Roses Legacy

Roses Legacy Sequel To Ireland Rose Ireland Rose Finds That Being A Sea Captain S Wife Is A Full Life, The Triumphant Returns And The Love That Engulfs Them, The Long Days He Is At Sea How Her Heart Yearns For His Company Letters Fly Back And Forth Across The Atlantic From Ireland To Charleston, SC To The Ones She Left Behind The People That Fill Her World Are The Vibrant Landscape That Makes Her Life Complete She Journals Every Experience Leaving Behind The Most Important Gift To Those That Follow Her Her Life S Legacy

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Roses Legacy
  • Patricia Strefling
  • English
  • 25 April 2019
  • 9781475174373

10 thoughts on “Roses Legacy

  1. says:

    Very good book The author made the characters seem like your friends Also, alot of good Christian values that hit home Great job.

  2. says:

    Reminded me of the sweet novels of Janette Oke This is the second and final book in the Ireland Rose series Rose continues to journal and chronicle her and Will s life after their marriage and through nearly the end of her life It was wonderful to see what happened to all of the characters that you met in book one and how they grew and changed Because it was written in the style of a journal, it did not have a lot of action and most of Rose s memories were of the good things that happened But overall a sweet read.

  3. says:

    Rose s Legacy was a sweet story It made me think a little of Janette Oke s book, just in a kind of journal form It was slower and true to life than most novels All in all, an interesting read.Apparently, Rose s Legacy is a sequel to Ireland Rose, which I have never read I can see it would have been better for me to read Ireland Rose first however, I caught onto the story pretty quick A gentle story of a young wife and her sea faring husband With interest, heart ache, and some surprises, this book brought me to the rolling hills of Ireland and right into Rose s little castle.No, Rose s Legacy is not an action packed, quick novel Yes, it s written like Rose telling her story than a normal novel Well it s good to get a variety now and then, I received a free copy of Rose s Legacy as a result of the goodreads giveaways, and chose to write an honest review for it

  4. says:

    I bought this sequel to the free kindle selection of Ireland Rose If I hadn t like Ireland Rose, I would have been upset at the money I spent There is no story, no character development, no hardships to overcome, no climax and resolution It s kind of like visiting someone with Alzheimer s and all she remembers are the good times And of course, being a kindle book, the punctuation and grammar were horrid.

  5. says:

    A wonderful read I thoroughly enjoyed this follow up to Ireland Rose In the first book a connection is made with Rose as you journey with her, so Roses Legacy allows us to continue enjoying in her journey of life It captures the simplicity romance of life There are a few editing mistakes here there but I was so lost in the story it didn t bother me in the slightest Happy Reading

  6. says:

    Now we knowThis book is just, perfect Ireland Roses life told so beautifully her life s journey gives hope to anyone who may doubt about the here and now Regardless of color, place or education everyone can build a better tomorrow for someone.

  7. says:

    Rose wants to leave a legacy to her children and grandchildren about her life So she journals her life This story picks up where Ireland Rose leaves off The story itself is pretty good I wish it didn t end quite as abruptly as it did.

  8. says:

    I loved this book, she put a great ending to this sequel I love the easy way she wrote and the finish of the characters for this book.

  9. says:

    Loved the second book I love getting to continue to learn about a lovely character like Ireland Rose, her legacy was something to be proud of.

  10. says:

    It was okay, I guess

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