review ´ The Baby Beuest

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • The Baby Beuest
  • Lyn Cote
  • English
  • 25 December 2018
  • 9780373829750

10 thoughts on “The Baby Beuest

  1. says:

    Definitely not my favorite by this author though as always the writing is very good There just wasn't anything happening that kept me invested in the story and whatever obstacles existed became repetitive I really enjoyed reading the first one in the series but this one not so much

  2. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed The Baby Beuest the familiar Midwestern setting relate able characters and riveting plot made the book hard to put down I love it that Lyn Cote's characters are guided by their conscience and not what people think of them I like the strong women who are willing to buck society and the conventions and prejudices of the era and follow their hearts and God's leading in their lives I also liked watching how the antagonistic characters eventually came around and started to adapt their viewpoints because of the good example set by the main characters A very good read and highly recommended

  3. says:

    Excellent Ellen Thurston comes to Pepin to be the new school teacher and to get away from her familyKurt Lang has come across the ocean to get away from his demons When they find a baby at the schoolhouse door everything changes Through hardships and trials they become closer and finally they forgive themselves of the unwarranted guilt they've both dragged around for years This was a great story and I'm looking forward to returning to Pepin Wisconsin once again

  4. says:

    This is a very enjoyable book that dealt with prejudices romance and family difficulties that cause distance between family members I enjoyed the historical setting and Lyn Cote seems very careful to keep attitudes and actions appropriate for the time period she is writing about If you enjoy historical fiction this is a good one

  5. says:

    Series Wilderness Brides The Baby Beuest by Lyn CoteThis book had gotten lost in my shelves but story is good read anytimeSchoolteacher Ellen Thurston has moved to Pepin Wisconsin after her beau chooses her sister to courtshe now thinks she will stay single and teach children far from home and the gossipy tonguesThe story also tells of a German immigrant Kurt Lang and his charges a brother and a nephew he is raising alone Trying to fit in and become american as the days go by He is a lonely man and though he knows this teacher is far above him he is still attracted to her looks and her kindness as she befriends him They see one another often as she teaches his brother and nephewA baby is found one morning on the doorstep of the school it has a birthmark so all assume it was left mainly because of this Ellen is drawn to the child and wants to raise it but has lot of opposition from members of the community as a schoolteacher is to be a single woman and not have a childJust because that is how it has always been Kurt is supportive but also knows how it is to raise a child alone as he has He tries to discourage her from keeping the child Ellen soon tries to change their minds and by golly you will see sometime that trying hard to make a change in life just might be the right thing to do come read Ellen and Kurt's stories

  6. says:

    The Baby Beuest is the second book in the Wilderness Brides series It does not disappoint Ellen Thurston moves to Pepin Wisconsin for many reasons Her cousin Ophelia lives there A schoolmarm position is also available However the primary reason Ellen has left her hometown is a broken heartKurt Lang is a German immigrant who has lived in Pepin for about six months by the time Ellen moves to town He and his teenage brother and their young nephew moved to America to escape tragic events in their homeland and hope for a new start This was a very interesting story Kurt and his family are treated like second class citizens of the town Whenever anything goes wrong it seems that inevitably someone blames the Dutch family They are further insulting this family by calling them Dutch instead of German or Deutsche as it is said in their homelandEllen faces prejudice of a different kind when someone leaves a baby on the doorstep of her uarters behind the school When Ellen announces that she plans to keep the baby everyone has an opinion about a single school teacher trying to care for a babyKurt and Ellen are both drawn to each other but will they be able to overcome past hurts and truly start fresh in Pepin?I won this book through the author's blog and was not reuired to write a review but happily do so

  7. says:

    Why do i keep reading these books? Ugh I wouldn't had picked it up but I read the first one a few months ago and didn't HATE it so when I saw that this was also part of a series I picked it up But this book had far too many obstacles that they made Ellen overcome the foundling measles her brother visiting her sister visiting the German widow etc and it put her relationship with Kurt on the backburner And I'm sorry but a town that was so prejudice at the beg would not be okay with her marrying Kurt End of story

  8. says:

    This was such a good read by Lyn Cote It was also special to me as it is about a schoolteacher who is going to teach in a town that would not be far from me This book also talks about the problems that the barges have with the freezing of the Mississippi and that is doesn't run business as usualLyn when she writes she writes truly from the heart and it goes straight to your heart somewhat like an arrow and it is such a nice feeling when you are done with the book

  9. says:

    Loved itLyn Cote did another excellent job with this novel I enjoyed following the journeys of both Kurt and Ellen Their uniue backgrounds enlightening the prejudices of the past and causing their love story to be even special

  10. says:

    Once again Lyn Cote keeps us on the edge of our chairs with fully dimensional characters facing dilemmas as they try to live their lives This book is a must read

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The Baby Beuest

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Ed with responsibility Kurt knows how hard it is to raise a child alone but he will do whatever it takes to help make Ellen's dream of a family come trueWilderness Brides Finding love and a fresh start on the frontie Why do i keep

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Llen as a single mother what worries her most are her feelings for the handsome farmer who defends her decision to keep the childEllen is far above the reach of a German immigrant like Kurt Lang Especially one weight The Baby Beue

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Baby on Her DoorstepSchoolteacher Ellen Thurston never expected to find love in Pepin Wisconsin But the moment she discovers a baby boy outside her door it's love at first sight While the townsfolk don't approve of E Excellent Ell

About the Author: Lyn Cote

Lyn grew up loving books Her favorite night of the week was Friday night when the Bookmobile came to her neighborhood in Illinois She’d spend those two hours chatting with the driver of the Bookmobile and the librarian and making the big decision of the week — which books to check out In those distant days children were limited in how many books they could check out Lyn could only take home