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by Janette Oke

eBook Like Gold Refined (Prairie Legacy Series #4) download ISBN: 0764221612
Author: Janette Oke
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (May 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 253
ePub: 1226 kb
Fb2: 1589 kb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: mbr rtf lrf lit
Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Like Gold Refined book. This is the final book in the Prairie Legacy Series. This is about love, acceptance of one's circumstances, and death/dying

Like Gold Refined book. What I discovered is that Janette Oke is as magnificent as people declare her. For a reader who wants p I read a lot of Janette Oke's standalone novels when I was a teenager. They were clean and pure, perfect for the developing mind of a young Christian woman. This is about love, acceptance of one's circumstances, and death/dying. It is also the story of how no matter what the circumstance; God honors the prayers of the fervent and persistent.

I like Janette Oke's books. I have a complaint about this one, not the story line or the characters. It is probably the proof reading. Quite often during the early part of the book, It seemed every time the name of Johnathan, would be interrupted. John Like Gold Refined athan. I don't know why the problem, but after seeing this several times, I skipped past it without to big of a deal, except maybe to go back and read so I could stay on track with the story line. Something similar happened in another book, but I do not remember which one now.

Books related to Like Gold Refined (Prairie Legacy Book It was a great story and ending to the series. In some places it was a little more detailed than I liked but in all a great book.

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Like Gold Refined (A Prairie Legacy, Book 4) (Volume 4)Paperback

Like Gold Refined (A Prairie Legacy, Book 4) (Volume 4)Paperback. Janette Oke, recipient of the 1992 ECPA President's Award for her significant contribution to the CBA industry and to Christian fiction, has also been awarded the coveted Gold Medallion Award for fiction. Oke and her husband live in Alberta, Canada. I mean this whole prairie legacy series was wonderful! I love how it shows Virginias healing and then how she learns to love again. A wonderful CLEAN sweet romance.

Save For Later Save Like Gold Refined (Prairie Legacy Book For Later. Length: 281 pages4 hours. how Like Gold Refined E about- she struggled to come up with something- drawing some pictures for Papa and Slate?" Yeah, enthused Martha, clapping her hands, with a smile replacing the frown. Yeah, echoed Olivia, smacking tiny hands together, her face mirroring the happy grin of her older sister.

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By: Janette Oke. Narrated by: Alexandra O'Karma. Virginia may fear the unknown, but her unshakable convictions will help her embrace it. Like Gold Refined is a timeless testament to the strength of family and the power of faith. Series: Prairie Legacy, Book 4. Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins. Categories: Fiction, Religious & Inspirational. Narrator Alexandra O'Karma gracefully illuminates Janette Oke's wholesome prose and brings her inspiring message to life.

3 List of books by Janette Oke. Love Comes Softly series. A Prairie Legacy series. A Quiet Strength, 1999. Like Gold Refined, 2000. This is a follow-up to the Love Comes Softly series Seasons of the Heart series. Seasons of the Heart series. Canadian West series. Return to the Canadian West series. Song of Acadia series.

Other books in this series. Janette Oke (pronounced "oak") pioneered inspirational fiction and is the leading author in the category today. Janette receives fan mail from all over the world and answers each letter personally. 25% off. The Tender Years. Love Comes Softly, her first novel, has sold over one million copies. She received the 1992 President's Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association for her significant contribution to Christian fiction, the 1999 CBA Life Impact Award and has been awarded the Gold Medallion Award for fiction.

Virginia and Jonathan open their home to a young girl, only to face losing her when her troubled mother reappears. Prairie Legacy book 4.
Comments: (7)
Drelalen
hard over a set of books!
What an amazing author!
I wish I could let her know how much this set has meant to me.
But I know she's busy with her life, as we all are.
Life is constantly changing, but sometimes it's hard to always be happy about that.
And completely giving control over to God is hard, too.
In a perfect world, neither would be so hard.
Looking forward to that perfect world!
God Bless you all!
Bloodray
I like Janette Oke's books. I have a complaint about this one, not the story line or the characters. It is probably the proof reading. Quite often during the early part of the book, It seemed every time the name of Johnathan, would be interrupted ... John Like Gold Refined athan.
I don't know why the problem, but after seeing this several times, I skipped past it without to big of a deal, except maybe to go back and read so I could stay on track with the story line. Something similar happened in another book, but I do not remember which one now.
Qumen
I never read a book that god was strong and help guide them through time. At the end Jenny did have a kind ❤ and Mindy got stay with Virgian and with whole family. I say if trust God he will help you lead to make right decision. I really enjoy reading all Jannette Oke books.
Mr_TrOlOlO
In my opinion, I felt this was the best book in the series. A great but tearful ending. The character, Virginia, is truly a godly mother, wife, daughter, granddaughter and friend. Janette Oke can certainly evoke a variety of emotions in the reader of this series.
What I didn't enjoy in the Kindle version was the many question marks that were printed in the middle of words and the book title inserted in numerous sentences. It momentarily interrupted the flow and enjoyment of the story.
Ginaun
I have enjoyed reading the 4 books in this series. Very good writing, some predictability, but a few surprises along the way to keep things interesting.
Miromice
Janette Oke books are always good to read. I enjoyed it! It is a little more serious than some of her books, but a good book.
Onnell
This book is as good as the other janette oke books. I had a few issues with grammar only. There would be punctuation in the middle of a word or sentence where it didn't belong. Also the title of the book would pop up in the middle of a sentence. It does take away from the reading. This is a good book for all ages, good moral value.
Love the story, so much better than the movie. You just can't put it down.