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Santa Fe Woman by Gilbert Morris
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Feb 28, 10

really liked it
bookshelves: christian-romance
Read from February 25 to 28, 2010

What a delightful read - I love reading about how it was in the 1800's when wagons, horses, and the fear of indians were part of life. Economic times during the depression were hard on many folks, some survived and some didn't.

The ones who survived were the ones who usually sold everything they had and moved on to different parts of the country. The Hayden family did exactly that. From Little Rock Arkansas they ventured west to Santa Fe New Mexico in search of a new life and in search for a new business of transporting everyday goods to parts of the country where they werent in great supply of except when the French brought them across seas for trade.

The Hayden's grew closer to god, grew up for the wiser, and even found love.

I would definitly reread this book in the future.
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