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Books 1-3 in the Texas Women of Spirit series. Clean, Christian fiction set in 1890's Texas. Book 1: The River Girl's Song Zillia Bright never dreamed she’d be orphaned at sixteen and left to care for her baby brother and Papa’s farm. With only a mule and a hundred year old shotgun , she must fight to protect what’s hers. Countless dangers lurk on the Bastrop, Texas river Books 1-3 in the Texas Women of Spirit series. Clean, Christian fiction set in 1890's Texas. Book 1: The River Girl's Song Zillia Bright never dreamed she’d be orphaned at sixteen and left to care for her baby brother and Papa’s farm. With only a mule and a hundred year old shotgun , she must fight to protect what’s hers. Countless dangers lurk on the Bastrop, Texas riverside. Zillia must rely on the help of her best friends, Soonie and Wylder, to hold her world together. With Zillia’s struggles come unexpected miracles, and proof that God might just listen to the prayers of a river girl. Book 2: The Comanche Girl's Prayer It's 1890. Called by God, nineteen-year-old Soonie Eckhart travels to an illegal Comanche and Kiowa settlement in North Texas to become a teacher for the children in hiding. Despite her Comanche roots, she finds many in the group, including a volatile young man named Lone Warrior, refuse to accept her. After a chance encounter in the hills with a band of dangerous men, Soonie must draw on the deepest parts of her faith and courage to survive. Book 3: The Saloon Girl's Journey Weary of the saloon girl life—and tired of being slapped around—Darla North decides to start over and let her new-found faith lead her. A friend sends her to Downs House, a place for ‘unfortunate women.’ Darla is offered a home—if she can behave herself. Old habits are hard to break, but Darla is desperate to prove to everyone that she's changed, especially Ethan Downs, the owner's sensitive and sweet son. But when Darla's past threatens to catch up with her, she must decide to face the truth . . . or run away again.


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Books 1-3 in the Texas Women of Spirit series. Clean, Christian fiction set in 1890's Texas. Book 1: The River Girl's Song Zillia Bright never dreamed she’d be orphaned at sixteen and left to care for her baby brother and Papa’s farm. With only a mule and a hundred year old shotgun , she must fight to protect what’s hers. Countless dangers lurk on the Bastrop, Texas river Books 1-3 in the Texas Women of Spirit series. Clean, Christian fiction set in 1890's Texas. Book 1: The River Girl's Song Zillia Bright never dreamed she’d be orphaned at sixteen and left to care for her baby brother and Papa’s farm. With only a mule and a hundred year old shotgun , she must fight to protect what’s hers. Countless dangers lurk on the Bastrop, Texas riverside. Zillia must rely on the help of her best friends, Soonie and Wylder, to hold her world together. With Zillia’s struggles come unexpected miracles, and proof that God might just listen to the prayers of a river girl. Book 2: The Comanche Girl's Prayer It's 1890. Called by God, nineteen-year-old Soonie Eckhart travels to an illegal Comanche and Kiowa settlement in North Texas to become a teacher for the children in hiding. Despite her Comanche roots, she finds many in the group, including a volatile young man named Lone Warrior, refuse to accept her. After a chance encounter in the hills with a band of dangerous men, Soonie must draw on the deepest parts of her faith and courage to survive. Book 3: The Saloon Girl's Journey Weary of the saloon girl life—and tired of being slapped around—Darla North decides to start over and let her new-found faith lead her. A friend sends her to Downs House, a place for ‘unfortunate women.’ Darla is offered a home—if she can behave herself. Old habits are hard to break, but Darla is desperate to prove to everyone that she's changed, especially Ethan Downs, the owner's sensitive and sweet son. But when Darla's past threatens to catch up with her, she must decide to face the truth . . . or run away again.

30 review for The Texas Women of Spirit Trilogy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ellen White

    Comanche Girl Prayer The year of 1890 a strong faith to go to Texas to teach children in hiding. She is only nineteen, what an undertaking. Saloon Girl Darla tired of the life she was living, goes and now finds herself in a house of women of the night. She is determined and how she makes changes. A favorite of how her new faith guiding her. Looking at the hardship of women in the 1890's, they were still almost a child, yet having to make decisions as adult, and the hard changes that would occur. Dif Comanche Girl Prayer The year of 1890 a strong faith to go to Texas to teach children in hiding. She is only nineteen, what an undertaking. Saloon Girl Darla tired of the life she was living, goes and now finds herself in a house of women of the night. She is determined and how she makes changes. A favorite of how her new faith guiding her. Looking at the hardship of women in the 1890's, they were still almost a child, yet having to make decisions as adult, and the hard changes that would occur. Difficult to read in someways, of how they had to do what was needed to survive Given audio also. was good for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    The Texas Women of Spirit is a trilogy where one book flows into the next telling the story of three girls and how they overcome obstacles and find happiness in the Texas wilderness. The first book in the series is The River Girl's Song and tells the story of Zilla Bright and how she fights to keep the family farm, raise her infant baby brother and find happiness with Wylder Eckhart. The second book is about Wyler's sister Sonnie Eckhart and her journey to become a school teacher to in a group of The Texas Women of Spirit is a trilogy where one book flows into the next telling the story of three girls and how they overcome obstacles and find happiness in the Texas wilderness. The first book in the series is The River Girl's Song and tells the story of Zilla Bright and how she fights to keep the family farm, raise her infant baby brother and find happiness with Wylder Eckhart. The second book is about Wyler's sister Sonnie Eckhart and her journey to become a school teacher to in a group of illegal Native Americans living in North Texas off the reservation. She faces many dangers and find her happiness with Lone Warrior, a strong Kiowa warrior that saves her and finds his way back to God in The Comanche Girl's Prayer. The final book of the trilogy is The Saloon Girl's Journey, the story of Darla and how she leaves her former life and finds her way to safety and happiness at Ma Down's house doing good works in Dallas along with Ethan Downs. It is full of adventure, humor and interesting characters she meets in her travels. I enjoyed all three books, each for a different reason and look forward to the next book in the series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Birgit

