God of Her Father’s

Title: God of Her Father’s
Author: Alicia A. Willis

Other Works by Author:
To Birmingham Castle: A Tale of Friendship and Adventure
In Search of Adventure: A Tale of Courage and Devotion
Rising to the Challenge: A Tale of Perseverance and Unconditional Love
From the Dark to the Dawn
Remembering the Alamo

Genres: Western

My Rating: 4

Summary: Ellen is the adoring wife of manly settler John Walden. When an unexpected tragedy claims his life, however, she finds herself brokenhearted and terrifyingly alone. Life on the bleak prairies is harsh, and she is desperate for the means to survive.

When a debonair stranger abruptly appears, Ellen is torn between accepting his offered help or struggling on alone. Tyler Nichols seems an upright young man, but could his charm be a guise? Could he really be Dan Crudwell, outlaw of Kansas City?

God of Her Fathers is a heartwarming novella of faith, courage, and new beginnings, as a young woman seeks to trust her Lord and accept His will for her life

(Summary taken from Goodreads)

My Thoughts: I started reading when I had an hour to wait and I finished it within that hour. The character development was good the characters interesting and the message good. I really enjoyed it.

My Favorite Quotes:
“You’ve been the God of my fathers, Lord. Lead me now – Lead me as You have led those before me.”

Where can you get this book: Amazon


Thank you for your thoughts they are greatly appreciated! Please keep in mind Ephesians 4:29: Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.

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