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From Best-Selling, Award Winning Author Kathleen Ball SWEET CHRISTIAN ROMANCE of Adventure, Kidnapping, Murder, A Disabled Bride, A Marriage of Convenience, All Leading to The Greatest Loves of Their Lives!! We've Only Just Begun When Vows Are Said Out Of Necessity Can Love Really Grow? Susan Farr loses her parents and her home in one swoop. She takes her horse and rides t From Best-Selling, Award Winning Author Kathleen Ball SWEET CHRISTIAN ROMANCE of Adventure, Kidnapping, Murder, A Disabled Bride, A Marriage of Convenience, All Leading to The Greatest Loves of Their Lives!! We've Only Just Begun When Vows Are Said Out Of Necessity Can Love Really Grow? Susan Farr loses her parents and her home in one swoop. She takes her horse and rides to Independence Missouri to join a wagon train and start a new life. Mike Todd, the Wagon Master doesn’t allow single women to have their own wagons. It causes fights and distractions. Susan solves her problem by marrying Clancy Willis in name only. Unfortunately Clancy’s true nature doesn’t take long to show and Susan finds herself married to a drunkard. Along the trail, once again, Susan is forced to marry another man in name only and this time it is Mike Todd. As soon as they make it to Oregon they plan to have the marriage annulled but their hearts become hopelessly entangled. Mike Todd has two brothers to raise. They are guides on the wagon train and he decided long ago he’d raise them and forget about having a wife and child of his own. Both vow to sacrifice their hearts’ desire to give the other happiness. Will they come to realize their lives and love have only just begun? A Lifetime to Share Eli Todd is a tall, handsome captain of a wagon train bound for Oregon. Life has taught him if he allows people into his heart, he ends up losing them. Amelia Cruthers is a pretty, young woman with a limp. She's a hard worker who starts out the trip to Oregon with her parents, until they try to leave her behind. In shock, she watches them cross a river by ferry without her. Thankfully, the kind, strong Eli Todd takes her with him. Admiring her spunk and work ethic, he gives her a job cooking for the crew. After a fall from his horse, Amelia tends him and he realizes she is sweetness on earth. Her parents demand he marry Amelia, since she spent time alone with him, nursing him. Eli figures why not? He won't be home most of the year anyway, and Amelia could have a safe place to live on his ranch. What could possibly go wrong? Amelia never thought to be married. She'd been told her hip was too hideous for a man to look upon and that she couldn't have children. The distance they try to place between them doesn't work, leaving them both hurt with longings that could never be fulfilled. But there are secrets, and when they realize they'd been lied to, do they take the leap at a lifetime to share? A Love Worth Searching For Jed Todd has been looking for Lily since the day she was abducted along the Oregon Trail. This time he is the wagon master. Word comes that his trapper friends have found and bought Lily for him. He rides fast and fierce to get to her and is relieved to find her in one piece. The way he felt about her before she'd been stolen wasn't a figment of his imagination. From the moment he saw her again, he knew his love was real. Lily isn't well received by the others on the wagon train and realizes that having a relationship with Jed would only hinder him in life. He'd never be accepted in polite society. Once in Oregon, she plans to leave for Washington territory to live alone. Attempts on her life and the life of a young girl make Lily realize that she and Jed share a love worth searching for. So Many Roads to Choose It’s finally time for Smitty to settle down after all of his trips on the Oregon Trail. He has Lynn and a houseful of orphans but he also had a wife, he’s always been faithful to. Brenda lied and said she was with child, Smitty’s child over ten years ago. It’s time to dissolve their marriage.


