Tag: VIkki Kestell

Book Review: Sarah Redeemed by Vikki Kestell

Sarah Redeemed by Vikki Kestell My rating: 5 of 5 starsAmazon I am REDEEMED Excellent story wonderful scriptures and counseling. I did also enjoy the appendices (funny that a burst appendix killed a girl). So I finally got the connection (Girls from the Mountain).… Continue Reading “Book Review: Sarah Redeemed by Vikki Kestell”

Book Review: Wild Heart on the Prairie by Vikki Kestell

Add title Wild Heart on the Prairie by Vikki Kestell My rating: 5 of 5 starsAmazonSo that’s where Jan comes in I just have a problem with a series that takes stories out of sequence. I understand from reading Girls from the mountain that… Continue Reading “Book Review: Wild Heart on the Prairie by Vikki Kestell”

Daily Service: For I know the plans I have for you

This was a touchstone verse for the main character Tory in Vikki Kestell’s second book in the Girls from The Mountain series.  Tory is a mixed blood child from a negro mother and a married white merchant.  Based in the New Orleans area you… Continue Reading “Daily Service: For I know the plans I have for you”

Book Review: Tory by Vikki Kestell

Tory by Vikki Kestell My rating: 5 of 5 starsSMILE AMAZONBreak into song: I am redeemed Throughout these stories the redemption of Christ is evident in all the story lines. I appreciate when a “good person” realizes they need Christ. My wife is reading… Continue Reading “Book Review: Tory by Vikki Kestell”

Book Review: A Rose blooms twice by Vikki Kestell

Add title A Rose Blooms Twice by Vikki Kestell My rating: 5 of 5 starsAmazon Got me hooked again Great story, great lessons, second chance at love, the works. The author’s knowledge of history and the evolution of faith were both in plenty. Thank… Continue Reading “Book Review: A Rose blooms twice by Vikki Kestell”

Book Review: Tabitha by VIkki Kestell

Tabitha by Vikki Kestell My rating: 5 of 5 starsAmazonAnother fine Christian Historical Fiction Follow Tabitha’s testimony ( which will also help others) through years of degradation that shapes her outlook and requires lots of prayer. Her training as a nurse is not without… Continue Reading “Book Review: Tabitha by VIkki Kestell”