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Daughters Of The South Wind (McCleod Daughters #1)

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Like fairytale sisters, the three McCleod girls were beautiful, virtuous and bound to a dream--the dream of finding a new life in the West. But their story was no fairytale; for their father died on the trail and they were stranded, without money or means to go on. So, Tamsen McCleod became "Poppy Franklin," one of the girls at the cantina, to get the money to take her and...more
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Lyn Johanson
Got my hands on an old, battered book; started reading just to shorten my hours on a train, and the hours just vanished. I loved this book so much, I know I'm going to re-read it sometime in the near future.
Marla Rosenberger
Read this memorable series probably in the 1980's finding it (the series and all of its books) so wonderful that all these year later I recalled the authors name and the titles! The characters were well developed through the series as they matured and aged from young girls left on their own, to young women faced with some horrors of being without male protection, to young marrieds, young mothers, grandmothers, and matriarchs with extended families of their own. This is a great series that I woul...more
Let me point out that I read this in high school and liked it so much that I bought its sequels. I still own the book, but I haven't opened it in years. Perhaps I should do a reread and see if I still like it as much.
I inherited the first 5 books of this "series" from my aunt. This is one of the few romance stories/series that I liked. Well written and not too soppy. The characters actually have character!
Kellie Hogue
i read these stories years age and fell in love with the charachters,the theme and of course,the ending .this is one of my favorite book series of all time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Loved it, full of stories within stories. Made me not want to put it down. Cannt wait to start the next book by Aola in this series.
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Married to New Mexico State Senator William Vandergriff. She wrote over 2,000 short stories, novels and poetry.

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