Fayette: A Time to Love (Great Lakes Romances Series, Volume 8)

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  • Paperback
  • 203 pages
  • Fayette: A Time to Love (Great Lakes Romances Series, Volume 8)
  • Donna Winters
  • English
  • 22 June 2019
  • 9780923048891

About the Author: Donna Winters

Donna moved to Michigan in 1971 when she married and left her hometown of Brockport, New York She began penning novels in 1982 while working full time for an electronics firm in Grand Rapids She resigned from her job in 1984 following a contract offer for her first book Since then, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Zondervan Publishing House, Guideposts, and Bigwater Publishing have published her novel

Fayette: A Time to Love (Great Lakes Romances Series, Volume 8)The New Iron Smelting Town Of Fayette, Michigan Held No Promise For Sixteen Year Old Lavinia McAdams The Moment She Arrived, She Took As Instant Disliking To Its Muddy Streets, Acrid Smoke, And Dirty Furnace Men The Sooner She Could Return To Her Hometown In Canada, The Better Then Huck Harrigan Came Along To Challenge Her Thinking And Soften Her Iron Will Could She Really Find Happiness In This Raw, New Town With A Pig Iron Irishman From Across The Bay

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10 thoughts on “Fayette: A Time to Love (Great Lakes Romances Series, Volume 8)

  1. PAMpublish says:

    Living in Michigan, it is always interesting to learn something about the history of the Great Lakes Novel surrounds the beginning of the iron smelting industry in the town of Fayette and a family s adjustment to their move there from Canada The oldest daughter, Lavinia, has difficulty in adjusting to this small town industrial area until her father introduces her to Huck With Lavinia only sixteen and immature initially, their relationship has their ups and down, especially with the lure of her moving back to Canada to live with a wealthy aunt once she is seventeen The novel was mostly about their everyday life, however the author was able to keep even the most tedious details interesting, despite the conclusion ending a bit abruptly Recommended for those who enjoy learning about the history of the Great Lakes and the lives of those who pioneered its development.

  2. Pegg says:

    Undoubtedly the best self published book I ve read so far Donna Winters does a wonderful job of telling the story of young Lavinia while giving us insights into the lives and times of upper Michigan in the 1860s I ve been to the ghost town of Fayette and through her writing Mrs Winters brought the place to life She told about the pig iron furnaces and life in the shanty cabins without interrupting the flow of the story She does an exceptional job of combining accurate history with a sweet romance The character of Lavinia was so accurately portrayed that at times her actions annoyed me, and then I would remember that she was a 16 year old girl Mrs Winters did an excellent job of writing that character for her age, social position, and time in history This is a book suitable for any age with a clear and yet unobtrusive Christian spirit I highly recommend it.

  3. Gail says:

    Excellent story of life in the upper peninisula of MI in the 1800 s Lavinia is the main character, a 16 yr old girl with the desire to go back to Canada and away from the dirty iron town of Fayette Then she meets a young man named Huck and she starts to see the town through different eyes Does she want to stay in Fayette and end up with an iron worker for a husband or go back to Canada