Where the Heart Leads (Heart of the Prairie #2)



Where the Heart Leads (Heart of the Prairie #2) After his graduation from college, Thomas Ollenburger is filled with big dreams and many questions What will he do for a career Should he marry Where will he call home Torn between his Mennonite roots on the Kansas prairie and his love for the big city of Boston, as well as his affection for a girl in each location, Thomas is unsure of his place in the world He has always sought God s leading in his decision making, but now it seems as if God is staying silent Has Thomas s heart led him astray New Read Where the Heart Leads (Heart of the Prairie #2) [ By ] Kim Vogel Sawyer [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 347 pages
  • Where the Heart Leads (Heart of the Prairie #2)
  • Kim Vogel Sawyer
  • English
  • 21 September 2017
  • 0764202634

10 thoughts on “Where the Heart Leads (Heart of the Prairie #2)

  1. Hannah says:

    My very favorite thing about this book was the clear Gospel message that was given Thomas is a hero to root for and one who s easily recognized as a man of honor, even as he sorts through what sort of man God intends him to be Definitely recommended

  2. Shari Larsen says:

    This is the 2nd book in the Heart of the Prairie series it picks up 10 years after the first book, Waiting for Summer s Return Thomas Ollenburger is now 20 years old, and has just graduated from college in Boston, where he has been living with his step grandmother Nadine.He returns for the summer to Kansas, not far from the Mennonite community where he grew up, where his father Peter and his family are now liv...

  3. Zette says:

    I was looking forward to reading this sequel to Waiting for Summer s Return to find out what happens to young Thomas Ollenburger as he becomes a man He turned out to be the man I hoped he would become and was faithful to his father s teachings and Godly heritage I prefer a book with a littlespark to the romance so I was a bit disappointed in that area You don t even know who Thomas is really interested in for most of the book The ending was s...

  4. Chelsea says:

    My one disappointment was that I feel there should have been a book between the first one in these series and this book The story started about 6 7 years from the first book where some very significant events occurred so I felt disconnected from the story from the beginning.

  5. Mayda says:

    I did not read the first book in this series Perhaps if I had, I would have found this novelenjoyable Regardless, I thought the story was shallow and the plot lacking The outcome was predictable and the characters, stereotypical The narrator in this audio version was just plain annoying, especially...

  6. AlegnaB † says:

    2.5

  7. Holly says:

    Where the Heart Leads was a good historical novel Set in the early 1900 s, it s the story of Thomas Ollenburger and how he wants to spend his life after college The story itself was ok, if not predictable and if I can tell it s predictable, well, let s just say I usually can t pick up on that.For most of the story, I ended up rooting for the underdog I won t spoil it So the ending was a bit disappointing in that respect Thomas is a fabulous character who really doesn t know what he wants, Where the Heart Leads was a good historical novel Set in the early 1900 s, it s the story of Thomas Ollenburger and how he wants to spend his life after college The story itself was ok, if not predictable and if I can tell it s predictable, well, let s just say I usually can t pick up on that.For most of the story, I ended up rooting for the underdog I won t spoil it So the ending was a bit disappointing in that respect Thomas is a fabulous character who really doesn t know what he wants, a classic case in most people his age Religion plays a HUGE part in his life, something I hadn t seen coming There was nothing about it in the summary, but it was pleasant all the same, seeing how he worked it into his everyday life and how devoted he was.I guess I don t read many romances, so this was a little boring for me I m used to action packed suspense mysteries Granted, there were ti...

  8. Darina says:

    Disappointing The first book of the series was good This one is also well written and with likeable characters but the plot lacks view spoiler According to the description it is Thomas story, a love triangle, which lady lifestyle would he choose Well, Belinda, one of the love interests is not in fact a love interest at all She has some infatuation with him but then she decides she only loves him as a brother i...

  9. Joleen Devens says:

    This book continues the story from the 1st book in this series It is about when Thomas grows up and attends college in Boston He is staying at his grandmothers house I love how the author shows what follow...

  10. Deliasue says:

    This is the second book of the Ollenburger series, It takes place in Kansas, the son that she fell in love with has grown up and left she and his dad, for Boston to college, but he never forgets his upbringing and his christian faith, he meets a non christian girl, falls in love but has a problem with marrying a non believer, his mennonite faith has kicked in and he finds himself leaving boston for kansas and home, leaving his heart with this girl who was spoiled and beautiful.she fin...

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