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From Best-Selling, Award Winning Author Kathleen Ball SWEET CHRISTIAN ROMANCE of Adventure, Kidnapping, Murder, A Disabled Bride, A Marriage of Convenience, All Leading to The Greatest Loves of Their Lives!! We've Only Just Begun When Vows Are Said Out Of Necessity Can Love Really Grow? Susan Farr loses her parents and her home in one swoop. She takes her horse and rides t From Best-Selling, Award Winning Author Kathleen Ball SWEET CHRISTIAN ROMANCE of Adventure, Kidnapping, Murder, A Disabled Bride, A Marriage of Convenience, All Leading to The Greatest Loves of Their Lives!! We've Only Just Begun When Vows Are Said Out Of Necessity Can Love Really Grow? Susan Farr loses her parents and her home in one swoop. She takes her horse and rides to Independence Missouri to join a wagon train and start a new life. Mike Todd, the Wagon Master doesn’t allow single women to have their own wagons. It causes fights and distractions. Susan solves her problem by marrying Clancy Willis in name only. Unfortunately Clancy’s true nature doesn’t take long to show and Susan finds herself married to a drunkard. Along the trail, once again, Susan is forced to marry another man in name only and this time it is Mike Todd. As soon as they make it to Oregon they plan to have the marriage annulled but their hearts become hopelessly entangled. Mike Todd has two brothers to raise. They are guides on the wagon train and he decided long ago he’d raise them and forget about having a wife and child of his own. Both vow to sacrifice their hearts’ desire to give the other happiness. Will they come to realize their lives and love have only just begun? A Lifetime to Share Eli Todd is a tall, handsome captain of a wagon train bound for Oregon. Life has taught him if he allows people into his heart, he ends up losing them. Amelia Cruthers is a pretty, young woman with a limp. She's a hard worker who starts out the trip to Oregon with her parents, until they try to leave her behind. In shock, she watches them cross a river by ferry without her. Thankfully, the kind, strong Eli Todd takes her with him. Admiring her spunk and work ethic, he gives her a job cooking for the crew. After a fall from his horse, Amelia tends him and he realizes she is sweetness on earth. Her parents demand he marry Amelia, since she spent time alone with him, nursing him. Eli figures why not? He won't be home most of the year anyway, and Amelia could have a safe place to live on his ranch. What could possibly go wrong? Amelia never thought to be married. She'd been told her hip was too hideous for a man to look upon and that she couldn't have children. The distance they try to place between them doesn't work, leaving them both hurt with longings that could never be fulfilled. But there are secrets, and when they realize they'd been lied to, do they take the leap at a lifetime to share? A Love Worth Searching For Jed Todd has been looking for Lily since the day she was abducted along the Oregon Trail. This time he is the wagon master. Word comes that his trapper friends have found and bought Lily for him. He rides fast and fierce to get to her and is relieved to find her in one piece. The way he felt about her before she'd been stolen wasn't a figment of his imagination. From the moment he saw her again, he knew his love was real. Lily isn't well received by the others on the wagon train and realizes that having a relationship with Jed would only hinder him in life. He'd never be accepted in polite society. Once in Oregon, she plans to leave for Washington territory to live alone. Attempts on her life and the life of a young girl make Lily realize that she and Jed share a love worth searching for. So Many Roads to Choose It’s finally time for Smitty to settle down after all of his trips on the Oregon Trail. He has Lynn and a houseful of orphans but he also had a wife, he’s always been faithful to. Brenda lied and said she was with child, Smitty’s child over ten years ago. It’s time to dissolve their marriage.

30 review for Oregon Trail Dreamin' Series: 4 Book Boxed Set

  1. 5 out of 5

    Janet Denise Ross

    DUST, RIVERS,DEATHS, & SURVIVING FOR MILES.. 4 STARS for this Box Set of 4 Books based on 3 brothers and the guy who helped raise the 2 youngest and helped the eldest to turn into a good dependable man. These men ran the wagon train that crossed the Oregon Trail, in each book each brother is brought to his final manhood as in command as the Wagons Master always accompanied by Smitty the one who was there when their parents died. Highlighted in each book is when from oldest to youngest brother rod DUST, RIVERS,DEATHS, & SURVIVING FOR MILES.. 4 STARS for this Box Set of 4 Books based on 3 brothers and the guy who helped raise the 2 youngest and helped the eldest to turn into a good dependable man. These men ran the wagon train that crossed the Oregon Trail, in each book each brother is brought to his final manhood as in command as the Wagons Master always accompanied by Smitty the one who was there when their parents died. Highlighted in each book is when from oldest to youngest brother rode as the person who was to make the hard decisions for a Wagon train and his unique story of love with the individual woman he fell in love with. Each time the brother in question were taken off guard falling for his love, the unusual gal around. Then add all of the entertaining action of a Oregon Wagon Train detailed in each book a different aspects of traveling by wagon train, both the hardships and dangers. This is a box set that will keep you turning the pages and not wanting to break from reading. Going on the last story about Smitty is a bit different than the younger men, but at 32 he was already an ole timer on the Oregon Trail; his wonderful woman was a widow whose husband died early on the trip and they were adopting orphans and she adopts other orphaned children as the trip continued. Then she moved to the combined ranch of the boys & Smitty's while he went on his last Wagon Train Trip; then his special circumstances have to be dealt with which includes for the reader a pretty detailed happening of tuberculosis cases in that time and how people treated those inflicted & those caring for them. It is a sobering reminder that any new disease the public doesn't really understand puts those exposed outside any normal society, and can always be a new disease to hit without notice and we could be like them. Also, we get an example of how some people only wanted widowed women with children as new wives to use them and the children as slaves almost. Finally we get a look at scarlet fever at the times, the nightmare the gossip of "the good christian women" in all the books that causes harm each time and pretty much life was hard so hang on to the good life. One last thing near the ends after a very emotional Christmas that you will smile, be sad but be happy all at the same time. WARNING: 15 & Up SEXUAL CONTENT: Light Petting, Kissing

