WAGONS WEST TO MONTANA by Emma Jo Olson Heimark Renner

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“Wagons West to Montana is part Western, part romance, and also a story about faith in times of hardship…the novel is full of heart and the story behind it is a winner.”
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"Two families break up their homes and travel from the east by wagon train across the open prairie to build a ranch in the wild open undeveloped range land not far from the mountains in western Montana. The long trip is tiresome uneventful travel at times with unexpected dangers along the way. When tragedy strikes, they trust God to give them strength and guidance to continue.

There is a stallion who is tamed by the young women and is a help in many ways. The horses become vital in use and survival in the new life in the far land out west.

The young women, wanting to learn to be ranchers are challenged by many tasks on the trip and in the new country. Things they have to learn and develop skills in order to survive.

Will they survive and become the ranchers that they want to be? Bold men come to their assistance and love comes in the new life."
 

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Published August 22, 2013 by Trafford. 134 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Dec 09 2013

“Wagons West to Montana is part Western, part romance, and also a story about faith in times of hardship…the novel is full of heart and the story behind it is a winner.”

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