Lily of the Valley (Hymns of the West #4) by Faith Blum

Lily of the Valley (Hymns of the West #4)

Howdy, Teacher! You don’t know me, but my kids talk bout you a lot. I been lookin fer a wife and mother fer a few years and was wonderin iffen we cood meet and get to no each other a bit. I’ll come after skool to git yer answer. Grover MillerUnruly schoolchildren, three suitors, and too many things to do. When Ruth Brookings rejects one of the suitors, he refuses to accept no for an answer. To make matters worse, when she prays for guidance, ...

Details Lily of the Valley (Hymns of the West #4)

TitleLily of the Valley (Hymns of the West #4)
Release DateNov 26th, 2015
PublisherFaith Blum
Number of pages476 pages
GenreHistorical Fiction, Christian, Christian Fiction, Western, New Adult, Young Adult

Reviews Lily of the Valley (Hymns of the West #4)

  • Kellyn Roth
    Amazing book. It did have a couple things I didn't like, though, but I hesitate to write a review and talk about them because I think I'd just offend people, and I don't want to do that. Anyway, (longer) review hopefully coming soon!
  • Amanda Tero
    This was actually my second time reading Lily of the Valley. The first time I was a beta-reader so this second time, as I was reading it to review, I was going to skim it. Note the past tense. I found myself slowing down to enjoy it all over again! This is probably my favorite of Faith's works! I immensely enjoyed following the Ruth, Annabelle, and Micah in this book--their struggles seemed real and relatable.Both times reading through, I laughed...
  • Leanne
    This book is a little hard to write a review for. From the book description I really liked the plot, and I was excited to read Faith Blum's new book. The setting where the book took place was wonderfully done, and it felt very real. And I love the cast of characters in the book. It was a good clean story, and it brought up some interesting points.But sadly there were a couple of things that kept me from enjoying the book as much as I had hoped. I...
  • Emily
    Lily of the Valley, by Faith Blum, was a lovely historical romance. The fifth book in the Hymns of the West Series, this book is set in the same western town as the previous novels and tells the story of several other young couples, friends or family members of those in the previous novels. I enjoyed the adventures of Ruth, Micah, Annabel, and William as they sought to know God and each other better. The danger created by the antagonist added to ...
  • Esther
    Wow! That was an amazing book! I'm so sad it's over. Lily of the Valley has become my new favorite book in the Hymns of the West series. :D I've been wanting to read more about Ruth Brookings since book one, A Mighty Fortress. Thus I was incredibly excited to get to read this book! I loved Faith's portrayal of the Miller children. They were so sweet! It also tied in nicely with Faith's novella 'Tis So Sweet found in the Where the Light May Lead a...
  • Margaret Wagner
    UpliftingFaith Blum writes in a way that entertains while touching my heart and filling my soul.Though these books are stand alone I encourage you to read them in order, and I strongly encourage you to read them. This family will truly worm their way into your heart.
  • Judith Lott
    Very good story - easy reading - turns out just right. The larger print format makes it easy to read for nearly any reader. Thanks to Goodreads for a pleasant adventure.
  • Robert L. McKamey
    Loved itThis was a very good book. So good I hate to think I had read all of them already. Excellent
  • Donna
    Wonderful bookI really enjoyed the courtship of Rachel and Micah. They were true to their Christian beliefs and respected each other.
  • Cindy
    Loved it!