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Distant Dreams (Ribbons of Steel, #1) The Year Is 1835 And Carolina Adams Finds Herself Enchanted By An Unlikely Suitor The Railroad Frustrated By Society S Expectations Upon Her Gender, She Longs To Study Masculine Subjects And Is Thrilled When Her Father Grants Her A Tutor.James Baldwin Arrives To Serve As Carolina S Teacher, But Of Importance, He Is To Court Carolina S Beautiful Older Sister, Virginia Will Expectations And Virginia S Southern Charm Elicit The Hoped For Proposal Or Will James And Carolina Dare To Acknowledge The Mutual Interests And Feelings Growing Between Them


10 thoughts on “Distant Dreams (Ribbons of Steel, #1)

  1. says:

    meh.disappointing Extremely slow moving plot Overkill on railroad detail to the point I was snoozing Cop out ending Annoying cast of charactersGood news Read for free with Kindle Unlimited Not interested in paying to read the rest of the series nice try though


  2. says:

    Free download I enjoyed the premise of the book, and it kept me interested for a while, but then it stalled It totally bored me before too long I got about 70% through the book and I could not bring myself to finish it having looked into the rest of the series, I am glad that I didn t waste too much time or any money on it because it seems to take a VERY long time to get to the happy ending As some of the other reviewers have noted, this book ends with a cliffhanger, but not the good, sus Free download I enjoyed the premise of the book, and it kept me interested for a while, but then it stalled It totally bored me before too long I got about 70% through the book and I could not bring myself to finish it having looked into the rest of the series, I am glad that I didn t waste too much time or any money on it because it seems to take a VERY long time to get to the happy ending As some of the other reviewers have noted, this book ends with a cliffhanger, but no...


  3. says:

    This was a really fun book to read since I love the 1800 Joseph Adams is a southern gentleman who owns Oakbridge Plantation He and his wife, Margaret, are loving people who enjoy their southern way of life They have several wonderful children and life seems to be grand Enter Carolina Adams This 15 year old southern belle is anything but the belle of the ball She longs for higher learning in a world where ladies run the household, care for the children and are the picture of society Her fa This was a really fun book to read since I love the 1800 Joseph Adams is a southern gentleman who owns Oakbridge Plantation He and his wife, Margaret, are loving people who enjoy their southern way of life They have several wonderful children and life seems to be grand Enter Carolina Adams This 15 year old southern belle is anything but the belle of the ball She longs for higher learning in a world where ladies run the household, care for the children and are the picture of society Her father wants to please Carolina and her mother want her to become the southern lady that she was raised to be Their oldest daughter, Virginia, is the picture of what a southern belle should be She is nearly past the age to be eligible to marr...


  4. says:

    really interesting story ruined by self absorbed me me me charactersThe book is actually really good in many aspects, however, I experienced an overwhelming urge to punch the female protagonist and the hero requires a kick up the backside , hence this is getting a 1 The PlotThe heroine is a poor little rich girl who wants to study and pursue a career in the Railroad However, due to her gender severe restrictions are imposed relating to her ambition The plot starts really interesting story ruined by self absorbed me me me charactersThe book is actually really good in many aspects, however, I experienced an overwhelming urge to punch the female prot...


  5. says:

    I found this to be an interesting book focusing on the emerging railroads of the US with a light romance spin to it This is NOT a typical, bawdy romance novel, and would instead be completely appropriate for a religious, teenager who wants her heart to flutter a bit as she reads I haven t read the two sequels yet, so can t speak to those However, the story line was a bit slow for me, and even my own fascination with the railroad politics, etc was taxed by some of the time the author spent o I found this to be an interesting book focusing on the emerging railroads of the US with a light romance spin to it This is NOT a typical, bawdy romance novel, and would instead be completely appropriate for a religious, teenager who wants her heart to flutter a bit as she reads I haven t read the two sequels yet, so can t speak to those However, the story line was a bit slow for me, and even my own fascination with the railroad politics, etc was taxed by some of the time the author spent on setting the scene of the story Also, the relationship is taking so long to develop, I m losing a bit of interest...


  6. says:

    If you didn t get to read this charming story in 1997 or 2009 when it was reprinted, I implore you to grab it when you can I was impressed with the overall story, the characters and their growth, and the time it was set The Railroad and trains were mysterious to Americans in the mid 1800 s Fear, uncleanliness, and misunderstanding of science plagued the city people in that day What a wonderful story of a young sister who fell in love with the idea and science as well You will keep up with s If you didn t get to read this charming story in 1997 or 2009 when it was reprinted, I implore you to grab it when you can I was impressed with the overall story, the characters and their growth, and the time it was set The Railroad and trains were mysterious to Americans in the mid ...


  7. says:

    It was well written and a good story, but it had a cliffhanger type ending I don t mean there is suspense, but all the loose ends are left untied waiting for the next book Thankfully the whole series is out so there is no waiting These types of books series are the worst when just released because you can end up waiting a year orto find out what happens This particular book is interesting and well written, but left me feeling kinda depressed I am thankful that i have access to the nex It was well written and a good story, but it had a cliffhanger type ending I don t mean there is suspense, but all the loose ends are left untied waiting for the next book Thankfully the whole series is out so there is no waiting These types of books series are the worst when just released because you can end up waiting a year orto find out what happens This particular book is interesting and well written, but left ...


  8. says:

    Ok, I wanted to give this bookstars but helb back The reason for that is because it is not a stand alone book I don t mind a series if it grabs me and I need to read the rest This was not one of those stories.


  9. says:

    I absolutely loved this book It had a great mix of historical and romance fiction action happening and the characters were quite loveable The story largely centers around 16 year old Carolina Adams, daughter of plantation owner Joseph Adams and his wife Margaret Carolina is a headstrong girl who is ambitious to attempt a different type of life when the railroad comes to town However, can a young southern girl really follow her dreams when she is supposed to be worrying about getting married I absolutely loved this book It had a great mix of historical a...


  10. says:

    I loved this book The characters were interesting and well developed The story was interesting The biggest bummer is that my library doesn t have the third book in the series I m going to read book two and request that they add book three to their collection.I thought this book was Christian, but the first three quarters of the book lacked any mention of God I thought that was odd as it felt like I was reading a very clean secular novel Toward the end, the characters started discussing God I love...


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