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About the author


Joyce Barton is an artist, not only with her brush on canvas, but by painting pictures in your mind with the stories she writes. She grew up at the threshold of the Rocky Mountains, riding horses in local gymkhanas and rodeos, fantasizing about being a cowgirl. When she grew up and started a family she enjoyed reading books to her five children, but gravitated toward books about the old west for herself. When grandchildren came along, she loved making up stories to tell them. This eventually led her to writing about the subject she loves most, the old west, with an emphasis on courageous, adventurous women. Her first novel, Home to Tomorrow, won first place in a Colorado Gold writing competition. Echoes of Dreams, the second book in this series, brings back the same beloved characters while introducing additional women - and the men who walk beside them - who have the courage to dream in spite of the harsh conditions of the time.
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Echos of Dreams
by Joyce Barton

Overview


Saber Santana was raised an outcast in the midst of a tight-knit religious community. In order to save herself from a forced marriage and protect her crippled mother from further abuse at the hands of the tyrannical leader of the church, she manages to sneak them away in the dead of night and find safety in a mining town in the Colorado Mountains. The problem is she is determined to seek retribution for the wrongs done to her mother, and doing so puts her in jeopardy of being arrested or killed. Noah Kincade comes from a life of privilege. Everything he's ever desired has come to him easily. The code he lives by is simple: Strive for honesty at all times, put your trust in the just and moral rules that govern society, right is right and wrong pays a price in the end. Lives are changed irrevocably the fateful day these two cross paths, making one wonder if it's ever too late to dream a new dream or learn to see things differently.
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Description


Saber Santana was raised an outcast in the midst of a tight-knit religious community. In order to save herself from a forced marriage and protect her crippled mother from further abuse at the hands of the tyrannical leader of the church, she manages to sneak them away in the dead of night and find safety in a mining town in the Colorado Mountains. The problem is she is determined to seek retribution for the wrongs done to her mother, and doing so puts her in jeopardy of being arrested or killed. Noah Kincade comes from a life of privilege. Everything he's ever desired has come to him easily. The code he lives by is simple: Strive for honesty at all times, put your trust in the just and moral rules that govern society, right is right and wrong pays a price in the end. Lives are changed irrevocably the fateful day these two cross paths, making one wonder if it's ever too late to dream a new dream or learn to see things differently.
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Overview


Saber Santana was raised an outcast in the midst of a tight-knit religious community. In order to save herself from a forced marriage and protect her crippled mother from further abuse at the hands of the tyrannical leader of the church, she manages to sneak them away in the dead of night and find safety in a mining town in the Colorado Mountains. The problem is she is determined to seek retribution for the wrongs done to her mother, and doing so puts her in jeopardy of being arrested or killed. Noah Kincade comes from a life of privilege. Everything he's ever desired has come to him easily. The code he lives by is simple: Strive for honesty at all times, put your trust in the just and moral rules that govern society, right is right and wrong pays a price in the end. Lives are changed irrevocably the fateful day these two cross paths, making one wonder if it's ever too late to dream a new dream or learn to see things differently.

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Description


Saber Santana was raised an outcast in the midst of a tight-knit religious community. In order to save herself from a forced marriage and protect her crippled mother from further abuse at the hands of the tyrannical leader of the church, she manages to sneak them away in the dead of night and find safety in a mining town in the Colorado Mountains. The problem is she is determined to seek retribution for the wrongs done to her mother, and doing so puts her in jeopardy of being arrested or killed. Noah Kincade comes from a life of privilege. Everything he's ever desired has come to him easily. The code he lives by is simple: Strive for honesty at all times, put your trust in the just and moral rules that govern society, right is right and wrong pays a price in the end. Lives are changed irrevocably the fateful day these two cross paths, making one wonder if it's ever too late to dream a new dream or learn to see things differently.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Romance / Historical

Language:English

Series title:Home to Tomorrow

Series Number:2

Pages:396

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098377397

Paperback ISBN:9781098377380


Overview


Saber Santana was raised an outcast in the midst of a tight-knit religious community. In order to save herself from a forced marriage and protect her crippled mother from further abuse at the hands of the tyrannical leader of the church, she manages to sneak them away in the dead of night and find safety in a mining town in the Colorado Mountains. The problem is she is determined to seek retribution for the wrongs done to her mother, and doing so puts her in jeopardy of being arrested or killed. Noah Kincade comes from a life of privilege. Everything he's ever desired has come to him easily. The code he lives by is simple: Strive for honesty at all times, put your trust in the just and moral rules that govern society, right is right and wrong pays a price in the end. Lives are changed irrevocably the fateful day these two cross paths, making one wonder if it's ever too late to dream a new dream or learn to see things differently.

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Description


Saber Santana was raised an outcast in the midst of a tight-knit religious community. In order to save herself from a forced marriage and protect her crippled mother from further abuse at the hands of the tyrannical leader of the church, she manages to sneak them away in the dead of night and find safety in a mining town in the Colorado Mountains. The problem is she is determined to seek retribution for the wrongs done to her mother, and doing so puts her in jeopardy of being arrested or killed. Noah Kincade comes from a life of privilege. Everything he's ever desired has come to him easily. The code he lives by is simple: Strive for honesty at all times, put your trust in the just and moral rules that govern society, right is right and wrong pays a price in the end. Lives are changed irrevocably the fateful day these two cross paths, making one wonder if it's ever too late to dream a new dream or learn to see things differently.

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About the author


Joyce Barton is an artist, not only with her brush on canvas, but by painting pictures in your mind with the stories she writes. She grew up at the threshold of the Rocky Mountains, riding horses in local gymkhanas and rodeos, fantasizing about being a cowgirl. When she grew up and started a family she enjoyed reading books to her five children, but gravitated toward books about the old west for herself. When grandchildren came along, she loved making up stories to tell them. This eventually led her to writing about the subject she loves most, the old west, with an emphasis on courageous, adventurous women. Her first novel, Home to Tomorrow, won first place in a Colorado Gold writing competition. Echoes of Dreams, the second book in this series, brings back the same beloved characters while introducing additional women - and the men who walk beside them - who have the courage to dream in spite of the harsh conditions of the time.

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