My dear Beth, Though Uppsala, Iowa, takes its name from a city in my native Sweden, life here is different from what I have known With my parents blessing, I have taken employment in the home of Mr Bridger, a dairy farmer, caring for his ill mother and two young, orphaned nieces It is most unlike me to leave home, even in a temporary manner But the need is great and Hattie Bridger and the children are so endearing As for Dirk Bridger, he is an unhappy man, but also loyal, hardworking, and honorable And, I should add, quite handsome My younger sisters were smitten the instant they saw him Young flirts And with beauty to match I, on the other hand, am considered to have common sense to attend my common looks But, friend Beth, I am afraid my heart betrays my wisdomfor I, too, long to be seen as beautiful Not just by anyone By Dirk Bridger Your friend, Inga Linberg In rural Iowa, life is both the planter and uprooter of dreams As love, long delayed, springs to life in the heart of a young Swedish immigrant, one man struggles with his withered ambitionsand new blessings that could take their place if he would but allow them room Patterns of Love is Book Two in the Coming to America series about women who come to America to start new lives Set in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these novels by best selling author Robin Lee Hatcher craft intense chemistry and conflict between the characters, lit by a glowing faith and humanity that will win your heart Look for other books in the series at your favorite Christian bookstore....
|Title||:||Patterns of Love (Coming to America, Book 2)|
|Publisher||:||Zondervan 1st edition March 1, 2001|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
|File Size||:||980 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Patterns of Love (Coming to America, Book 2) Reviews
PATTERNS OF LOVE is book two in Robin Hatcher's Coming to America series. The 2001 revision of the 1999 RITA Award book portrays the life of Swedish immigrant Inga Linberg and Dirk Bridger, an Iowa dairy farmer, with the added insight of their spiritual journey with God.
Really enjoyable and easy read.
I love Robin Lee Hatcher. She encircles the whole story. Each character pops off the page and i become engaged in the story as if I am there whatching it play out. Patterns of Love brought me great joy and some sadness in the story. But in the end it was as it was meant to be. Good book.
A good historical fiction series. Good for everyone from teen to grandmother. Interesting story of brave young women, all who come to America alone, looking for freedom and someone to share their life.
I loved this series of books. I would highly recommend them.
This book again was delivered to my Kindle in a very fast manner and I thing that anyone who loves adventure and romance would love Ms Hather's books
Robin Lee Hatcher is a great writer - this is an excellent book. One of those books you can't put down. She has great stories.
The book listed here is the 1998 version. It is not the Christian version. The 2001 version reflects more of Robin's current writing. I would highly recommend the 2001 edition.