A Gown of Spanish Lace

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Bethany House Publishers, 1995 - Fiction - 251 pages
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A young woman is kidnapped and brought to an outlaw camp. The son of the leader admires her deep faith and eventually helps her escape. When the young couple fall in love and plan their wedding, they discover that her mother's wedding gown, made of Spanish lace, is missing a cuff--the discovery of which will draw them into a mystery with profound implications for both of them.

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Review: A Gown of Spanish Lace (The Janette Oke Collection) (Women of the West #11)

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Review: A Gown of Spanish Lace (The Janette Oke Collection) (Women of the West #11)

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This book was very special to me, as it launched me into a reading frenzy... that hasn't stopped! Overall, well written and a nice read for me, when I feel like reading a lighthearted, quick, easy book. Read full review

Contents

A Girl and a Town
11
A Boy and a Camp
18
Ariana
29
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Janette Oke (pronounced "oak") was born in Champion, Alberta, Canada, during the depression years. She graduated from Mountain View Bible College in Didsbury, Alberta where she met her husband, Edward. She and Edward married in 1957 and went on to serve churches in Calgary and Edmonton, Canada, and Indiana. Oke published her first book, Love Comes Softly, in 1979. The book experienced immediate success because works of fiction were a virtually unknown genre in the Christian publishing industry. Oke has gone on to publish some 36 romance novels, earning her the 1992 President's Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. She is the author of the "Love Comes Softly" and the "Prairie Legacy" series of books. Oke enjoys a large reading audience primarily comprised of teenagers, homemakers and working women. She recently started writing for young children.

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