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Marcia Schuyler Grace Livingston Hill Weaves An Enchanting Love Triangle And Introduces One Of Her Most Delightful Characters In Part One Of The Miranda Trilogy Two Sisters Are As Different As Night And Day And Inexplicably Linked By The Man They Both Desire Kate Schuyler Lives Only For What Pleases Her In The Moment, While Marcia Schuyler Sacrifices Her Youth To Marry Her Older Sister S Jilted Fiance Can Marcia Endure Living In Borrowed Clothes And A Borrowed Home With A Borrowed Husband Is There Hope To Win Her Husband S Love When Kate Returns, Spinning A Web Of Deceit

About the Author: 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.niece to Isabella MacDonald Alden

10 thoughts on “Marcia Schuyler

  1. says:

    Marcia Schuyler Miranda Trilogy 1 , Grace Livingston HillGrace Livingston Hill weaves an enchanting love triangle and introduces one of her most delightful characters in part one of the Miranda trilogy Two sisters are as different as night and day and inexplicably linked by the man they both desire Kate Schuyler lives only for what pleases her in the moment, while Marcia Schuyler sacrifices her youth to marry her old

  2. says:

    If you have never read any of Ms.Hill s novels, I would like to recommend this one as a good start She wrote over 100 novels along the lines of Louisa May Alcott, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and Laura Ingalls Wilder Simple stories, romantic, heart warming What s not to like They provide a short, easy read, a nice break when one is needed.

  3. says:

    3.5 starsAn enjoyable story about a young wife in the early 1800s It was a clean marriage of convenience tale set on the early days of rail travel There were so many antagonists that I grew weary of conflict after conflict I felt like it really overshadowed a sweet little romance and made it hard to really focus on the David Marcia romance, and a lot of that ended up rushed as a result So I couldn t call itthan good, but

  4. says:

    When I was younger, we would go visit my great aunt during the summers She lived in this bitty town in nowhere southern Indiana She talked non stop, called everyone by their first and middle names together, set her thermostat at 60 degrees, and cooked with real butter and cream She told everyone how to do everything For entertainment, we would drive around to check on how the corn was doing or out to the old farm in Paxton

  5. says:

    Ehhhh, too many evil women.

  6. says:

    Marcia Schuyler revolves around Marcia and her sister Kate and their relationship with David Spafford The story begins a few days before Kate is to wed David Marcia sees David s worth and rejoices in her sister s good fortune, but Kate herself finds David too staid and moralising As a result, she elopes with another man the night before the wedding On the morning of the wedding, the Schuyler family discovers Kate s note expla

  7. says:

    This book was so fascinating that I could hardly put it down or stop thinking about it I read it as fast as I could because I just had to know the ending The story revolves around 3 people whose lives are forever changed the day of a wedding I can t saywithout exposing the main theme of the story the main problem to be dealt with I found it very captivating It s not necessarily a happy read for a good chunk of the book It can be

  8. says:

    This book, written in 1908, was a surprise to me concerning the soap opera content Jealous women, beguiled men

  9. says:

    When you come across Grace Livingston Hill for the first time, you get the impression that she is a writer of sweet, romantic, old fashioned fiction which is true on one level But she has a surprising talent for creating nasty characters I mean she comes up with some real pieces of work And in this book, she puts our poor heroine in a pretty outlandish situation due to the actions of one of those nasty people, which at first strikes

  10. says:

    I read Grace Livingston Hill obsessively as a teen, because Christian romances were allowed in my home as Harlequin romances were not After a recent visit I decided to reread two of my favorites and YIKES they are so so so bad.In this one, for example, Marcia is 17 when her parents marry her off to her sister s fiance, after the sister leaves him on their wedding day The fiance is 10 years older and the ostensible purpose of this arra

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