Spirit of the Valley

Spirit of the Valley There are authors who touch the heart but this one grabs hold of your soul Romance At Heart Reviews Down in the Valley is a keeper Catherine Lanigan author of Romancing the StoneIn Virginia s

  • Title: Spirit of the Valley
  • Author: Jane Shoup
  • ISBN: 9781420137293
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • There are authors who touch the heart, but this one grabs hold of your soul Romance At Heart Reviews Down in the Valley is a keeper Catherine Lanigan, author of Romancing the StoneIn Virginia, 1883, some things you can run from some you have to fight Pauline Ray is on the run, and she won t get far With thirty four dollars, two small children to feed, the col There are authors who touch the heart, but this one grabs hold of your soul Romance At Heart Reviews Down in the Valley is a keeper Catherine Lanigan, author of Romancing the StoneIn Virginia, 1883, some things you can run from some you have to fight Pauline Ray is on the run, and she won t get far With thirty four dollars, two small children to feed, the cold coming in fast, she has no idea how she ll hide her tracks from her monster of a husband, let alone support her family But Pauline is done with convention, and with nothing from her old life worth preserving, not even her name, she s free to become a whole new person All she has to do is singlehandedly turn a run down homestead into the haven she and her children need, in a town full of wagging tongues and watchful eyes But one man is watching her with than judgment Pauline would never have considered his scandalous proposal in her days as an obedient, suffering wife and daughter But Lizzie might dare to accept him his love, his work, and his secrets and wrest her story toward a happily ever after all her own.

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    About "Jane Shoup"

    1. Jane Shoup

      Writer, mother, grandmother, daughter, etc I m the matriarch of my family so I ll never just wear one hat I long for the day the description can begin with the words best selling author That s the dream I ve made the decision to resign my day job to pursue it Only a few weeks until freedom For the last twenty something years, Greensboro, NC has been my home While I m an Indiana girl at heart, I don t think I ll ever live outside NC again I m so lucky and blessed to have had my daughters They have filled and shaped my life, as do my granddaughters I love the process of weaving a story, of drawing a reader in I m also drawn in as I write transported to a different place and time That participation is why both reading and writing is such a wonderful experience, one that cannot be adequately conveyed to a non reader I m grateful to readers for sharing my stories and characters.Down In The Valley was the first of the Valley books to be released by Zebra Kensington It s one of my two favorites of all the books I ve written, and it has my all time favorite man in it Tommy Medlin I m so grateful for the quote from Catherine Lanigan, author of Romancing the Stone and Jewel of the Nile Heartthrob has a new definition and it is defined by Jane Shoup in Down in the Valley My heart is still in my throat from the tension of reading this page turner The heart stoppingly endearing, shy hero, Tommy, who evokes memories of a young John Wayne, is unforgettable My criteria of a good book is if it has enriched my life Down in the Valley is a keeper The second in the series, Spirit of the Valley, quickly followed and third is on its way Green Valley, VA is a great place to visit I hope you ll check it out.Zan, Birth of a Legend, was just released It s the authentic re imagined story of the man who would become Tarzan in legend Set in 1908, it s a great story of adventure and a love that could not be denied many, many good things on the way I hope you ll join me on the adventure.

    673 thoughts on “Spirit of the Valley”

    1. This is the second book in the Green Valley series by MS Shoup. The book tells the story of one woman's determination to find a better place for her children. Pauline Ray has had enough of her abusive husband so she escapes to Virginia to be someone else. Pauline knows that being "Lizzy" will be an undertaking with only $34.00 to her name. Her new found acquaintance in town explains why she should be the unknown daughter of a deceased man who has a farm. You see, Lizzy in doing this has to come [...]


    2. El drama mató al romance.No he sido capaz de disfrutar de este libro, lo he encontrado excesivamente duro y cruel para ser un romance. La escena con la que abre ya me dejó un poco desmotivada (odio las escenas de violaciones) pero intenté seguir adelante por si la historia se ponía mejor…y no fue así.Encontré el romance demasiado apresurado y poco creíble…no creo que esa situación pudiese darse realmente en esa época y sobre todo, que la protagonista, con todo su pasado, la hubiese [...]


    3. When I read the teaser for the next book in the “Valley” series by Jane Shoup, I knew I had to read it. I had read the first book in the series and was so intrigued by Ms. Shoup’s writing that I definitely wanted to read each book in the series. So, I finished “Spirit of the Valley” in record time because it was so fast-paced and interesting. Ms. Shoup makes sure that one does not get bored reading her novels. The female characters are strong individuals who have been dealt a hard hand [...]


    4. How long and to what lengths does atonement take place?Set in the mining state of Virginia in the 1800's, Paulina Ray is running away from an abusive husband with her two children. Was it good luck or divine intervention that she ended up at the doorstep of two sisters that gave her an opportunity for a fresh start with a new identity as Lizzie, the long lost daughter of Mr. Greenway who passed away and left everything to his "daughter". With the encouragement of her new friends and her new iden [...]


    5. Spirit of the Valley (Green Valley Series #2) by Jane Shoup was a captivating read. It tells the story of Pauline Ray and her children who arrive in Green Valley after fleeing for their lives. Once there, Pauline begins to rebuild her life. She is befriended by some of the Green Valley folk, and she has a second chance at love. She wonders if it can work out this time. She is transformed from a timid soul to a vibrant woman.Some of the characters from Down in the Valley, the first book in this S [...]


    6. This novel was well written with a plot that was a little predictable; however, the characters were very likable. The only question I would have of the author is how she could have imagined a person in the 1800's going against the social mores so readily as Lizzie appears to do when getting involved with Jeremy. This does not seem plausible for the era when communities were so close knit.Having said that, I still enjoyed the development of the story and the truly lovely characters of the Blue si [...]


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