Patience

Patience In the continuing story of mail order brides in the successful Brides of the West series Patience is abducted in a case of mistaken identity But everything changes when she escapes her kidnapper and

  • Title: Patience
  • Author: Lori Copeland
  • ISBN: 9780842319386
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the continuing story of mail order brides in the successful Brides of the West series, Patience is abducted in a case of mistaken identity But everything changes when she escapes her kidnapper and stumbles onto a gold mine Can Patience make her fortune without losing her heart to Sheriff Jay Longer Copeland s readers will delight in this rollicking story of romance aIn the continuing story of mail order brides in the successful Brides of the West series, Patience is abducted in a case of mistaken identity But everything changes when she escapes her kidnapper and stumbles onto a gold mine Can Patience make her fortune without losing her heart to Sheriff Jay Longer Copeland s readers will delight in this rollicking story of romance and danger.

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    1. After reading 5 other books in this series, I was wondering if I needed a little variety. When I started reading Patience, I didn't get into it as fast and thought about putting it down. I'm glad I didn't. I thought the setting of a mine that was supposedly haunted was not up my ally, but it turned out to be the perfect solution to the remaining mail-order-brides worries of money when the Sheriff Jay hits the "mother load" of gold. Patience is kidnapped by mistake and then stranded in a mining t [...]

    2. HmmPatience was another good story by Lori Copeland, but I must say it was my least favorite of the Brides of the West. There were several errors in the scene that connected the beginning with the end of book 5, but maybe I was the only one who will notice :) Also, in Glory it was mentioned that Patience had blond hair, and I was looking forward to a blond heroine only to find that her hair color had changed by book 6w she's a brunette! :)I was very intrigued by the mystery regarding the mine, a [...]

    3. Patience is abducted mistakenly and ends up taking shelter in a mining shaft where she finds a young boy and the old miner dies and now Patience and the boy have the mining claim. They get a lawman to help them get a crew to work the mine and it looks like it is a dead one and so she leaves back to her penniless existence and he doesn't come (even though we all know they love one another and the little boy is very attached to him and can't understand why he doesn't love him) but then he does com [...]

    4. Okay, I really liked this book. It wasn't preachy, yet still had good solid moral. A very sweet love story, and yes after alot of frustration a happy ending, and leads right into the men of the saddle series. THis little bit of info would have been nice before I read all "men of the Saddle" in the middle of this series. LOL! O'well I'm sure I'll read them again and in the right order.

    5. This is book #6 in the Brides of the West series. This books was okay. It wasn't as good as the others because it was moving slower. Patience is kidnapped because she was mistaken for someone else. Her kidnapper was pitiful and didn't get very far. She makes it to a mining hole and finds a young boy with his dead guardian. She immediately starts claiming the child herself. Meanwhile pitiful sheriff is trying to find her and hide out from two thugs that need him to pay his gambling debts. They we [...]

    6. Patience had much more perseverance than I would have in trying to make a living to provide for her loved ones by the mine she stumbled into owning. I enjoyed the softening of Sherriff Jay Longer's heart and faith journey. The addition of the 8 year old boy Wilson was a precious story line as well.

    7. This was my "blind" date with a book pick for February. I'm not much on Western type stories. A sweet story none the less.

    8. This is the sixth and last book in the Brides of the West series but only connected to book 4 ("Glory") and book 5 ("Ruth"). At the end of "Ruth," Patience is mistakenly kidnapped during a family feud. This book picks up the story as Patience escapes her captor and stumbles into a mine's dugout. She finds an 8-year old boy, Wilson, who is sick and alone. Meanwhile, Jay, the Denver City sheriff, is on the trail of the kidnapper and trying to find Patience. He ends up finding her but Patience will [...]

    9. This last book of the series does not complete all the girls' stories. The author notes that in her letter at the end of the book (at least one of these girls will show up in a different series, Men of the Saddle). The book was both exciting and tedious - much like the gold mining running through most of this book. At first, Patience, or P, was kidnapped because she was mistaken for a bride from a feuding family. (view spoiler)[But the horse tipped over on the icy slopes, killing the kidnapper a [...]

    10. Ths is the last book in the Brides of the West series and it was a great, lighthearted read. Each book in this series deal with old western atmospheres and characters that are witty, spunky and hilarious. The author drops little christian teachings here and there, but it is never over the top and too preachy, but rather a great balane with the humor, romance, and drama that these young women face as they try to discover what they are going to do with their lives. The last 3 books of the series, [...]

    11. This was one of the better books in Brides of the West series. Jay owes gambling debts & is being hunted by thugs, Patience is kidnapped, but gets tossed off the horse & finds a dead gold prospector & a live 8 year old boy. Jay & Patience are great characters. Wilson, the young boy, made me smile often. He loves animals & finds several to keep as pets. I never figured out what he fed them all, as he & Patience weren't supposed to have any money! I also never figured out h [...]

    12. Patience was book 6 of this series that I have been reading over the course of a couple months, and I really enjoyed this last story in this series. I admit the story started to drag just a little bit in the middle, and I was getting disenchanted with the story, but the author came through and this turned out to be a lovely story with a good ending. The characters in this story were easy to like and the storyline was very cute!

    13. Each book gets better and better in this series. The plot is wonderful, and the characters are very endearing. Patience and the young boy Wilson are quite lovable. Suspenseful and romantic, it keeps you on your toes, wondering about the mystery of the ghost of Gamey O’Keefe, and the adorable romance between the two main characters. I like it very much, and Jay’s struggle with the death of his wife and children, and his loss of faith in God’s love and care, are very deep and moving.

    14. The last book in this series. I have enjoyed reading about God's faithfulness in the middle of misfortune. These books are quick reads, but leave me with a sense of hope. This one is dealing with similar situations, but the main character has gold fever and believes that God's answer to her problems is finding gold. While it is still a good story, I think money is a trap that Christians can easily fall prey.

    15. Discrepancy with books Glory & Patience:1. Jackson, the wagonmaster lead the wagon train from Missouri to Colorado not Dylan McCall who only went a short distance to Colorado2. When Jackson and Glory were lost in a blizzard, Glory not Ruth shot an elk, gutted it and both Jackson & Glory crawled inside not Ruth & Dylan McCall.

    16. Set in the “wild west”, Patience is trying to find a way to support herself and her friends who have come west where what they were promised falls through. Although she is determined to do whatever it takes she learns to put her future in other’s hands as well as learning the patience she needs to work with others.

    17. In the beginning there were some editing issues that were annoying. For instance, the author inaccurately summarized details from earlier books. However, I felt more connected to the characters in this one than in some of her earlier books in the series. I wanted to see how the story unfolded.

    18. It was an OK book, likeable characters, good story.There just wasn't anything outrightly remarkable about the book.

    19. talk about some challenges!!!good book full of conflicts w/ down to earth resultsally fell in love w/ the "ghost"!

    20. I loved Patience's story. This is a great series and a very wonderful book. A good Clean romance.

    21. This was the 6th and final book of the Bride of the West series. It wasn't as good as some of the other ones but it was still an awesome read. All of the books are well worth the read.

    22. What a wonderful series. You can tell the way book 6 ends we are going to see more. I guess Lily will be our next orphan to become a bride! Can't wait.

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