Winter's Promise by Janene Wolsey Baadsgaard
A Guest Review by Glenda Bonner
The Bottom Line: A historical romance about Emily Colton and Daniel Webster Jones inspired by the memoirs of the author`s great-great-grandfather.  Written as a tribute to the great faith and courage of the Mormon pioneers.
URL: Spring Creek
Pros:   A very good love story
 A vivid reminder of the trials of the pioneer members of the church
Cons:  Other than a few editing errors there were none.
Description: Written by Janene Wolsey Baadsgaard
 The book begins with the introduction of Daniel Webster Jones' family.
 Then he meets Emily Colton
 Daniel's father sold a piece of property to the Colton's, despite the fact that his brother-in-law, a protestant minister warned him against it.
 Daniel and Emily meet when they are about 12 years old and their friendship becomes very close.
 They vow to always stay close.
 When the Colton`s are burned out of their home (Daniel believes that they die in the fire), they join in the migration from Missouri to Illinois.
 The story continues with the trials of the Colton`s and the hardships of Daniel after his father and mother both die.
 Their separate journeys take both to the Salt Lake Valley where Daniel joins the church and later he and Emily meet again
Review:  A great romance and a vivid reminder of the heartache and hardships endured by the early members of the church.  I didn't want to put it down.
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