Widow Jasmine Houston's abolitionist views anger her father, a Southern plantation owner---especially when she agrees to harbor former slaves on her Lowell, Massachusetts, horse farm. When the slaves and her son are kidnapped, Jasmine is determined to rescue them. Will her commitment to free them undo her family?
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I found ithard to put down. very entertaining ! I am looking forward to the next book in the series. each of the characters are well developed and believeable. someone you would like to know ...your friends, you are concerned how they deal with what life throws at them! Great read!
The authors explored history and as well as a good plot, helped me to gain a new understanding of the feelings of those who helped in the underground railroad, and in the changing understandings of families that had slaves and other members seeing slaves as real human beings with rights. Also enjoyed Lowell Mill history since I live in the Northeast and have known of mills, but not their history. I loved the book, but found it hard to read before going to sleep as I was personally trying to interact with it.
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Review 3 for Love Woven True, A - eBook
Date:September 9, 2010
This book has a nice story that has no action, plain, and simple. It is taking me way to long to read it, I feel bad for not to finish it, however, I have been at it for more than a month. Don't waist your money and time.
I finished the first book in the series and could hardly wait to read A Love Woven True to see what happens next to Jasmine and family. I really like the way the story is woven into the details of history. Now, I can hardly wait to read Book 3.
I love this series, it is a great story. It keeps showing us what God wants the characters to do in a given situation. It quotes scripture and gives evidence of God's presence in the lives of the people in the story. It shows what happens when they are obedient to God and when they are not. It gives us a look at how slavery affected the people at that time. The views of the people of both the north and the south. I can't wait to read the next in the series.
This was a fabulous series! Everyone should read this series and the Belles of Lowell series also. They are so interesting with lots of history. You will learn alot and also enjoy the characters and the whole story line.
This book was WONDERFUL!I enjoyed it very,VERY much.Once I started it,I couldn't put it down.Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller have definitely woven a compelling story with great characters and a spellbinding plot.I loved how the characters just seemed to come alive.It had plenty of excitement,drama,and great Biblical truths.I also really liked that this book was rich in pre-Civil War history.It's hard to imagine what those slaves had to go through to gain their freedom.I HIGHLY recommend A Love Woven True to anyone who likes a clean,inspirational novel.