About the Book
Author: Caryl McAdoo
Genre: Christian Historical Romance
Release date: May 3, 2021
The Lord works in mysterious ways.
Fleeing heartache, shame, and betrayal, Ruth finds all her plans are thwarted until the untimely death of a goat that gives her hope! Hired as a wet-nurse for Logan’s orphaned son, she rejects his marriage-of-convenience proposal, hoping to find true love at the trail’s end. Going West (in what was later called the Great Migration of 1842) satisfies the widower’s wanderlust, and even though she turns him down, he determines to prove his love is true. Come along on this infamous journey of love and adventure.
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About the Author
Award-winning author Caryl McAdoo prays her story brings God glory, and her best-selling stories—fifty-nine published—delight Christian readers around the world. The prolific writer also enjoys singing the new songs the Lord gives her; you may listen at YouTube. Sharing four children and twenty-one grandsugars (three greats), Caryl and Ron (her high-school-sweetheart-husband of over fifty years) live in the woods south of Clarksville, seat of Red River County in far Northeast Texas. The McAdoos wait expectantly for God to open the next door.
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I’ve loved the premise of RUTH for seven years now, that’s when the beginning of this story was first written, way before its time! Its title was Evelyn’s Redemption back then, but I’ve since had a favorite character named Evelyn in COVERING LOVE and MIGHTY TO SAVE (books eight and nine in the Texas Romance Family Saga series), so my heroine needed a new name.
Ruth was my maternal grandmother’s name and Mama’s middle name (Naomi Ruth), and though Ron doesn’t like me to name characters after family members, he let me have my way . . . as my heroes usually let my heroines. 😊 So, she became Ruth.
I pulled up the ten thousand words already written back in 2014, caught up-to-date to refresh the story in my mind, then took off writing! In a month and a day, I finished this story that I just love! Never knowing where it’s going—or exactly how it will end when I start—I so enjoy the tale as I write it just as you do when you read it! God gives me the most awesome stories I’m so thankful for!
My hero’s thirteen-year-old daughter Hannah is one of my favorites in this story. Her great character created such an example of taking up an offense that is hard to put down. I think we’ve all been there, and to me, it’s especially hard to forgive and get over it when the offense is taken up on behalf of someone we love. The loved one like gets extra grace to forgive, but not so for the offended-on-their-behalf!
I love that God helps me weave scriptural lessons into my stories, lessons that I’ve learned in walking with Him for more than sixty years—and I’ve learned a lot! Besides praying my stories give Him glory, I also pray they help those who read them draw closer to Him—or learn ways to live more purely for Him.
We serve a mighty God indeed, and it’s my honor to help advance His Kingdom here on earth through writing these stories! Also, I enjoy singing the new songs He gives me! Check out ‘Caryl McAdoo’ on YouTube! I have a few songs up there and need to video more.
So, have a blessed day, y’all, and may God’s joy and peace encompass you everywhere you go!
Ruth is a Christian Historical Romance written by Caryl McAdoo. This is book 8 in the Prairie Rose Collection. The Prairie Rose Collection is written by a variety of authors. I have read a few other books in the series, and have enjoyed them very much.
Caryl McAdoo is one of my favorite Christian Authors. I discovered her through a Facebook party. She is very reader friendly, and writes such amazing stories. Caryl also intertwines her series with familiar characters, and I love that about her. In Ruth, we are transported to a time where wagon trains were a way of life. We see an unwed mother, a widowed father and two people who can benefit from helping each other. However, can they love and grow a relationship? Ruth knows that Logan needs her help to feed his infant. I love that she was willing to help. She knows she wants to go West, and this would help her attain that goal. Logan is a man of faith - and I love how he spoke to Ruth about his faith.
I love how much research that the author has put into this book - I learned a lot through her story. The author always tries to make it as real feeling as possible.
This book contains well written characters, a fun story line, and a heartwarming romance.
I received a copy of this book through the Celebrate Lit blogging program, all thoughts are my own .
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I am looking forward to meeting all the characters in Ruth, especially Hannah, and reading about their adventures on the wagon train.ReplyDelete