Dandelions on the Wind

Hodgson, Mona. Dandelions on the Wind. Colorado Springs, CO: Waterbrook Press. 2013.

dandelionsMaren Jenson, originally from Denmark, calls Mrs. Brantenberg’s Missouri farm her home now. After being jilted as a mail-order-bride, Maren has found purpose in caring for young Gabi, even with her now failing eye-sight. When Gabi’s father, Wooley, returns back from the Civil War, things begin to change…

Though only a novella, I found this book to read as a full-length novel. The title intrigued me but the meaning soon became apparent. I especially liked the Christian themes throughout the book in times of trial and thankfulness. I found this be a heart-warming, inspirational tale by an author I will seek to read yet again. (I am glad this is the first book of a trilogy.)

RATING: 4 (out of 5) pennies

*I received a complimentary copy of Dandelions on the Wind from Waterbrook Press for my honest review*


8 thoughts on “Dandelions on the Wind

    • Though short in length, it is a good stroy. I plan on reading the next two in the series as well. Thanks for visiting; I look forward to following your blog!

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