Where the Heart Leads With the loss of his mother the final threads that bind Jonathon Brandt to home are gone forever and he leaves Boston hoping to never return The year is and Jonathon is eager to head west to

  • Title: Where the Heart Leads
  • Author: Anita Stansfield
  • ISBN: 9781577348481
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • With the loss of his mother, the final threads that bind Jonathon Brandt to home are gone forever, and he leaves Boston, hoping to never return The year is 1894, and Jonathon is eager to head west to California to find a new life, a new profession, and an escape from the disastrous relationship with his father Jonathon s journey westward allows him the opportunity to stoWith the loss of his mother, the final threads that bind Jonathon Brandt to home are gone forever, and he leaves Boston, hoping to never return The year is 1894, and Jonathon is eager to head west to California to find a new life, a new profession, and an escape from the disastrous relationship with his father Jonathon s journey westward allows him the opportunity to stop and visit his beloved Aunt Ellie, who lives in a small, Central Utah town He falls in love with the scenery the same day he falls in love with Maddie Jo Hansen, and suddenly California loses its appeal Even though Maddie is a Mormon, Jonathon quickly realizes that he likes everything about this place and the people except for Glen Hansen, Maddie s father, who is determined that no man, especially Jonathon, is going to take his daughter away from him Anita Stansfield, the 1 best selling LDS romance author, delivers one of her finest novels to date Filled with intrigue and romance, Where the Heart Leads is a compelling story of heartbreaking loss, inspiring discovery, and a love that overcomes all obstacles.

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    One thought on “Where the Heart Leads”

    1. This was a light read. It is predictable and cheesy and some times that is what you want. I've never read any of the authors other books to compare.

    2. "With the loss of his mother, the final threads that bind Jonathon Brandt to home are gone forever, and he leaves Boston, hoping to never return. The year is 1894, and Jonathan is eager to head west to California to find a new life, new profession, and an escape from the disastrous relationship with his father. "Jonathan's journey westward allows him to stop and visit his beloved Aunt Ellie, who lives in small, Central Utah town. He falls in love with the scenery the same day he falls in love wi [...]

    3. When I find myself rolling my eyes as I read, it's just not a good sign. I tend to avoid "Mormon" literature because it's just a bit too cheesy for me, but thought I'd give Anita Stansfield a try. I was not impressed. This book seemed more like a cute little story than a novel, the ending was predictable, there wasn't much depth, and I didn't feel much attachment to any of the characters. There are a few hardships for these people, but none of them came through as a real climax or struggle, sinc [...]

    4. It is written by an LDS author & talks quite a bit about the religion. I really didn't mind, it "fit" the book- if you know what I mean. The plot offered enough twists and turns to keep me interested, but it is the characters that provide the real entertainment. Stansfield employs a host of colorful minor players, including Maddie's cantankerous father, a thoughtful hick named Ernest Mortensen (reminded me so much of my own Daddy) and two lovable matchmaking friends.I really enjoyed this boo [...]

    5. I love everything I have read by Anita Stansfield. This one was set in the 1800's. Jon's mother dies and on the day of her death he packs up and leaves home trying to get away from a father that he believes does not love him and will never be proud of him. He meets Maddie and it is love at first sight. Her father however is not pleased with her relationship. This book shares their struggles and strains between family relationships.

    6. Once I tried to read an Anita Stansfield book and I didn't get much farther than the first chapter - it was a total soap opera and actually made me feel uncomfortable. However, a friend dropped this book off to me and because I was currently out of books I read it. I actually really enjoyed it. It was very cute, uplifiting, and simply enjoyable. Not soap opera in any way. It took place in the early 1900's.

    7. This was a good escape as all Anita Stansfield books are. It is nice to sit and read about someone else and get away from reality for a while. But when reading you have to remember that not people can solve there problems so quickly and with the same unwavering faith. I think it is the little bit of doubt that makes us stronger in the end.

    8. the perfect book with the best ending! A book of trial and error in a newlyweds lives that is the perfect trail for this couple. the setting is the perfect place, and the timing is just perfect. Anita Stansfield is a wonderful author.

    9. If this is your first Anita Stansfield book, please, put this book down NOW and go read First Love and Forever before you do anything else.Somewhere between "Towers of Brierley" and "A Star in Winter" her writing took a turn for the worst. Go read her earlier works. Much better!

    10. Every once in a while you just need to read a good love story. In my opinion Anita Stansfield writes some of the best. This book is a really quick and easy read. It just leaves you with a warm fuzzy and makes you wanna go hug your hunny.

    11. I really liked the setting for this book. The time period was great. Again I felt the description of emations was a little over the top. The resolution at the end of the book a felt a little to easy. Over all it was a fun easy read.

    12. This is a very short, quick read, I read it and the sequel in less than a day. It was a fun period romance that was clean and easy to read. Not a great amount of depth to the story, but a lot of faith in Jesus Christ throughout. Good for a quick, clean, faith promoting read.

    13. I enjoyed the trip back in time to 1894, the simple life and gentle feelings portrayed. However, the hero was prone to shedding tears and the heroine cried all the time as well. Somehow it didn't seem natural that a 19th century man would be so in touch with his feelings.

    14. This lacks the intensity of most of the other Anita Stansfield novels, and I like the Barrington Saga better (also set in the early days of the LDS church), but this is a touching story. I just didn't get into it as much as I usually do - I didn't relate to the characters as well.

    15. A historical romance with a very modern twist! Enjoyed the fire of the heroine and the sharp mind of the hero he surely knew when to give in!

    16. So CUTE! I loved it! The beginning was kind of slow, but once you get into the story it's really good! So romantic

    17. Filled with intrigue and romance,Where the Heart Leads is a compelling story of heartbreaking loss, inspiring discovery, and a love that overcomes all obstacles.

    18. Cheesy, sappy, love story. Sometimes I like that kind of quick brainless read. If you want a quick sticky sweet love story, her books are good for that.

    19. Jonathon and Maddie Jo have some major obstacles to overcome. Their miracles, however, are worth all the hard work it takes to get them.

    20. Love this book! I am so glad that Anita Stansfield continues writing the characters' story after they get married. Love doesn't end when marriage begins.

    21. I really enjoyed this book. Whereas I can often predict where Anita's stories are headed, I wasn't able with this one. It was a fun read - and contained some profound words of wisdom throughout.

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