111th out of 120 books — 9 voters
Quest for Lasting Love (Orphan Train West #3)
by Jane Peart
In Spring 1890, three eight-year-old girls leave Boston and set out on the Orphan Train, heading West to adoptive homes, vowing to be forever friends.
Hardcover, Large Print, 296 pages
Published April 1st 2001 by Thorndike Press
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Family By Heart-Hero Or Heroine Involved With Orphans, Orphanage Or Orphan Train
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It's really a good book. I started crying on the first few pages. You could really feel the emotions that Laurel felt about her mother. How sad she was when her mother left her, and how happy she was when her mother wrote a letter. It's an great book and has a great message about love. You leave your loved ones, to find the history of what's left of your real loved ones and will eventually find another loved one who'll love you and cherish you forever.
Jane Johnson Peart of Asheville, North Carolina, Humboldt and Marin counties, California, and in recent years, Hawaii, passed away in 2007. She was the author of more than 60 works of suspense, historical fiction and romance, which touched the hearts and minds of thousands of readers whose correspondence she treasured. She wrote for the secular and Christian market, and is best known for the Bride...moreMore about Jane Peart...