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Sweetbriar Spring (Sweetbriar #3)

3.92 of 5 stars 3.92  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Paperback, 254 pages
Published August 1st 1989 by Harvest House Publishers
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Better than the second book, but I'm done with this series. I enjoyed the historical fiction approach to the early founding of Seattle, a place dear to my family history. The writing is mediocre, though, the characters static, and the "pioneer romance," which could have boosted the story with a bit of bodice ripping, extends mostly to chaste kisses and prayers to God for the blessing of a fine spouse. Plus the main character had a baby, so her life is now predictably about nothing else. Ugh. Not ...more
Shantelle Mary
Sweetbriar Spring, I didn't enjoy as much as the first two books, but it was still intense and raw, a stunning tale based on a true story. The things these early pioneers went through! I stare at the words in shock. Sweetbriar Spring certainly shows the bravery of the frontier families. -And the stupidity... I fairly burned with anger when I read about a few men taking matters into their own hands with the convicted Indians!

But truly fascinating, this series. Sweetbriar, Sweetbriar Bride, and Sw
JG (The Introverted Reader)
My grandmother bought me these for my birthday several years ago. They're sweet little Christian romances about pioneers establishing the city of Seattle.

I'm not sure what happened to my copies. I'm wondering if I've left some books at my parents house. Any ideas, Mama?
I recently came across the third book in Ms. Wilbee's pioneer series pivoting around the settling of Seattle. Sweetbriar Spring was equally engaging as the previous two books. I highly recommend.
Great, great great, seems to get better and better thru each book! I have run out so it is time to take a trip to the library!
Excellent series. I highly recommend. Great elements of inspiration, romance, and historical interest.
Amanda Wige
Very good. Liked it a lot.
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