Molly's New Song

Molly's New Song

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2020, , Historical

Having lost her Georgia home, along with her brother and mother, to the war, Molly Stewart is left penniless with a broken father. She signs up with the Pelican Rapids Mail-Order Brides agency in Minnesota, and Mrs. Ella Milton matches her with local farmer, Luke Ferrell. An attraction develops between Molly and Luke after months of corresponding, and they decide to marry. Knowing her father will never agree to the match, Molly runs away to Pelican Rapids, taking her grand piano with her—the only thing saved when Sherman’s army burned her home.

Luke is smitten with the sweet, beautiful Molly, and will do anything to win her love, even building onto his small farmhouse to accommodate her piano. Molly admires her handsome fiancé, but rumors that he still loves another woman disturb her, and he wants to keep delaying their wedding day. And why is he reluctant to discuss his past?

But Molly realizes she hasn’t been totally honest either. When she reveals to Luke the reason her piano is so important to her, it opens wounds in Luke’s past that threaten their happiness.

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    Molly's New Song Reviews

  • Marilyn

    A masterful and vivid read that gave way to a beautiful faith message of forgiveness, God’s grace and love. Molly was a resilient young lady that lost a lot during the Civil War. When an opportunity...

  • Rainelle

    Molly and Luke’s story is a sweet story to read. The author maintains the story around the two lead characters. The plot of the story held my attention page after page. The tragedy of the families d...

  • PAMpublish

    Another heartwarming historical (post Civil War era) Christian mail-order bride romance of Elaine Manders' about a young woman from Georgia and victim of Sherman's rampage, who seeks a new life out we...

  • Shonda

    A wonderful story on forgiveness and God’s redeeming love. Great characters that you can’t help but fall in love with. A sweet clean romance that is sure to melt your heart. ...

  • Sandra Sorola

    As happened to so many young women after the Civil War split the country in two, Molly Stewart, a young lady from Georgia felt a devastating loss. Her Mother and her Brother both perished. She decides...

  • Linda

    I love Elaine Manders’ books, and Molly’s New Song is another wonderful story written by this author. Vivid description evoke the atrocities and difficulties of war experienced separately by Molly...

  • Lori

    After reading this wonderful story, I need to go back and read the first four books. This is a post civil war story. It is about relying on the Holy Spirit’s leading in our lives. And as Molly and L...

  • Marie Bourgery

    Molly and Luke both ran away to escape difficult situations. The Civil War was terrible especially in the Union's treatment of southern civilians in the war zone. I don't blame Luke for going to extre...

  • Dorothey Thompson

    Molly’s New SongThis was a good story. Molly lived in Georgia after the civil war. Her father could not seem to get anything going as far as recovery from the war. Molly decided to become a mail ord...

  • Ellen White

    Post Civil War era, Molly loosing so much, had the courage to be a MOB with letters and agreeing to marry a farmer. She had a piano shipped, of which he built on a room for her. The wedding was planne...