Goodbye Belvidere – I Much Love You

Joanna’s eyes filled with sudden tears. “I always thought we’d have this place in our family for years.” CJ commiserated with her. “Change, Joanna. Life keeps changing, whether we like it or not.” Future decisions loomed on the horizon, and the needle of doubt that had plagued CJ for years returned to haunt him once again. Soon, CJ reasoned to himself, he and Joanna would have to make some hard choices. He dreaded the day. Join the Crezners and their friends and neighbors...

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My Lady

  NOW RE-PUBLISHED. “I usually remember to stop here and count my blessings,” Chauncey said. Jolene slowly looked around her and sighed. “It refreshes my soul to see sights like these.” Chauncey heard a longing in her voice and recognized it as a counterpart to his own feelings. Without turning to look at her he asked, “And you, Miss O’Neil, with prairie and wind and cattle in your blood, married a hair dresser from Denver?”...

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Laughter in the Wind

As redheaded British nanny Abbie Miller views the Dakota sunsets from the Jackson ranch, she is positive God’s creation is at His finest. She also is very sure the three little Jackson children have captivated her heart. Abbie’s confusion begins when she attempts to discover the reason why Mrs. Jackson abruptly leaves her home and children. Soon life becomes even more of a puzzle when unexpected visitors blow onto the ranch on a cold winters day. Even her boss,...

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Goodbye Belvidere – A Hundred and Sixty Acres

The dance floor had been built quickly under the starry South Dakota night sky. The musicians were locals, and they didn’t sound half bad. The cowboys and the young ladies in 1898 loved dances, and at this gathering, CJ Crezner discovered that the most beautiful blue-eyed blonde he ever met was from his home state of Missouri. He doubted Deborah Lynn had ever been denied any request, and he was captivated by her in minutes. Ride with history as Carl John Crezner...

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Goodbye Belvidere – His Eye is on the Sparrow

Young Isaac Swanson is not only angry and frustrated, he is also leaving his family without saying goodbye. CJ Crezner hopes his young friend will remember Joanna’s strange admonition to not shave his newly sprouted goatee and mustache. CJ also hopes Isaac will heed his own advice concerning good men’s actions. The Crezner family saga during the homesteading years in South Dakota continues, and CJ once again finds his infamous temper a cause of controversy....

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