The Road to Magnolia Glen is book 2 in A Natchez Trace Novel Series by Pam Hillman. This story takes place in Natchez, Mississippi in 1792. It takes off where book one stops so it is best to read them in order, however the author fills in so it is not necessary.
Quinn O’Shea feels bitterness towards his brother Connor for leaving Ireland. With the death of their parents, Quinn was left alone to care for their younger brothers. Quinn and the younger brothers have now been able to come to America. While on the boat they met the three Young sisters. The Young sisters think their half-brother-in-law had made a marriage arrangement for the older sister, Kiera. What he really had done is sent them to the owner of a brothel to pay off a debt. When the situation becomes clear, Quinn gets help and rescues the girls. His only option is to take them all to Breeze Hill Plantation. where Connor lives. He plans to leave the younger brothers for Connor to take care of.
Breeze Hill is plantation that not only plants crops, it also harvest lumber. Help is short and when the brothers arrive, there is no smithy. Quinn takes on these responsibilities repair tools and making things they need.
This is a really good Christian historical story. It has a lot of adventure, suspense and a little romance. The thing that I really like about this story is that everyone steps in and helps to keep the plantation going, even though the owner is just a little baby who will not take ownership for 20 years. I like how everyone steps up to help, doing what ever is needed of them. I also like that time is set aside every Sunday for worship.
I received a copy of this book from Tyndale Blog Network. This is my honest review.
Series: A Natchez Trace Novel Series (Book 2)
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