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The continued story for the women of the Willamette Valley - Spring 1851 Dolly faces big changes when she decides to return to her tribe when two strangers come to take her back. Her journey to the Wind River Mountains is treacherous and full of turmoil. The women of the valley face many challenges, Yellow Fever, flooding and bug swarms through the late spring. Corinne The continued story for the women of the Willamette Valley - Spring 1851 Dolly faces big changes when she decides to return to her tribe when two strangers come to take her back. Her journey to the Wind River Mountains is treacherous and full of turmoil. The women of the valley face many challenges, Yellow Fever, flooding and bug swarms through the late spring. Corinne struggles when so many neighbors fall ill. When the town is put on quarantine she tries desperately to help the suffering. Violet’s world crumbles when she receives a mysterious letter from a stranger. She has to face her past and confront it. Oregon City is stunned when the sins of the past come forward… to save the life of an innocent child they must all face what happened at the watermill. Christian Historical Romance - Due to some sensitive issues about abuse the age for readers should be 14 and up.


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The continued story for the women of the Willamette Valley - Spring 1851 Dolly faces big changes when she decides to return to her tribe when two strangers come to take her back. Her journey to the Wind River Mountains is treacherous and full of turmoil. The women of the valley face many challenges, Yellow Fever, flooding and bug swarms through the late spring. Corinne The continued story for the women of the Willamette Valley - Spring 1851 Dolly faces big changes when she decides to return to her tribe when two strangers come to take her back. Her journey to the Wind River Mountains is treacherous and full of turmoil. The women of the valley face many challenges, Yellow Fever, flooding and bug swarms through the late spring. Corinne struggles when so many neighbors fall ill. When the town is put on quarantine she tries desperately to help the suffering. Violet’s world crumbles when she receives a mysterious letter from a stranger. She has to face her past and confront it. Oregon City is stunned when the sins of the past come forward… to save the life of an innocent child they must all face what happened at the watermill. Christian Historical Romance - Due to some sensitive issues about abuse the age for readers should be 14 and up.

30 review for The Watermill

  1. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    A mixed blessing To find an author with the amazing talent to write a smoothly flowing and complex blending of many stories is an unending delight. The converse is that midst all this good there are words used that are totally wrong for the context, too many misplaced commas and misused pronouns, factual errors (there is no wild peppermint or spearmint in the Pacific Northwest), missed chances ( picking arnica which has awesome medicinal use and is not then used in the lab). Still, I shall continu A mixed blessing To find an author with the amazing talent to write a smoothly flowing and complex blending of many stories is an unending delight. The converse is that midst all this good there are words used that are totally wrong for the context, too many misplaced commas and misused pronouns, factual errors (there is no wild peppermint or spearmint in the Pacific Northwest), missed chances ( picking arnica which has awesome medicinal use and is not then used in the lab). Still, I shall continue to read because of my love of the characters portrayed.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Earlene Click

    Ted and Angie This is book #4 in the Wildflowers series and was written by Leah Banicki. This fourth tale is filled with love and sorrow, excitement and adventure. Violets after is finally exposed for abusing his now grown daughter until she ran away from their home at fifteen. He is judged harshly by the entire town and is given the most harsh punishment available to them. Ted and Angie are finally married and the Sparks family finally arrived at their new home. You will greatly enjoy this book Ted and Angie This is book #4 in the Wildflowers series and was written by Leah Banicki. This fourth tale is filled with love and sorrow, excitement and adventure. Violets after is finally exposed for abusing his now grown daughter until she ran away from their home at fifteen. He is judged harshly by the entire town and is given the most harsh punishment available to them. Ted and Angie are finally married and the Sparks family finally arrived at their new home. You will greatly enjoy this book and will look forward to the next episode.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Betty Burdette

    This iIs The Most Outstanding Christian Fiction I Have Ever Read Astounding Story—Which I Never Wanted To End, it left my heart opened to want Christ as deeply as everyone in Oregon City. I would love every book I read to leave me eager to read the next in the series as this one. Characters in this book are so real, I admired and loved them so much. Thank you Miss Linda. Sincerely, Betty Burdette

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amy Lee

    Great characters, Leah puts you right there in the story. This series has wonderful characters and the descriptions of the areas are spot-on. You will laugh out loud and sniffle with a tissue at the stories and situations which are so real. Life was very hard for those willing to make the sacrifice to go west. The lack of medical care and the healing use of plants and herbs is interesting to me.

  5. 5 out of 5

    D'anah

    Wow This book covers some harsh aspects of life, where males do not treat females as God intended. It was really well done, how the abuse was dealt with in a Scriptural way. It was really encouraging, how the whole community addressed the wrong in a balanced and just way. (If only that were true in the 'real' world!!). A really good book in the continuing epic saga. Looking forward to the rest. Wow This book covers some harsh aspects of life, where males do not treat females as God intended. It was really well done, how the abuse was dealt with in a Scriptural way. It was really encouraging, how the whole community addressed the wrong in a balanced and just way. (If only that were true in the 'real' world!!). A really good book in the continuing epic saga. Looking forward to the rest.

