Dandelions on the Wind
March 25, 2013, 10:50 pm
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Setting off for the unknown is unsettling.  Maren Jensen has done this once already, when she traveled to America. Now, as her eyesight is failing, she takes comfort in the life she has with Widow Brantenberg and Gabi. Change comes when Rutherford “Woolly” Wainright returns home to his mother-in-law and young daughter. Maren and Woolly are drawn together. When an opportunity arises to be like dandelions on the wind and scatter to the West, Maren and Woolly decide to trust in God and make the journey.

I liked parts of this book, but I never was quite sure where the book was located. St. Charles, Missouri? And there just seemed to be something missing. Perhaps the book was too rushed? I just felt like a lot of questions popped up without ever being answered.

I reviewed this book for free for Waterbrook Publishing and was under no obligation to give a favorable review. 


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