Fields of Gold Beneath Prairie Skies (Canadian Historical Brides Book 6)



French Canadian Soldier, Napoleon, Proposes To Lea During WWI, Promising Golden Fields Of Wheat As Far As The Eye Can See After The Armistice, He Sends Money For Her Passage, And She Journeys Far From Her Family And The Conveniences Of A Modern Country To Join Him On A Homestead In Saskatchewan There, She Works Hard To Build Their Dream Of A Prospering Farm, Clearing Fields Alongside Her Husband Through Several Pregnancies And Even After Suffering A Terrible Loss When The Stock Market Crashes In 29, The Prairies Are Stricken By A Long And Abysmal Drought Thrown Into Poverty, She Struggles To Survive In A World Where Work Is Scarce, Death Is Abundant, And Hope Dwindles Will She And Her Family Survive The Great DepressionFields of Gold Beneath Prairie Skies (Canadian Historical Brides Book 6)

Suzanne grew up in Chilliwack, B.C A musical child, she studied music composition at the U of Victoria and UC San Diego After a brief career as a composer and pianist, she drifted into music education where she learned she could weave a good story that kept kids pretty entertained The Shadow of the Unicorn is a three part series about endangered species and the recklessness of humans.

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  • 376 pages
  • Fields of Gold Beneath Prairie Skies (Canadian Historical Brides Book 6)
  • Suzanne de Montigny
  • 09 November 2017

10 thoughts on “Fields of Gold Beneath Prairie Skies (Canadian Historical Brides Book 6)

  1. says:

    A rich swath of heartache and toil from the de Montigny family I love these type stories since they come from true events The conflict of survival during war, travel by ship over rough seas, snaking through vast countryside via train only to find hard work and love at the end of the line I had no idea the French settled so far afield from Quebec The descriptions of struggle through the lean years of the great Depression and drought bro...

  2. says:

    This contribution to the Canadian Historical Brides collection is another wonderful read Historically accurate and well written, Ms de Montigny takes us back to the World War 1 era with unerring skill You ll want to add this one to your collection for sure.

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