A Daughter of the Land
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - countrylife - LibraryThing
Kate, youngest daughter of an intractable man and his cowed wife, is expected to stay home to be the family drudge when all the rest of her siblings have flown. Were it necessary, it could be borne ... Read full review
Review: A Daughter Of The LandUser Review - Jessica Robinett - Goodreads
This book is one of my new favorites! I loved it! The main character was wonderfully written and the sotry line changes enough to keep you interested. Great read! Read full review