Back Roads to Bliss (Saskatchewan Saga Book #6): A Novel
All good things must come to an end, and Ruth Glover's irresistible fiction series will be wrapped up in Backroads to Bliss. This final portion of romance, humor, and historical storytelling will charm fans of the series, which details the adventures of Saskatchewan's unflagging settlers.
In Backroads to Bliss, Glover once again infuses her characters with the exhilaration, pride, and grit that typified those who settled Canada's untamed bush country. She begins in England with Allison Middleton, a spoiled daughter of the aristocracy. When Allison makes the grave error of embarrassing her snooty father, she is banished to the far reaches of the Empire: the wilds of Canada. Allison's long trek from pampered society girl to penniless immigrant is as moving as it is entertaining. With warmth and spirit, Glover shows how anyone who asks for redemption can find it in God's waiting arms.
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Great series!User Review - CurledUpWithaBook - Christianbook.com
Ruth Glover has written another great book. I'm sad to have come to the end of this series - the people of Bliss have been so interesting and diverse. I found the ending of Back Roads to Bliss a bit ... Read full review
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