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  • ISBN 0764283464
  • ISBN13 978-0764283468
  • Language English
  • Author Tamera Alexander
  • Publisher Bethany House Publishers; Slp edition (September 1, 2007)
  • Pages 1024
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  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1100 kb
  • Size Fb2 1920 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 395

This popular three-book series features a different romance in each novel. In the late 1860s, Colorado Territory is a wild and untamed land. Nestled within its mountains and sustained by one of its major creeks, three couples find adventure and love on the frontier. Each person will be called upon to stand on nothing more than faith, risk what is most dear, and turn away from the past in order to follow God's plan for the future. Titles include Rekindled, Revealed and Remembered.

But twenty-five years have passed and his vow remains unfulfilled. His grief finally healed, Jack Brennan is moving on with life

But twenty-five years have passed and his vow remains unfulfilled. His grief finally healed, Jack Brennan is moving on with life. After years of guiding families west, he is now working as a freighter to the mining towns surrounding Willow Springs.

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book by Tamera Alexander. In the late 1860s, Colorado Territory is a wild and untamed land

book by Tamera Alexander. In the late 1860s, Colorado Territory is a wild and untamed land. But nestled within its mountains and sustained by one of its major creeks, three new romances blossom on the rugged frontier. This title includes Rekindled, Revealed, and Remembered.

This second book in the FOUNTAIN CREEK CHRONICLES reveals the power of love and forgiveness. Fountain creek chronicles book three. All of the characters in the story are interesting and complex, even if they play minor roles. A warmhearted inspirational story.

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Title: Remembered, Fountain Creek Chronicles By: Tamera Alexander Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 352 . I'd LOVE to hear your thoughts about Rekindled, Revealed, and Remembered, Book 1-3 in Fountain Creek Chronicles.

Title: Remembered, Fountain Creek Chronicles By: Tamera Alexander Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 352 Vendor: Bethany House Publication Date: 2007. Dimensions: . 8 X . 0 (inches) ISBN: 0764201107 ISBN-13: 9780764201103 Series: Fountain Creek Chronicles Stock No: WW201100. I'm busy working on another series for Bethany House right now which will be out in 2008. continued blessings, Tamera.

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Kathryn Jennings loves her husband, but life's disappointments have weighed her down. When Larson disappears one night, Kathryn doesn't know what to think. She fights to save their ranch, but discovers Larson had a secret that nearly destroys her efforts. Larson Jennings cannot separate his present from his past. His continual struggle toward overcoming his past threatens his marriage and his life. Faced with an unexpected trial, Kathryn and Larson must each choose whether or not they will accept the other, not as they see themselves, but as God sees them. Their future together hinges on whether they can rebuild shattered trust even when circumstances scream that renewed faith in each other is unwarranted.

Tamera Alexander displays innate writing talent with her well-crafted first novel. Alexander skillfully weaves an excellent tale using historical details and well-developed characters that seem like real people, reminding us of the depth of God's forgiveness and love. I can't wait to read her next novel, Revealed, due out in November 2006.
Sadaron above the Gods
I didn't just like this book. I loved "Rekindled" by Tamera Alexander. What a cool story! God's been gentlely calling me to the sorry state of my marriage I've been in for almost 47 years. I haven't been a happy camper, or happily in love, or excited about my mate for a very long time. But I decided to humbly ask God to fix things between my husband and me not very long ago. I just picked this book to read since I enjoy Christian Fiction, and Rekindled sounded like an interesting title written by one of my recent new authors, Tamera Alexander. It was as if God was showing me there can be something rekindled in an old thing. He can make it brand new. But where to begin?
I watched at how our marriage could possibly rehappen. What I learned is that God changed both of the people's spiritual eyes in this love story. I watched all the beliefs and doubts this two went through. I watched death happen, and then new life get blown into the dry bones. I learned how important God's Word became to each individual, and how they prayed the Scriptures.
This story was extremely well written and edited. It had a very good basic foundation and the build up seemed so real--two steps forward and one step back. It is a very clean book and could be read by older teens on it. Part of the story is about a brothel and things if that nature, but it isn't the focus. A necessary part of the big picture though.
First off, I want to say I am reviewing this novel long, long after I read it. So, while I recall the general story, I don't recall details. But I have read a more recent Tamara Alexander and wanted to go back to this one, which I Enjoyed also. I have now read 3 of her novels, all Westerns, and all, as I recall, set in the late 1800's. None of them were profound, all were relatively simplistic, but I have gained a level of respect for her writing simply because she conveys basic scriptural truth and life lessons sweetly and clearly. I hope other reviewers touched the lessons and plotline more clearly. All I remember were the lessons of marital faithfulness, honor and forgiveness, both for self and others that were conveyed. I think I Enjoyed the characters in Rekindled better than the other 2 novels, especially the outward scarring and inward transformation of the main male protagonist as well as the patient wait of the main woman. All in all, most especially after reading recent vapid, brainless Christian romances with little to commend them (by other authors), I am coming to enjoy and respect Mrs. Alexander's novels more. As with a couple other authors, I think they (including Mrs. Alexander) could start to deepen their characters' lives and plotlines on occasion, without compromising their desire to remain simple and sweet. I highly recommend they read W. Dale Kramer' s novel "Levi' s Will" which, while not perfect, certainly is deeper than most and yet has many indelibly sweet moments as well as many sad but realistic moments of human failings.

As noted in the title, all of her works are certainly clean and definitely Christian.
Kathryn had left a life of ease to marry Larson Jennings, because he took her breath away from the very beginning. Yet, the marriage hadn’t turned out as she had hoped. It wasn’t the fact that they struggled on the ranch, because Larson worked hard and did his best, but he always held back a part of himself. A tragedy pulls them apart and changes Larson, so that Kathryn doesn’t even recognize him. Will he be given the second chance he so desperately wants, or has Kathryn’s choices sealed him out of her life forever?

This is one of the best novels I’ve read in a long time, and the fact that there was some things that I really didn’t like attests to the strength of the book, since I still have no qualms in rating it a five. The first chapter was unnecessary, and made the following twelve chapters read like backstory, when I was impatient to get on and see what happened after chapter one. Then chapter thirteen repeats chapter one in more detail. If I had it to do over, I would have skipped chapter one and read from chapter two on. This would have made the novel much stronger. That being said, this is still a magnificent read--one of those stories where the characters stick with you long after the last page closes. Kathryn and Larson put each other through so much, because of the new circumstances in which they find themselves, but they change and grow and become better people through it all. This makes the ending even more satisfying. My hat’s off to Tamara Alexander.