The Eyes of a Stranger (Nan's Heritage #4)
Rejection was an emotion Gertie Brenan knew well. At the age of eighteen, she finds herself at the threshold of life and comes to realize that because of the rejection of her fiance, many options are open to her. In her childhood rejection held her captive. Now, it gives her freedom that few women of her time were afforded. Set in the beauty of Denver, Colorado in the 1860s, The Eyes of a Stranger follows vivid characters who are fraught with conflict, sorrow, and the tenacity to build a life in the frontier of the Western United States.

The Eyes of a Stranger (Nan's Heritage #4) Details

Book TitleThe Eyes of a Stranger (Nan's Heritage #4)
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ISBN9781461113263
LanguageEnglish
Pages228
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The Eyes of a Stranger (Nan's Heritage #4) Reviews

  • Eyvonna Rains
    Dec 31, 1969

    Eyvonna Rains

    This sweet story of Gertie's tragic beginning shows how hardship can build character. Had she grown up with an easy life, she probably never would have turned the hearts of such good men, and earned the love of a wonderful husband. Thank goodness for happy endings! Plus, the last line ...

  • Darlene
    Dec 31, 1969

    Darlene

    I just love Ms. Littau's books! The characters are endearing and heartfelt. I'm looking forward to reading more of her work! ...

  • Lisa Tortorello
    Dec 31, 1969

    Lisa Tortorello

    I was taken in with Elaine Littau's story from the first chapter of The Eyes of a Stranger. Elaine's descriptions made me feel as if I was right there in the 1800's watching the story unfold.Gertie Brenan is rejected by her family only to be sent to meet her soon-to-be husband for the ...

  • Linda Niemeir
    Dec 31, 1969

    Linda Niemeir

    The story told here by Elaine Littau captioned my attention from the first page. She develops each character so vividly that before long you feel you are right there watching the story unfold and feel like you know each person involved. The time line was very interesting, 1800s western...

  • Wennifred
    Dec 31, 1969

    Wennifred

    I just won a copy from Goodreads. Looking forward to reading it. I will write a review after I've read it. Thank you. ...