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The Wind Harp (The Mountain Song Legacy #2) pdf The Wind Harp (The Mountain Song Legacy #2), ebook The Wind Harp (The Mountain Song Legacy #2), epub The Wind Harp (The Mountain Song Legacy #2), doc The Wind Harp (The Mountain Song Legacy #2), e-pub The Wind Harp (The Mountain Song Legacy #2), The Wind Harp (The Mountain Song Legacy #2) 5ac0d9834e8 When Maggie MacAuley Returns To The Small Coal Town Of Her Childhood, She Has No Intention Of Staying There S Nothing To Keep Her In Skingle Creek Nothing But The Discovery That A Man Who Has Lived Most Of His Life For The Children Of Skingle Creek Is No Longer The Hero Of Maggie S Childhood But Seems Destined To Become The Love Of Her Life


10 thoughts on “The Wind Harp (The Mountain Song Legacy #2)

  1. says:

    I m rather disappointed in this book When I read the first book in the Mountain Song Legacy, I was impressed with Ms Hoff s descriptive writing talent and excellent story weaving though I wasn t too keen on the setting With this book, I just didn t feel the same talented writing The writing isn t exactly poor, justless than ideal My tastes have probably changed As for the actual story, it didn t particularly appeal to me I mean, a romance between a girl and her former teacher who is 15 years older than her Rather strange in my opinion But the dear, sweet children who were suffering abuse their story is heartbreaking yet beautiful Other than them, I felt little connection to the characters I appreciated how mature both Maggie and Jonathan are Though at 24 and 39, I suppose maturity is to be expected Basically, I would call The Wind Harp mediocre It left no very remarkable impressions on me.


  2. says:

    Here is a sweet Historical Romance This can be read as a stand alone book however, the experience is enriched if it is read after reading the first book in The Mountain Song Legacy series A Distant Music provides detailed descriptions of the setting and the personal backgrounds of the two leading characters in The Wind Harp making them already familiar friends before embarking on the journey with them through this second book This book isn t anywhere near as haunting in its tone as the first one nevertheless, life in Skingle Creek, Kentucky is still full of hard knocks and pain.


  3. says:

    I didn t really enjoy the first book of this series but this book than made up for it The plot line keeps moving and one can t help but be sucked into the developing love story I especially liked Maggie s parents in this book Straight forward and loving but having life issues as we all do Maggie s character is well developed and her interaction with her sister is charming.A very good read.


  4. says:

    The main subject of The Wind Harp is abuse parental and spousal The main characters, the MacAuley family, are held up as a family who loves, versus the abusive families where there is little or no love This story begins when Maggie returns home after being away to college and career because her father was injured in a mining accident While at home Maggie finds reasons to stay in her hometown of Skingle Creek BJ Hoff is a good author This story is not totally predictable Her character descriptions are good It is an interesting read.


  5. says:

    This book had a different feel than the first book and I liked the first book better The Wind Harp takes place about ten years after A Distant Music with many of the same characters and the same setting This book somehow felt somewhat empty I wasn t able to relate to the characters as well and felt as if the author kinda took an out by making it too focused on the romance something I had been quite happy to find in a limited qualities in the first book It wasn t that the romance was inappropriate, because I don t think it was, and I thought some of it fit in the book, just not so much There were also several things I disagreed with in the book, such as the mindset that happiness was so important I agree that we should have a deep joy but although happiness is something I would really like, it s not a main focus in life because happiness isn t a guarantee, and as much as you want to, you can t promise to make someone else happy This was just from one chapter of the book, but it bothered me Overall the book kept me wanting to turn pages and find out what was happening next, but overall I wasn t satisfied I will most likely read the third book in the series because it is interesting I m giving the book 3 out of 5 stars and 4 out of 10 stars.


  6. says:

    The second book in BJ Hoff s The Mountain Song Legacy continues with Maggie coming back to stay in the coal mining town where she grew up Maggie and her childhood teacher, Jonathon Stuart fall in love It is a touching love story and since my mother was born in a coal mining town, I enjoy reading and learning about the struggles of the families who lived in coal mining towns in the early 1900 s.


  7. says:

    After reading Books 1 and 3 in the Mountain Song Legacy trilogy, I appreciated the story s completion Of course it would have been better to read them in sequence, but The Wind Harp was the last one available from the library Problems in a remote Kentucky coal town included a sensitive discussion of child and spouse abuse A tender love story offered some relief from the harshness of 1900 s mountain life I recommend this series as quality Christian fiction.


  8. says:

    A Heart Warming StoryI found myself smiling and sometimes crying as I read the story of Maggie and Jonathan Such a love story that you want to read about and I can t wait to read the last novel of this trilogy.


  9. says:

    The ending was no surprise I had a feeling in the previous book that this might be happening A very cute love story.


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