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When comes the spring [text (large print)] / Janette Oke.

By: Oke, Janette, 1935-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oke, Janette, Canadian West series: 2.; Kennebec Large Print superior collection: Detroit, Michigan : Kennebec Large Print, 2012Copyright date: ©1985Edition: Large print edition.Description: 435 pages (large print) ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781410443878; 1410443876.Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police -- Fiction | Women pioneers -- Fiction | Women teachers -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Frontier and pioneer life -- Fiction | Large type booksGenre/Form: Christian fiction. | Romance fiction. | Historical fiction.DDC classification: 813/.54 Summary: Elizabeth and Wynn find that their commitment to God and to each other gives their life meaning. Can their love for each other sustain them through a harsh winter, loneliness, and rigors of life without any of the conveniences they're used to?
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After a year of teaching in a one-room schoolhouse on the western frontier, Elizabeth plans her wedding to Wynn Delaney of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. As they begin their new life together at his isolated outpost in the far north, Elizabeth is unprepared for the loneliness she feels and the rigors of life without any of the conveniences she's accustomed to. Her deep love for Wynn and her faith in God seem like all she has. But will that be enough?

Elizabeth and Wynn find that their commitment to God and to each other gives their life meaning. Can their love for each other sustain them through a harsh winter, loneliness, and rigors of life without any of the conveniences they're used to?