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eBook The Fire in Ember: A Novel ePub

by DiAnn Mills

  • ISBN: 0310293308
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: DiAnn Mills
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Zondervan (January 22, 2011)
  • Pages: 340
  • ePub book: 1641 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1906 kb
  • Other: doc mbr lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 970

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THE FIRE IN EMBER A NOVEL DIANN MILLS To the Birthday Club Girls And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them that seek . To the Birthday Club Girls.

THE FIRE IN EMBER A NOVEL DIANN MILLS To the Birthday Club Girls And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them that seek thee. And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them that seek thee.

Award-winning author DiAnn Mills takes readers back to northern Colorado for her latest release, "The Fire in Ember. Mills prides herself on delivering an adventure in her books and she accomplishes that goal with "The Fire in Ember

Award-winning author DiAnn Mills takes readers back to northern Colorado for her latest release, "The Fire in Ember. A Western romantic adventure, the book combines faith, hope and love within an intense story of rustlers, relatives and secrets. John Timmons breaks up a lynching in his role as deputy. He and his family give shelter to the ragtag boy he rescued from the noose. Mills prides herself on delivering an adventure in her books and she accomplishes that goal with "The Fire in Ember. She has crafted a book suitable for anyone who enjoys Westerns, mysteries, romances or inspirational fiction. While there is some violence, most of it takes place off-scene.

In The Fire in Ember, by DiAnn Mills, Deputy John Timmons saves a young boy named Bert from hanging as a. .As the writer of several other western romances, DiAnn Mills knows her topic well.

In The Fire in Ember, by DiAnn Mills, Deputy John Timmons saves a young boy named Bert from hanging as a horse thief. However, John soon discovers that Bert is actually a young woman. His life is thrown into turmoil by a succession of cattle thefts, in which Bert is implicated as a main suspect. John's emotions begin to cause him trouble, as well, when he finds himself falling for Bert.

That's why I loved this book. With The Fire in Ember, DiAnn Mills has crafted a fast-paced historical romance her readers are sure to enjoy. It is a deeply romantic novel set in the time of cowboys and girls with bonnets, and the main characters are a family of a wodowed mother raising five sons. And Bert, of course, our heroine. The Fire in Ember is the sequel to A Woman Named Sage, but can easily be read as a stand-alone historical romance novel. John Timmons isn't perfect, but he's the perfect romantic hero†noble, manly, responsible, and endearingly flustered by his gentler emotions.

Title: THE FIRE IN EMBER Author: DiAnn Mills Publisher: Zondervan December 2010 . The I’ve been a DiAnn Mills fan for some time

Title: THE FIRE IN EMBER Author: DiAnn Mills Publisher: Zondervan December 2010 ISBN: 978-0-310-2933 Genre: ical. Bert had thought that returning a stolen horse would be the right thing to d. ut instead she finds herself tied up, accused of being a horse thief, and sentenced to hang. The I’ve been a DiAnn Mills fan for some time. Her novels have always delivered, and DiAnn’s latest historical romance, The Fire in Ember, is no exception.

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Welcome to the release party for my new historical novel THE FIRE IN EMBER! This book was a lot of fun to write and I hope you all enjoy reading it. I’m so glad we’re all here together! I know. 15 October 2010 ·. PURSUIT OF JUSTICE book release celebration and KINDLE GIVEAWAY- Join us now! Welcome to our launch party for PURSUIT OF JUSTICE! I’m so glad you’re here.

DiAnn Mills, Christy Award winner and author of Pursuit of Justice, The Fire in Ember, and Under a Desert Sky "Author Kay Marshall Strom, in her professional yet heart-rending style, has penned another story that will open the eyes and change the lives of her readers

DiAnn Mills, Christy Award winner and author of Pursuit of Justice, The Fire in Ember, and Under a Desert Sky "Author Kay Marshall Strom, in her professional yet heart-rending style, has penned another story that will open the eyes and change the lives of her readers. This is an exquisitely written tale of hope and faith in the midst of difficulties born out of superstition and bondage.

John Timmons’ life is planned and orderly. He cares for his mother and four younger brothers, and their future depends on him to keep their Colorado ranch profitable. Ember Farrar (Bert) has run away from her lawbreaking family in search of a new life. But, when she attempts to return a horse that her brother had stolen, ranch hands believe she is a thief and a boy and they plan to hang her. John, who is also a deputy marshal, breaks up the hanging. After paying for the stolen horse, he takes the boy home to work off the debt. Later he learns Bert is a girl who refuses to tell him who she is and why she possessed a stolen horse. When ranchers report stolen cattle, Bert is a natural suspect. John is touched by Bert’s sweet spirit and natural gift of music. Surely she’s not a cattle thief. Bert fears for their lives when she is forced to either help her brothers steal or put the Timmons in danger. When John thinks Bert has betrayed him, he ignores God and turns revengeful. Will John learn who Bert truly is? Will their lives ever return back to normal?

