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Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1) explained Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1) , review Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1) , trailer Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1) , box office Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1) , analysis Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1) , Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1) fa4c A New Dakotah Territory Saga From Bestselling Author Lauraine Snelling Book 1 Of Dakotah Treasures Author Lauraine Snelling Once Again Takes Readers West To The Untamed Land Of Dakota Territory, Introducing New Characters Both Unique And Appealing Ruby Torvald And Her Young Sister, Opal, Have Received An Inheritance From Their Long Lost Father Who Left Home Years Ago To Seek His Fortune In The Black Hills When They Leave Their Comfortable Situation In Chicago And Arrive At The Mining Town Of Medora To Claim Their Inheritance, The Sisters Discover That Rather Than The Legacy Of Gold They Expected, Their Father Has Left Them A Shocking Bequest Ruby S Bold Determination In The Face Of Scandal Leads The Reader On A Journey Both Heartwarming And Inspiring.

  • Hardcover
  • 285 pages
  • Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1)
  • Lauraine Snelling
  • 19 December 2018
  • 0739436295

About the Author: Lauraine Snelling

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10 thoughts on “Ruby (Dakotah Treasures, #1)

  1. says:

    I stopped reading at chapter 9 Not thrilled with my first Lauraine Snelling book Also, that building on the cover Yeah, it s a brothel Lovely, right sarcasm So even to chapter 9 there s a lot of mentions of what goes on, working girls , gambling, saloons, drinking, staring at a girl to see if s...

  2. says:

    I should say half read I gave it to stars because I hope this book got better later on I love this author but I found this book to inappropriate and dull for me It had a sweet beginning like first chapter but went off from there Saloon Working girls Drinking Romance Please NO

  3. says:

    An audacious woman s life in Little Misery It is 1882 and Ruby Torvald, 20, and her sister Opal, 9, have been living a charmed life in upper class New York City Their mother died when giving birth to Opal and their grandmother raised them until her death Their father Per took off, following the go west young man ethos, leaving his children with the well to do Brandon s where Ruby was made useful working herself up to become governess of their four young children The Torvald girls felt An audacious woman s life in Little Misery It is 1882 and Ruby Torvald...

  4. says:

    I wanted so bad to like this But in the end, I couldn t even finish it I felt like some exposition was greatly needed in the beginning of the novel Perhaps I m just dense and can t read, but I had no idea that Ruby and her sister had Norwegian ties They kept using words like far and mor, and when I first read them, I thought they were typos If it was presented in the book, I missed it until well into the story I found some of the language to be confusing There were awkward sentences for e I wanted so bad to like this But in the end, I couldn t even finish it I felt like some exposition was greatly needed in the beginning of the novel Perhaps I m just dense and can t read, but I had no idea that Ruby and her sister had Norwegian ties They kept using words like far and mor, and when I first read them, I thought they were typos If it was presented in the book, I missed it until well into the story I found some of the lang...

  5. says:

    This is just a QUICK REVIEW of my thoughts on the book I read this several years ago now, but I remember I wasn t impressed with it It was fairly preachy, largely boring and the main character was sanctimonious and un interesting I d actually forgotten I d read it until I brought it home from the library and read the blurb and skimmed through it I m not saying you shouldn t read it just that I ve ready MANY Christian Fiction books which are a lotenjoyable than this one.Is there a This is just a QUICK REVIEW of my thoughts on the book I read this several years ago now, but I remember I wasn t impressed with it It was fairly preachy, largely boring and the main character was sanctimonious and un interesting I d actually forgotten I d read it until I brought it home from the library and read the blurb and skimmed through it I...

  6. says:

    It s funny to me read strange how I read this novel the entire way through and never realized it was written by an author I enjoy very much and have read a number of her works.I flipped back and forth throughout the entire story from I like this to I really like this , back to I like this I m not sure if it was the story or me.I found myself stressed during the majority of the story, with the plot centering around the late 1800s Western growth, in this case, Dakota Territories, because i It s funny to me read strange how I read this novel the entire way through and never realized it was written by an author I enjoy very much and have read a number of her works.I flipped back and forth throughout the entire story from I like this to I really like this , back to I like this I m not sure if it was the story or me.I found myself stressed during the majority of the story, with the plot centering around the late 1800s Western growth, in this case, Dakota Territories, because it was about a father who had left his family in the East, and opened a brothel in the Dakota Territories When he died, his daughters inherited the establishment and most of the plot was them most specifically the elder daughter trying to convert the brothel into a hotel and restaurant However, the three soiled doves were kept on, although in a different capacity.Although the main character, Ruby, was a lovely and moral girl, her goodness had little to do with her faith I ke...

  7. says:

    This book reminded me of old western fiction I enjoyed when I was younger The premise here is of a twenty old lady, Ruby who looks after her little precocious sister Opal in New York whilst waiting on word from her father One day she receives a letter to come to Little Missouri to see her dying father When she gets there, life becomesthan she bargained for I ll be honest, this novel isof a slower pace and quite unexpected topic given it is a Christian novel It isn t of the typic This book reminded me of old western fiction I enjoyed when I was younger The premise here is of a twenty old lady, Ruby who looks after her little precocious sister Opal in New York whilst waiting on word from her ...

  8. says:

    Ruby Torvald and her sister, Opal have received an inheritance from their long lost father who left the family years prior to seeking his fortune in the Black Hills.They leave Chicago and arrive at the mining town of Medora to claim their inheritance Ruby is shocked at what their father has left them.I enjoy a strong protagonist, and Ruby didn t disappoint Under opposition, she pressed into the unknown.I got a small taste of life in early America The lawlessness, the rawness, and the humannes Ruby Torvald and her sister, Opal have received an inheritance from their long lost father who left the family years prior to seeking his fortune in the Black Hills.They leave Chicago and arrive at the mining town of Medora to claim their inheritance Ruby is shocked at what their father has left them.I enjoy a strong protagonist, and Rub...

  9. says:

    The only reason I gave this book two stars is because I finished it I wanted to know what happened, even if by 60% of the way through I d decided that Ruby was a sanctimonious shrew who had a very tenuous grasp of reality I really, really didn t like her I admit that I didn t realize this was a Christian novel before I started it Normally I can tolerate some light soul searching for the greater good, but the constant whining about not reading the bible really had me feeling like Ruby was jus The only reason I gave this book two stars is because I finished it I wanted to know what happened, even if by 60% of the way through I d decided that Ruby was a sanctimonious shrew who had a very tenuous grasp of reality I really, really didn t like her I admit that I didn t realize this was a Christian novel before I started it Normally I can tolerate some light soul searching for the greater good, but the constant whining about not reading the bible really had me feeling like Ruby was just a hypocrite Yeah, you re tired, I get it, but either pick up the book or shut up about it and deal with your guilt You don t have to read the bible daily and spout bible quotes in order to be a good person or a good Christian I really disliked this book So, constant bible quoting aside, I felt this was a pretty pointless story There was build up with the Captain, and with Rand Harrison, and neither came to fruition by the end of the story I assumed from ...

  10. says:

    Lauraine Snelling is the author of the book, Ruby It is the first book in the Dakota Treasures Series The book mainly takes place in a town called Dakota and in New York in the 1880 s The main characters are Ruby and her sister Opal Ruby and Opal s mom died while giving birth to Opal After her death their dad left th...

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