Coming Through the Rye

Coming Through the Rye Rugged incorruptible Evan Sherwood had to bring Romayne s brother and father to justice even if it meant losing her love Grace Livingston Hill is the beloved author of than books Read and enjoyed

  • Title: Coming Through the Rye
  • Author: Grace Livingston Hill
  • ISBN: 9780842303576
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rugged, incorruptible Evan Sherwood had to bring Romayne s brother and father to justice even if it meant losing her love Grace Livingston Hill is the beloved author of than 100 books Read and enjoyed by millions, her wholesome stories contain adventure, romance, and the heartwarming triumphs of people faced with the problems of life and love.

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    About “Grace Livingston Hill

    • Grace Livingston Hill

      also wrote under the pseudonym Marcia MacDonaldalso published under the name Grace Livingston Hill LutzA popular author of her day, she wrote over 100 novels and numerous short stories of religious and Christian fiction Her characters were most often young female ing nues, frequently strong Christian women or those who become so within the confines of the story.



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    • I have read a lot of Hill's novels, most of them given to me by my Mom and Grandmother when I was a young girl. They are old fashioned in their views of women and society, but they are still romantic. I still reread them all the time because I love believing in the happy endings, Like most of Hill's novels it is about a beautiful young woman (Romayne) who needs the help of a man (Evan) to get through a tough situation. Through the story they discover themselves, their faith, and they fall n love [...]


    • Grace Livingston Hill in her new book, “Coming Through the Rye” Book Eight in the Love Endures series published by Barbour Publishing, Inc. takes us into the life of Romayne Ransom.From the back cover: “Another lightning glance went around the circle. She could not tell what it was about, that quick motionless look…but it gave her a chill of foreboding.”Happy times become the worst of times in a matter of moments for Romayne Ransom. After returning home from a canceled weekend party, R [...]


    • Romayne Ransom has a huge shock discovering that her beloved father has been involved in shady dealings. She's unwilling to accept it, even to the point of being harsh with the officers she discovers waiting to arrest him at their home. Leading them is Evan Sherwood, who feels awful about having to push Romayne into such an upsetting discovery and basically killing her innocence and childhood. It stinks being a dream-wrecker. It gets worse though, because her prideful father is so upset knowing [...]


    • OK, Hill's books are corny, old-fashioned, very class-conscious, and a little too repetitive (poor, persecuted girl; great danger; many difficulties; rescue by someone rich and handsome). However, if saved, the main characters are very upright and earnest in living for God. I like that desire for personal holiness they exemplify. It's also fun to read books that were written many decades ago: you get interesting insights into the culture that people living today and writing about that time just [...]


    • I picked this book up from "friends of the library", because the book had the inscription of: Jean Warfield Davis from "Grandma B" Christmas, 1926. I wanted to see what Grandma's were giving to their granddaughters in 1926. Story: Young Christian girl, Romayne Ranson has been brought up to respect elders, and care for others. It is the time of prohibition. Unbeknown to her, due to lack of monies in her household, her father and brother have become members of a bootleggers business. During a raid [...]


    • i've been interested in reading some books by Hill. I knew she was a well known christian writer but I didn't know what her books were like. I like that her books take place in the past and have strong female's as the leading role. This novel was very short, which i think most of her books are that way. But, she wrote so many! I feel her writing is a bit predicatable and she doesn't develop the characters much, but i will probably read some more of them.



    • Frankly I don't remember anything about this book except that I picked it up because it made me think of Catcher in the Rye, which I loved and that I wanted it to be better than it was.


    • I love Grace Livingston Hill's books, mainly because she writes from a different era. Though the publishers tried to update her books by putting a 70's picture on the front, her stories are still set in the classic Grace Livingston Hill time period, the 30's and 40's. This was a time in our history where life had rules, there was a distinct right and wrong, and classes of people were defined differently than today. Not that it was better, it was just different; unlike our world today where every [...]


    • This book was chosen for my book club and I thought it was a cute story. The author died in 1947 and she is known for being a Christian writer. The story is about prohibition and the family's it affects and a love story entertwined.


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