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On A Train Bound For Nowhere

[PDF] On A Train Bound For Nowhere | by ☆ Susan Leigh Carlton [PDF] On A Train Bound For Nowhere | by ☆ Susan Leigh Carlton - On A Train Bound For Nowhere, On A Train Bound For Nowhere Abandoned on the steps of a New York City Convent when she was two months old she was raised in the orphanage Unadopted and nearing the maximum age for the Foundling Home Mary Catherine is given a

  • Title: On A Train Bound For Nowhere
  • Author: Susan Leigh Carlton
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Kindle Edition

[PDF] On A Train Bound For Nowhere | by ☆ Susan Leigh Carlton, On A Train Bound For Nowhere, Susan Leigh Carlton, On A Train Bound For Nowhere Abandoned on the steps of a New York City Convent when she was two months old she was raised in the orphanage Unadopted and nearing the maximum age for the Foundling Home Mary Catherine is given a choice by the mother superior and decides to take the orphan train looking for a future Trace Jennings is a shy young man who lost his father in the Civil War Raised by h

On A Train Bound For Nowhere

[PDF] On A Train Bound For Nowhere | by ☆ Susan Leigh Carlton [PDF] On A Train Bound For Nowhere | by ☆ Susan Leigh Carlton - On A Train Bound For Nowhere, On A Train Bound For Nowhere Abandoned on the steps of a New York City Convent when she was two months old she was raised in the orphanage Unadopted and nearing the maximum age for the Foundling Home Mary Catherine is given a On A Train Bound For Nowhere

  • [PDF] On A Train Bound For Nowhere | by ☆ Susan Leigh Carlton
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On A Train Bound For Nowhere

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  1. Mary Catherine is an orphan She had been abandoned on the steps of a New York Orphanage at just two months old Mary grew up in the orphanage her whole life and was never adopted there When she was becoming of age and had to leave the Orphanage she was sent on an orphan train called Mercy Train in the hopes of being adopted along the way Unfortunately Mary wasn t adopted along her trip and lived with a fellow Nun while working for room and board at a hospital Mary learns to open up after meeting [...]


  2. How alone Mary Catherine must have felt after turning 18 and still not adopted, with no where to go and knowing nothing about any relatives So she rode on a train going nowhere until she arrived where she was supposed to be Directed to a convent, she lives and works for the Sisters in the hospital where she meets someone kind who will contribute to the rest of her life in an unusual way This is a sweet story on a positive note showing God s love for us all, especially an orphan all alone.


  3. A great book Really enjoyed it and have read almost all of her books Can t wait to read the next one in this series Keep writing great stories.I really enjoyed this book The heroine was a shy young lady with a backbone made of steel and the hero was a bumbling young man who tug on your heart strings because you just keep feeling sorry for all of his mistakes Really great book.


  4. ImpressedI had to stop reading historical romance books for a bit,but I m happy I decided to get back into them with this book I was nice to see it slowly come together but draw out like some I read To see the mane characters to find not only each other s but also find them selfies as well,to meany authors rush a romance in a book and it s like what change, how was it before they realized their feelings but this was a good read and very good planned out one


  5. Life s Good BadMary Catherine used courage hard work to get her through difficult times She let love, kindness forgiveness guide her way enabling others to live respect her Although her life was lonely in the beginning, it was full in the end Great read.


  6. Sensational This is a new author for me She truly is a gifted writer This book was a page turner and I could not put it down Sensational clean read and I love the time period and I ve always loved cowboys


  7. Sweet storyA lovely story of an orphan finding her way in Montana She makes her first ever friends, finds a job and family, education and interpersonal skills pluslpve ce and marriage


  8. Very inspirationalI am leery about trying new authors but I am glad that I stopped and read this book She brought her main character Mary Catherine to life and I felt that I was right beside her through journey I can not wait until the next book.


  9. Good readI enjoyed the book It is a sweet historical western book The author held my attention and brought the characters to life



  10. Good book Good book Truly enjoyed it Held my interest from beginning to the end Will read by this author Enjoyable


  11. Mary Catherine Finds HappinessLoved this book from first chapter to last I felt right at home with the characters Mary is a wonderful person.


  12. God is good This book shows us that nothing is too hard for Godothing isGod can make a way out of no way.


  13. Sweet story of familyA little boring for me No real surprises Very clean living relationships in a small western town Was not about history of ORPHAN trains.


  14. Very Good Kind of long , but good A lot different then most of these books Keep you interest.To many words to write a review So I do not Wright many.


  15. NiceThis was a sweet story, I liked the characters of Mary Catherine and Trace, in glad it had a happily ever after,.


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