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A TAPESTRY OF HOPE Books by Tracie Peterson ww. raciepeterson A Tapestry of Hope. Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller. Cover design by Dan Thornberg

A TAPESTRY OF HOPE Books by Tracie Peterson ww. raciepeterson. Cover design by Dan Thornberg. Unless otherwise identified, Scripture quotations are from the King James Version of the Bible.

Books in Lights of Lowell (3 Book Series). She and her family make their home in Montana. Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. 1. A Tapestry of Hope (Lights of Lowel. racie Peterson. 2. A Love Woven True (Lights of Lowel. 3. The Pattern of Her Heart (Lights o. She makes her home in Topeka, Kansas.

The days had not been as pleasant for Jasmine as she had imagined them when she and her grandmother had planned for her extended visit in Lowell. lf, and today was no exception. Jasmine stiffened as Bradley pulled his chair closer and cupped her cheek in his palm. It seemed he was always touching her- something that would never have been tolerated at The Willows. Why, Samuel alone would have called out the first man to lay a finger to his beloved sister. But Samuel wasn’t here to stand guard

of Lowell book 1. "Tapestry of Hope" weaves together the heartrending and hope-building stories of two young women.

Lights of Lowell book 1. Jasmine Wainwright is the sheltered daughter of a Mississippi plantation owner. When her father strikes a deal to sell his cotton to Lowell mills through businessman Bradley Houston, he throws an arranged marriage with Jasmine into the bargain.

Tracie Peterson, Judith McCoy Miller (Goodreads Author). This is the first book in the new Lights of Lowell series

Tracie Peterson, Judith McCoy Miller (Goodreads Author). Kiara O'N Lights of Lowell book 1. Tapestry of Hope weaves together the heartrending and hope-building stories of two young women. This is the first book in the new Lights of Lowell series. The two storylines of Jasmine and Kiara come together and truly do weave a tapestry of God's hope. Kiara O'Neill and her brother escape starvation in Ireland by traveling to America as Bradley Houston's indentured servants. But Bradley has more in mind for Kiara than she wants to imagine

I thourally enjoyed this book, the perspective of peoples attitude to slavery in the north was well portrayed and it was interesting to hear of the cotton mills.

Books related to Tapestry of Hope, A (Lights of Lowell Book Skip this list. I thourally enjoyed this book, the perspective of peoples attitude to slavery in the north was well portrayed and it was interesting to hear of the cotton mills. The plot was very good, the characters believable, all in all a great read.

Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller are both best-selling authors whose faith shines through in. .A Tapestry of Hope begins their promising new Lights of Lowell series. A Tapestry of Hope (Lights of Lowell Series, Book #1).

Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller are both best-selling authors whose faith shines through in their best-selling works of historical fiction. A Tapestry of Hope (Lights of Lowell Series, Book Book 1. Series. Lights of Lowell Series. But Bradley has more in mind for Kiara than she wants to imagine.

Jasmine Wainwright is forced into an arranged marriage with businessman Bradley Houston, who also has designs on Kiara O'Neill, an Irish indentured servant, forcing the two women to look for desperate hope in the face of hardship. (Christian Fiction).
Hulis
I enjoyed the book and read it to the end, but I had some difficulty with Jasmine's character. I did like that she grew throughout the book and began to see the world the way it really was back then. She also lived in a time that was difficult for women. My problem was that we had to "see" more than just suggestive scenes of rape on the Irish house servant by Jasmine's vicious husband, but the same man who didn't own Jasmine but wanted to dominate her, would in real life have been just as brutal to Jasmine during their "honeymoon" and yet that part of their relationship isn't even addressed. The author did a great job making my hate her husband, and I was glad that she was finally able to find happiness at the end, but I had a hard time believing that someone wouldn't have caught onto him and both his abusiveness and his criminal behavior sooner.
Dagdage
This is a story of hope and love but not romance. I've enjoyed other titles by this author. The story was interesting and provided historic settings. Incorrect punctuation made it hard to follow who was speaking. Although the book has chapters, there were abrupt scene changes that just occurred...no new chapter, no special symbols, no transitions, just abrupt change of location and/or people. The story was good, but I would have enjoyed it much more if the punctuation and formatting had made it easy to read instead of rereading to determine who was speaking and what had just happened.
Connorise
But I really dislike the author writing about one thing - then abruptly the next paragraph is a fast-forward situation or completely different.
Certainly I figured it out - but still - there should have been something to separate the different parts by a design or something so that the reader would know the conversation / situation has changed.
--- The story was distressing, yes, because I have always disliked the fact that daughters were given in marriage as a business agreement (& often those men are way too old for such young girls).
-At least did improve at the end and leaves you believing that she finds a true love.
Vizuru
The book over all was good... there was a point it just suddenly skipped from Northern USA to Ireland and back.. maybe should have
did a better leading into that.. but the only one thing that jumped out to me as the author mentioning. "Fire Ants" down south.
In the time set of the store (before the Civil War).. there were no Fire Ants in the south.. so needs to further research before they assume
that the south had fire ants then... I would of left out the part where the husband did sexual things to the hired servant from Ireland.
the author could have worded it better or not mention that part at all.. I guess it depends if you are from the north or the south to really
appreciate the book.. but over all it was a good book and kept you thinking ahead a lot.
Felhann
The book of Job from the Bible is a bitter sweet lesson for all Christians. To lean on God as she did through her marriage, to grow in her relationship with God and then to give forgiveness were all lessons we need to learn.
I give it a 4 star because in places it was hard to follow. The formatting of the book made it difficult to read. There were times when the story moved to another time frame but was not separated from the following lines. It was hard to decide who was speaking because there was no indication in the paragraph signaling another speaker.
But other than format concerns it was a great novel and I look forward to another from this author.
caif
It took me a bit to get into the book but then I didn't want to put it down . There is no separation between the characters and it can be hard to follow. You might be reading about one character and then it paragraphs to a totally different subject and person. A new family was introduced and honestly had no connection at all to the rest of the book I did enjoy it even with the problem s I had with it
Avarm
An excellent pre Civil War story. The book centers around the main character, Jasmine Wainwright and her arranged marriage to the villain Bradley Houston. To say that Bradley is evil doesn't is even come close. He is ruthless and loveless----I don't even think he loved himself. The marriage was the cement in a business deal with Bradley and Jasmine's father. Jasmine was a very sheltered young girl, who grew up on a southern plantation. She had a slave, Mammy, who she befriended. Once she married Bradley, and moved to Massachusetts with Bradley, Mammy was soon shipped back to Massachusetts. The book had a little too much "Christian fiction" I found this to be a very sad story. The times were not good and Jasmine was in an impossible situation. There was nothing she could do about being married to this horrible, loveless man.
I thought it was a good book it tells a really good story about the cotton mills of the north and the plantations of the south and some the people who worked in both.. It a story of a father giving his daughter into a marriage to further the family fortunes. It was anything but a good match. But through faith in God she survived it. If you believe in faith then you will like this story. I received this book for an honest review.
A Tapestry of Hope (Lights of Lowell Series #1) ebook
Author:
Judith McCoy Miller,Tracie Peterson
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Bethany House Pub; X-Library - Large Print edition (April 1, 2004)
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544 pages
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