  6. 4 out of 5

    barbara braly

    I love Leah Banicki's writing. The books are full of history, the characters come alive and the story keeps you reading. I feel that her books are inspirational and she uses her gift as a ministry to reach the reader for Christ and to inspire to live a more Godly life. I highly recommend these books. I love Leah Banicki's writing. The books are full of history, the characters come alive and the story keeps you reading. I feel that her books are inspirational and she uses her gift as a ministry to reach the reader for Christ and to inspire to live a more Godly life. I highly recommend these books.

  7. 5 out of 5

    BookishMunchkin

    Another wonderful book in the Wildflowers series! This was a very heavy book though, major trigger warnings for abuse! I rooted for Violet the whole book! And I was so happy Dolly came back safe and sound. I’m excited to read the next book!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carol Duckett French

    Great Story Line Although there are many "featured characters," each one has special and unique characteristics that blend into the story beautifully. Benicia weaves them in and out of the story with great skill. Great Story Line Although there are many "featured characters," each one has special and unique characteristics that blend into the story beautifully. Benicia weaves them in and out of the story with great skill.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Teresa B. Noe

    A Series to Love I want to say foremost that I love reading this series. I realize there are grammatical errors, but the characters and their stories push through them. I look forward to reading the next book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    gary c lehn

    Great Series...... I've enjoyed reading this story, The Watermill, a story in the series, Wildflowers. The story is well told and written by the author, you will enjoy reading of the adventures of the characters. Great Series...... I've enjoyed reading this story, The Watermill, a story in the series, Wildflowers. The story is well told and written by the author, you will enjoy reading of the adventures of the characters.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Norma

    Wonderful Christian historical novel! Not just another sippy romance...real characters with real and relevant problems that are worked thru with God's help. Beautifully done! Wonderful Christian historical novel! Not just another sippy romance...real characters with real and relevant problems that are worked thru with God's help. Beautifully done!

  12. 4 out of 5

    david cornelius

    Good Have been enjoying the stories of the love for family and friends is stronger. Looking forward to the next book

  13. 4 out of 5

    Digitally Stacked

    I love these books! I literally can't stop reading them. I love these books! I literally can't stop reading them.

  14. 4 out of 5

    KAREN Mraz

    This is a wonderful series. My only complaint is the number of grammatical and spelling errors. I love the story line and characters.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Carol Wotring

    Continuing the stories of the people who moved West and their trials and tribulations. Very well done, I loved watching the characters grow.Would recommend this book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Kay

    Great story many clerical errors.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Connie S. Koog

    Finding Home! This was a story of very strong women. I was impressed with the quality of your work and I enjoyed it very much. Your writing is a book turner.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jewell Burcham

    Great I loved this series looking forward for the next book Good western Christian books nice love story each book about a different person

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lila

    May 1851

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joyce

    This was my favorite book in this series. It seemed that the development of the characters was more realistic and less stereotypical of so many Christian fiction novels with main female characters. I think I've become 'de-sensitized' to the grammatical errors---they didn't seem to be as glaring in this novel. This 4th novel in the series once again portrays young women who are pursuing passions in life beyond housekeeping and childrearing which was unusual for that period of history. However, pe This was my favorite book in this series. It seemed that the development of the characters was more realistic and less stereotypical of so many Christian fiction novels with main female characters. I think I've become 'de-sensitized' to the grammatical errors---they didn't seem to be as glaring in this novel. This 4th novel in the series once again portrays young women who are pursuing passions in life beyond housekeeping and childrearing which was unusual for that period of history. However, perhaps women on the frontier in Oregon were not typical women of the time at all. This book is set in the 1850's in the Williamette Valley of Oregon. All of the characters I had come to admire so much in the previous novels in the series are back but this novel focuses more on Dolly, the young Native-American girl who had come to Oregon with Corinne to learn ways to use plants and herbs to help the Shoshone tribe that had raised her. At the beginning of the novel, 2 young Native American men have arrived to take her back to the Wind River Mountains. The other character with a primary focus is Vivien Griffin, the young woman whose husband Eddie had left her behind while he went hunting for gold in California. In this novel, the dark secrets of her past are exposed and dealt with. In this novel, the people of Oregon City are also hard hit by yellow fever and tragedies as a result of it. Even though there are many grammatical errors, the characters of this novel are complex and really drew me in. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and am glad to see that another book or the series is in process. Banicki's novels in this series fascinating portrayals of women with very different passions and lives on the Oregon frontier

  21. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Bonham

  22. 4 out of 5

    Eunice Ellis

  23. 5 out of 5

    Angel

  24. 4 out of 5

    Priscilla Torella

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer E.

  26. 5 out of 5

    barbara j alexander

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mary J. Pierce

  28. 5 out of 5

    Robert L Gagne

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mary Defossey

  30. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

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