Sarah Jane

Sarah Jane Sarah Jane Jefferson never felt like she was important to anyone Just one of the fifteen orphaned girls Edna Petunia Sanders adopted she spent her days working in an orphanage She had no real talent

  • Title: Sarah Jane
  • Author: Kirsten Osbourne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sarah Jane Jefferson never felt like she was important to anyone Just one of the fifteen orphaned girls Edna Petunia Sanders adopted, she spent her days working in an orphanage She had no real talent other than cooking, but she knew how to love Needing someone to play Santa Claus for the orphans Christmas party, she approached the handsome young pastor, Micah Barton, tSarah Jane Jefferson never felt like she was important to anyone Just one of the fifteen orphaned girls Edna Petunia Sanders adopted, she spent her days working in an orphanage She had no real talent other than cooking, but she knew how to love Needing someone to play Santa Claus for the orphans Christmas party, she approached the handsome young pastor, Micah Barton, the new man in town Micah Barton had his eye on one of the orphans the Sanders had adopted, and when she approached him to help her at the Christmas party, he couldn t refuse When a little girl captured his heart at the party, and he needed a wife to help him raise her, he knew what he had to do They could parent the little girl together easily, but could they live as husband and wife as effortlessly Or were they destined to be in a loveless marriage for the rest of their lives

    One thought on “Sarah Jane”

    1. What an enjoyable book. Sarah Jane is just going about her life, she lives in a home full of girls that were all orphans and she works in the local orphanage as she knows what it was like. The new pastor in town Micah has noticed her and he wants to court her but she can't understand why her as there are so many other girls that are better suited. The courtship is going well until they both realize that they want to save a little girl Chrissy that lives at the orphanage but they will need to be [...]

    2. An interesting look at orphans and their possible outlook on life. This story focuses on the Christian religion and has a fair amount of praying in it so if you aren't into this then perhaps you should skip this book.The story itself is very sweet and believable. It kept my interest and I wanted to see how things would pan out for the couple and their little adoptee.I loved that all the orphan 'sisters' would happily go out of their way to help one another. This world would surely be a better pl [...]

    3. Just okay-Although he story line was a bit unusual, I have to say that the story was just okay. I will say that it is clean with no sex scenes. The family that Sarah Jane was "adopted" into was large and unusual. Since 15 girls were adopted at once, it made for a large and noisy group. The romance between Sarah Jane and Micah was a quick one even though very proper. Both of them falling in love with a little 6 year old orphan named Chrissy was one of the few a surprises in the story.Sarah Jane's [...]

    4. SarahWhat a wonderful sweet book.It was like opening a book of old friends because I already knew most of the characters from previous books.This is a sweet romance with a bit of a twist.I loved it and can't wait for the next book in the series.It is always fun to visit an old friend or two.

    5. Good readI so enjoy reading about this story line that includes the town of nowhere an the rest of its people . Making it like a part of a story that continues on so glad to see that . Thank you for a wonderful story line

    6. Awesome storyI was so excited to get the next installment of the saga that is Orlan Orphans. You did not disappoint Kirsten. I loved every word! Thank you from the bottom of my Kindle .

    7. Didn't hold my interest. I just read a review that said these are characters from a series so perhaps if I had read other books I might have connected but without having done so this held little interest.

    8. It was okayThis wasn't one of my favorites but it kept my interest. I would only recommend this book to those who have read the others in the series.

    9. Special RelationshipsWonderful story of orphans and adoption with Christian themed romance woven into it! Definitely waiting for book number two- Barbie

    10. Nowhere near enough of itSorry, couldn't resist the pun.For one who writes an easy and sweet read Kirsten's ability to understand and express human behavior is exceptional.

    11. As AboveYes this Lady Can Write Wonderful And Great Stories. I Am So Glad I Do Not know What I Would Do With out her Books. They Full my lonely DaysShirley Ketcham

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