Across the Years (Desert Roses, #2)
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Across the Years (Desert Roses #2)

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Tragedy makes Ashley Reynolds a single mother. Working as a Harvey Girl has helped, but her world truly changes when the husband she thought was dead suddenly turns up. Has too much happened to reunit
Paperback, 384 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Bethany House Publishers
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Kathryn
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Kristi
I have heard really great things about Tracie Peterson, but maybe this was one of her earlier books and she has progressed as a writer since than. Maybe it wasn't as good to me because it was unfortunately abridged (I much prefer unabridged if possible), but I listened to this on my mp3 player and it's all they had online, so maybe it had lost some things? I thought this book was alright. Way too predictable though. It reminded me, however, so much of another novel: Rekindled (Fountain Creek Chr...more
Stacia
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Andrea
I checked all three books in this series out together, with the obvious plan to read the entire series. But, the first one wasn't great. Nothing wrong with it, but nothing very original. Since I had the other books, and they weren't a continuation of the same story I decided to read this one too. It was ok, but a lot of the story was similar in many ways to the other one. I guess I've read too many books lately that involved people not communicating when they have the opportunity, and thus more...more
Teri
I also enjoyed this story and the characters were very likeable. I however feel the same way about this book as I did the first in the series. A lot of the references I felt were too modern for the time period in which they occured. An easy enjoyable story though.
Barbara
Book #2 in this series was much better than #1. I enjoyed this story very much. Love the way this author includes an explanation to obtaining Eternal Life in every book but never in a "preachy" way. Great reading!
Vicki
Set in Winslow, AZ
Now I want to go visit and see the La Posada hotel the last one of the Harvey chains. It was finished in 1930.
Krysti
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The first time though this book I listened on CD, this time I actually read it. Both times it was a good book.
Jonimarie Whiting
this was a good book also. love the historical aspect of her books along with the fiction!
Ginger
not much of a story, kind of preachy, but a clean story
Catherine Clem
Again, another winner by Tracie. I could not put it down.
Tristen
i finished this in one night i really liked it alot.
Becca
It was a little predictable but still a pleasant read. Useful when needing to pass the time.
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Tracie Peterson is a bestselling author who writes in both historical and contemporary genres. Her novels reveal her love for research as well as her strong desire to develop emotionally meaningful characters and stories for her readers. Tracie and her family live in Montana.

pen name: Janelle Jamison
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