  2. 5 out of 5

    Deborah Layne

    When does being white trump being human? Jesus died for all people and all the world, not simply white people or the white world. While you may be seeking to highlight yesterday's ignorance, you are fomenting today's in a subliminal way. That's why covid-19 and racism are rampant and underestimated and misunderstood. If our foundational philosophy is wrong our observations and analysis are skewed. The first obligation of every believer is to search his heart and these books show the superficialit When does being white trump being human? Jesus died for all people and all the world, not simply white people or the white world. While you may be seeking to highlight yesterday's ignorance, you are fomenting today's in a subliminal way. That's why covid-19 and racism are rampant and underestimated and misunderstood. If our foundational philosophy is wrong our observations and analysis are skewed. The first obligation of every believer is to search his heart and these books show the superficiality of our thought processes that allow us to be so undermined. If a genuine analysis of the characters thoughts about themselves and God is undertaken we would see the fundamental error of religion: going to church or to service cannot redeem you. Only the blood of Jesus can. And with redemption comes enlightenment and the need to kill the flesh (the world self). Anytime you write and highlight a problem unless you enunciated the solution. Too many Christian fiction is such and it poisons the reader's psyche. I don't dislike the book or the characters. I read book 2 started book 3. If white people don't analyse their rcollective psychology as the churches in Revelations 2&3were asked to do. If they continue to believe as they do a meat packing plant would always be more valuable than one soul.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Margie Vickers

    Each book has it's own hero and heroine but since the hero's are brothers the storylines intermingled. Great storyline and characters. Book is set along the Oregon trail and tells of some of the trials and tribulations that people faced. 3 sexy heroes and 3 beautiful heroine will they find their happily ever after read and find out. I highly recommend this book to everyone who reads western genre. Each book has it's own hero and heroine but since the hero's are brothers the storylines intermingled. Great storyline and characters. Book is set along the Oregon trail and tells of some of the trials and tribulations that people faced. 3 sexy heroes and 3 beautiful heroine will they find their happily ever after read and find out. I highly recommend this book to everyone who reads western genre.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Lindstrom

    Best series ever ! Plan on non stop reading from book one ! It’s like one big family, suspense, outdoor living, romance with each brother and or friend ! Plus death . You just can’t stop reading this series ! The author is great and talented ! I recommend this series very much ! I just finished ! I feel so entertained! Sad to see it’s over Rev. Darlene Lindstrom

  5. 4 out of 5

    Cherye Elliott

    Oregon Trail Great series to start in this genre. Enjoyed the stories. But Smitty's age and timeline doesn't add up. If Mike started being a wagon master at 17 and did it for 10 years, met Susan and they have a six year old...he would be older than Smitty yet Smitty raised his best friend's kids? It was stated Smitty is 32. Oregon Trail Great series to start in this genre. Enjoyed the stories. But Smitty's age and timeline doesn't add up. If Mike started being a wagon master at 17 and did it for 10 years, met Susan and they have a six year old...he would be older than Smitty yet Smitty raised his best friend's kids? It was stated Smitty is 32.

  6. 4 out of 5

    tammy horsley

    Great read Interesting, kept your attention. Being a Christian I appreciated the lack of bad /foul language. The love between characters was written well without heavy sex scenes.

  7. 5 out of 5

    kelly kulas

    Could not put down This story was amazing. I love how the story just picks up from the next. Love that the couple were a little older. Any books with orphans is a great read Very days to read book #4 but excited to read about the next generation

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    Keegan trail series book 4 Well you have got me hooked, as you planned. All 4books have got me enevious. Just love these books. At the end of the book it said continue reading but nothing showed. Was a bit upset.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nethanja

    This is such a fun series. I’ve read all books when they got released last year. When you start the first book in this series you have to read the next. I really recommend it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Barbara A. Faw

    Enjoyed all of these western romance novels. Each had tear jerker moments. Well written.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Peggy-A

    The best! This is one of the best western series I've read. Kudos to Ms. Ball for her talent and work to make this so enjoyable. The best! This is one of the best western series I've read. Kudos to Ms. Ball for her talent and work to make this so enjoyable.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Angie Little

    Great author Loved this set like all her others. Now to the next series written as a spin-off of this one. Can’t wait.

  13. 4 out of 5

    mary gainey

    I am lovingly obsessed with this writer. I love the Christian and clean stories

  14. 4 out of 5

    Janet Langley

    They were four great stories. Loved them all.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Awesome series I loved each and every book. It was hard to stop and eat. I Just wanted to read more of this series. I highly recommend this book, author and series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tammy Witham

    Really enjoyed reading about the trials and triumphs of the people in this series. Definitely recommend it!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Patti Scarborough

    Awesome fictional stories based on the history of the Oregon trail. Very intriguing stories. Warning, once you start reading, you can't put it down! Awesome fictional stories based on the history of the Oregon trail. Very intriguing stories. Warning, once you start reading, you can't put it down!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Joan Countryman

    Oregon Trail Dreaming Series: 4 Book Boxed Set I loved all four books but the last one was special I wouldn't change a thing about any of the books . I recommend Teens and up . Oregon Trail Dreaming Series: 4 Book Boxed Set I loved all four books but the last one was special I wouldn't change a thing about any of the books . I recommend Teens and up .

  19. 4 out of 5

    Peni

    Please see individual stories for review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    jolee r fillback

    Thoroughly enjoyed this series! This series was very exciting and wonderful to read! It was good to read about the adventures along and on the journey westward!!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Ball

  22. 5 out of 5

    tommy george

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Corley

  24. 4 out of 5

    Louise Godsey

  25. 4 out of 5

    kevin king

  26. 5 out of 5

    ALFRED

  27. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Lewallen

  28. 4 out of 5

    Peggy McKinstry

  29. 4 out of 5

    Diana Pelton

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tom Sunter

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