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The Rosefields of Zion

2.2 of 5 stars 2.20  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
It is 1925, and the government wants to purchase the Rosefield family farm at the mouth of Zion National Park to build a visitor’s center. Bradley and Ellen Rosefield refuse to sell. When they pass away, the two oldest Rosefield boys assign their sister Marissa to retrieve the land title from the St. George courthouse. There she meets a debonair government official from Ne ...more
Kindle Edition, 173 pages
Published January 17th 2014 by Currawong
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Deborah Balzotti
“The Rosefields of Zion” is romantic novel set in historic Zion National Park and the St. George area of Utah. It’s definitely a book women will enjoy more than men or teens. It is written for the LDS reader, but could be enjoyed by readers not familiar with the religion or culture of the Mormons in 1920s Utah. I especially enjoyed the historical information and legends woven into the story of the fictional Rosefield family.

At the beginning of the book the author states: “This book is much more
The bits of information about Zion becoming a national park and some surprise plot twists were all that made this book even a 2 star. I was uncomfortable with many of the moral issues in this book and would not feel comfortable loaning the book to anyone.
Weak plot, annoying characters, grammar and character name errors, and more telling than showing. It's based in an LDS community, but a lot of the religious stuff seemed misrepresented, and made me a bit uncomfortable.
One of the worst books I've read. Had no clue what was really going on 70 pages in. No description of characters. Horrible ending-if it can be called an ending.
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