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Where Heaven Begins

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With rough miners for shipmates, Elizabeth Breckenridge sets sail to search for her brother in Alaska, wild with the 1890s gold rush. When she falls overboard midjourney, she is rescued by a man very unlike her minister brother--Clint Brady, a cynical bounty hunter who shoots to kill.

Together, this unlikely couple struggles to survive the rugged dangers of the beautiful Al
ebook, 336 pages
Published January 18th 2010 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense (first published 2004)
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I have been reading Christian fiction for about 15 years............I have NEVER read a Christian fiction book with four letter words! I was appalled - I will not read this author again, nor any Steeple Hill books - what are they thinking????
Jane Gruber
I loved the characters and the realness of the relationships. The book is a reflection of how God sees other people and how, as Christians, we are called not to judge but to love others as He does.
inspirational romance. i enjoy a story where characters have to face adversity in nature. christian aspect was a tad too naive and perhaps a little preachy.
I've read this book about 10 times..
Where Heaven Begins By Rosanne Bittner
The book begins August 4, 1898
Elizabeth Breckenridge has just been informed by the church deacons that she must leave Reverend Selby's residence because of an incident that was not her fault. Now, left alone in the world with her parents dead and her brother in Alaska, she has an uncertain future.
Elizabeth has decided to go to Alaska to find her brother, Peter, who is a minister of a church in Dawson.
Her journey begins at the wharf in San Francisco as she pr
I don't normally read inspirational romance but picked up this book because of my interest in the Klondike gold rush.

A bit slow, a bit boring, a bit preachy. Ended up skimming to finish. Surprised to find swear words in an inspirational.

However, my biggest complaint is lack of historical accuracy. I would expect that an established author would do proper research. The author mentions in her foreword that she relied for her facts on one book. This book was set in 1897, at the start of the stamped
The cover of this book is so incredibly beautiful-- that's why I got it. But the book itself, I really could not like. The characters felt so cliche, and one-dimensional, and the story did not interest me at all. The only reason I finished it quickly was that I wanted to get it over with and move on.
With rough miners for shipmates, Elizabeth Breckenridge sets sail to search for her brother in Alaska, wild with the 1890s gold rush.
Tonya Lucas
Where Heaven Begins is such a beautiful uplifting book. As only Rosanne Bittner can write, She has penned a sure historical inspirational classic. Great book.
Lovely story and inspirational.

I'm amazed on others comments about being too "preachy."

Kathleen Alexander
Way too predictable....would never read another one of this author's books again!
Sweet, beautiful story that takes us across the country to Alaska. Clint and Elizabeth captured my heart and made me smile! Always love the adventures Rosanne Bittner takes us on!
This is a great book. Comparable with the likes of Julie Lessman & Karen Wittemeyer. Can't believe it hasn't gotten more attention than it has. Pick it up today!
I love the way a woman of faith has such an influence for good on a man stuggling to find himself.
Topher James
excited to see this story set in alaska's gold rush republished last year!
Lovely story - most enjoyable read.
Definitely not my cup of tea!
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