to finish the story with my own lines of how the reconciliation would be like. The ending was somewhat a suspense.
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Review by: Narlen & Eveline Evans on July 20, 2016 :
While the book is very good it has room for improvement to make it more believable.

When Victoria is buying her ticket, there would be many stops between Meadows, Mo and Mobile, Al. Therefore she would need to tell the ticket agent that she wanted to go to the “end of the line” would she not?

The trip (even today) would take over 29 hours. Should not some mention be made of this fact?

There is no direct train from Mobile Al to anyplace in Montana. They would have to have changed trains with a layover somewhere (Probably TN). Again the time to get to TN would be 20 hours and from there to Montana another 54. (Again this is Amtrak time so no telling how long the 1902 train would have taken).

The sheep ranch (not farm) would be outside of town so they would have to have been picked up by someone in a carriage.

Dropping off the baby with her mother…. Victoria is someplace in the North on a river boat and she leaves the baby with the Captain! Not workable. She said her mother’s boarding house was west of Mobile which would probably put it in Mississippi. But the end of the Mississippi River is New Orleans, LA. Even the most accommodating boat captain would not travel very far with an infant.

There are other errors like ease dropping should be eavesdropping. Twice there is quite when it should be quiet. Repeatedly residence is used when residents is meant.

But the story like is terrific. Congratulations on publishing your first Smashwords book.
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Review by: Marija on July 15, 2016 : (no rating)
Very well written and the characters are well developed.
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Review by: Linda Winey on July 12, 2016 :
This is a beautifully written story that takes place in early turn of the century 1900s. It chronicles the early adult life of Victoria and Joseph and their struggles of coming to term over their feelings for one another.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it to everyone.
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