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The Iron Lady (The House of Winslow, #19) Inspirational Large Print Edition As America Makes Its Ascent As A World Power, Three Young Daughters Of Winslow Come To New York City Seeking Careers And Direction For Their Lives Ruth Finds Fulfillment As A Nurse Among The Immigrants Priscilla Has A Passion For Show Business And Esther, Engaged To A Wealthy Businessman, Yearns For Meaning In Her Life It S 1902 And Life Is Full Of Promise For The Winslow Cousins, But Are They Ready For What They Ll Discover


10 thoughts on “The Iron Lady (The House of Winslow, #19)

  1. says:

    My very first introduction to a series that wasted no time in claiming my heart, I loved everything about this book, from the three separate love stories, to the commentary on both the Boar War, and the Ellis Island experience, to the wonderful undercurrents of faith and family spread throughout There is also the return of a familiar face in the form of Scottish Dr Burns, who finally gets his romantic happily ever after However, while I did love his and Ruth s story, and just barely tolerated My very first introduction to a series that wasted no time in claiming my heart, I loved everything about this book, from the three separate love stories, to the commentary on both the Boar War, and the Ellis Island experience, to the wonderful undercurrents of faith and family spread throughout There is also the return of a familiar face in the form of Scottish Dr Burns, who finally gets his romantic happily ever after However, while I did love his and Ruth s story, and just barely tolerated Priscilla s she does NOT deserve the unwavering loyalty and love of the guy she ends up with , it s Esther s that I enjoy the most The wonderfully honest, beautiful, and sincere connection which develops from the get go between her and Jan, and the natural progression of their romance...


  2. says:

    It s been a long time since I read Gilbert Morris, but now I remember why I wasn t too impressed It s a perfectly adequate book, just nothing which grabs you or stays with youI can t remember much from any of the other half dozen Morrises I ve read Of the characters, I liked the Iron Lady herself, Esther Winslow, but felt both the other two cousins were just stock, stereotyped characters Ruth, the good missionary nurse, and Rachel, the sinner on stage As a historical, the use of Pakista It s been a long time since I read Gilbert Morris, but now I remember why I wasn t too impressed It s a perfectly adequate book, just nothing which grabs you or stays with youI can t remember much from any of the other half dozen Morrises I ve read Of the characters, I liked the Iron Lady herself, Esther Winslow, but felt both the other two cousins were just stock, stereotyped characters Ruth, the good missionary nurse, and Rachel, ...


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 7 Lots happening in the US at the turn of the century Immigrants coming to Pby the thousands The automobile being made Motion pictures just starting to be made Ruth was the steady one and got her Dr Burns in th e end They will do medicine together in Africa and be happy as two peas in a pod. Priscilla had big dreams of acting but got caught up in the dream of it and ended up with a no good man Eddie Rich Glad she is back with Jason at the end of the book Esther had the most exciting 7 Lots happening in the US at the turn of the century Immigrants coming to Pby the thousands The automobile being made Motion pictures just starting to be made Ruth was the steady one and got her Dr Burns in th e end T...


  4. says:

    This series by Gilbert Morris is one of my absolute favorites Each book follows at least one member of a generation in the Winslow family tree and the member s gets saved and finds true love There s also some commentary on the social conditions of the time frame Truly interesting.


  5. says:

    This book takes place in New York at the turn of the century.


  6. says:

    Book 19


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