Ever imagined what traveling across the wilderness in the early 1800s was like?
On March 12, 1 to 4 p.m. at Flint’s Family Christian Stores located at G-3577 Miller Rd., Genesee Crossing, I will be talking about my historical romance, Wilted Dandelions.
I will share a 30-minute presentation about my trip out west following Rachael and Jonathan’s trail in Wilted Dandelion that will include pictures, maps and video.
If you ever plan to travel west, this is a way to acquire information regarding museums and travel stops. Refreshments will be provided and every signing will include a personalized gift.
“Historically accurate and exciting, Wilted Dandelions is a great story of missionaries going west to minister to the Indians,” says author Marcia Lee. “Catherine Ulrich Brakefield creates a tension filled tale about the Oregon Trail that is fraught with danger and a marriage that is in name only.”
Here’s what award-winning author, Cheryl Wyatt said about Wilted Dandelions:
“…Catherine did a fantastic job making me care deeply about the characters and their journeys… I haven’t read any voice like her, and I found her style very refreshing. …I look forward to her next book.”
Set in the early 1800’s, high spirited Rachael Rothburn marries Jonathan Wheaton in order to go west and minister to the Indians. As the seeds of love grow between them, Rachael realizes God doesn’t create coincidences—He designs possibilities!