Comments

Watikalate Watikalate
This book begins with a 17 year old girl, dressed like an eleven year old boy who has been beat up and is about to be hanged for stealing a horse. The hanging was thwarted by John, a rancher/farmer who also helped as a deputy. He also proved for his mother and four brothers. He took the "boy", Bert, and the horse to the neighbor it belonged to, paid the rancher $100 fine and promised to mate the mare with his incredible stallion. He took Bert home with him and put him to work to work off the fine.

Bert worked hard, but when they all decided to swim in the pond to get clean, she balked and finally told them she was a girl. The mother took her under her wings and put her in dresses and had her help her in the house and garden. She also shared the Bible and her faith with her. Bert revealed her real name was Ember but she was always called Bert. She refused to tell them anything about her upbringing but stated she did not steal the horse. She also could play the fiddle and made up songs, plus could play any song she heard, sometimes only one time. John and the oldest son, Evan, both fell in love with her. She was in love with John only.

The rustling continued and at times people thought she was involved, even though she insisted she was not. She had some very bad brothers and they found her, and threatened the lives of her "new family" if she turned them in and did not help them. She refused to tell John or his mother about all this, but John took her into town to keep his family safe as he was convinced she was involved. She stayed at the hotel and cafe where a wonderful Christian lady took care of her and provided work and lodging for her.

John in the meantime, plus the posse, were looking for the cattle, when his stallion was stolen. She finally told them about her brothers so they kidnapped her and planned to kill her. John went looking for her and they captured him, too, and were about to kill them both.

The ending is very exciting and unable to put down until the end, but I can't tell you what happened. You need to read the book to find out.

I highly recommend this book to all.
Molace Molace
Award-winning author DiAnn Mills takes readers back to northern Colorado for her latest release, "The Fire in Ember." A Western romantic adventure, the book combines faith, hope and love within an intense story of rustlers, relatives and secrets.

John Timmons breaks up a lynching in his role as deputy. He and his family give shelter to the ragtag boy he rescued from the noose. They try to learn why this likeable fellow won't give them any information other than the name "Bert."

One secret is quickly revealed: the young boy turns out to be a teen-aged girl. Cleaned up and appropriately dressed, Bert turns out to be pretty and a hard worker. Trust seems to build between Bert and the Timmons family members, but her secrets keep getting in the way.

Will John discover that Bert is a criminal and arrest her? Will Bert's secrets drive her to run away and leave the only place she has ever known acceptance? Can John and his fellow law officers solve the rash of robberies and murders spreading over the area before more violence takes place?

Set in 1888, the story takes place in Rock Falls, a town in the foothills of the Rockies. Readers first met John Timmons in "A Woman Called Sage," as a rash 18-year-old set on rescuing his youngest brother from kidnappers and avenging his father's murder. Now 23, John has functioned as the man of the family. Readers who have enjoyed "Sage" will recognize several characters, although readers who missed "Sage" will not be hindered in their enjoyment of "Ember."

Mills prides herself on delivering an adventure in her books and she accomplishes that goal with "The Fire in Ember." She has crafted a book suitable for anyone who enjoys Westerns, mysteries, romances or inspirational fiction. While there is some violence, most of it takes place off-scene. The characters are multi-faceted and we watch them grow through the book.

Don't miss "The Fire in Ember." Refresh yourself in the beauty of Colorado and the delightful fiction of an accomplished author.
Livina Livina
Although this book follows "A Woman Called Sage", it is not necessary to have read the first book in order to understand this one. This is a complete novel that stands on its own. Although I enjoyed the story for the most part, I also have mixed feelings about it. Breaking character was an issue for me. Bert was all over the place in her choices as she struggled with her situation...her indecision was consistent with her character. John, however, was portrayed as a loyal, intelligent, law abiding, family man. After all that had happened, and all that she had shared about her previous life, how could he love her one moment, then have her tried and convicted in his mind just hours later? His attitude, conclusions and actions just didn't fit his previously established attributes.
Ydely Ydely
Okay read. I never did really warm up to Ember (our heroine), perhaps because it took her so long to speak up about what she knew about the trouble the ranchers were having. I liked Leah (the mother) and her four boys, even though I'm not sure why Ember chose John over Evan, considering his serious personality. The story itself was well written with a couple of surprises thrown in. A little humor. Some Christian insight thrown in. I would recommend to those who enjoy Christian romance.
Stoneshaper Stoneshaper
The opening scene is an attention grabber with a young, suspected horse thief about to be hung. The action continues from there with a little mystery thrown in to keep you guessing. I was a bit irritated when I got about a third of the way through the book and realized that this must be the 2nd book in a series. I hate it when I don't read them in order and when there isn't a clear indication on the cover that it is in a series. There is no problem following the story if you haven't read the first book though so it was fine and I kept reading. The romance was sweet and the ending happy which is just the way I like them!