    Three books, following the hard lives of three friends in the Texas area in the late 1890ies. Three good Christian romances; I do not know enough about the history to really say if the author - as she assures the reader - has done extensive research, but from where I stand, some occurrences or actions by the protagonists seemed to be a little far-fetched to me. But as I said, I do not know enough about this history or this area. The characters were very likeable, the narration style fluid and kee Three books, following the hard lives of three friends in the Texas area in the late 1890ies. Three good Christian romances; I do not know enough about the history to really say if the author - as she assures the reader - has done extensive research, but from where I stand, some occurrences or actions by the protagonists seemed to be a little far-fetched to me. But as I said, I do not know enough about this history or this area. The characters were very likeable, the narration style fluid and keeping the plot going nicely along. Not a cowboy versus Native Indian story with lots and lots of bloodshed, not nail-biting tension as in an adventure story perhaps, but nice and heartwarming stories of how to survive in a hard country and in hard times, and still stay in your faith.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie E Case

    Great story writing. I throughly enjoyed reading this book series. Zillia, then Soonie, and finally Darla. There adventures felt true to life. There was some grammar problems, she needed better proof readers. These are clean stories, with love that didn't get explicit. I was happy about that. Anyone reading these stories will love them. Great story writing. I throughly enjoyed reading this book series. Zillia, then Soonie, and finally Darla. There adventures felt true to life. There was some grammar problems, she needed better proof readers. These are clean stories, with love that didn't get explicit. I was happy about that. Anyone reading these stories will love them.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    E-Reader. Christian / Fiction I really liked the three books (bk1-3). There are too many characters to list.  I will there be some dangerous incidents & romantic elements! I hope you will like all of theses books, as much as I did! I've already downed loaded book 5, The River Girl's Christmas! E-Reader. Christian / Fiction I really liked the three books (bk1-3). There are too many characters to list.  I will there be some dangerous incidents & romantic elements! I hope you will like all of theses books, as much as I did! I've already downed loaded book 5, The River Girl's Christmas!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    Great book!!!!!!!!!! A well written book, hard to put down!!! Great read!!! A good read with enough suspense to keep you reading, yet very relaxing reading, hard to put down but not impossible.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Robin Clemons

    Courageous spirit The characters in all three stories were well developed and lent an air of anticipation to make one feel compelled to continue reading. I have read the excerpt for book four and will definitely purchase it so I can lean more about these courageous women.

  8. 5 out of 5

    bonna sawyers

    I enjoyed the stories very much. It is very interesting to read of life back then I,m sure it was very liked that for some people.We all need to be so thankful for what we have today.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Audrey

    I enjoyed this book! The characters come to life as the author describes the scenery with great finesse. Once again the mercies and love of God are demonstrated even though DARLA has a sordid past. Love wins again!

  10. 5 out of 5

    linda corley

    Great book I like books that keep your attention throughout the whole book. This one did. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes good Christian fiction. I gave it this rating because of how it drew my attention .

  11. 4 out of 5

    SW Cubby

    True adventures Each book filled with an exciting journey of a strong woman & the men they fall in love with. Enjoying this Christian author, she is amazingly talented. Looking forward to other books she has.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Arlene

    Excellent. Books I really enjoyed these stories a lot. These stories involve the same girls as they grow up.one a white girl, one native American. So many prejudices. Well written, great descriptions, dialog, not too preachy.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Good title for this series This series of cozy books will not leave the reader feeling uncomfortable with the romances. Each book invites the reader into the lives of brave heroines who trust God to be with them in times of hardship.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ann Marie Curry

    Wonderful!! All three stories were wonderful!! Soonie and Zillia in the first book..... Soonie and her adventures in the second book. And Darla and Lisbeth and Ethan in the third. Read them and enjoy!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    So much fun! Well written, interesting characters with depth growing in God's grace. Looking forward to seeing more by this author. Hard situations handled with humor and compassion. So much fun! Well written, interesting characters with depth growing in God's grace. Looking forward to seeing more by this author. Hard situations handled with humor and compassion.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Wholesome and historic These were quick and easy read that were wholesome. Values were displayed by the characters in such a creative way. I love historical fiction and these were great!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Barbara A. Urban

    Enjoyed every book. Never boring. Couldn't put down. Would enjoy more books in the series. Enjoyed every book. Never boring. Couldn't put down. Would enjoy more books in the series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Wait

    Amazing Christian Women series I love 💘 this series and each book was as good as the first. I want to read more books like this

  19. 5 out of 5

    Darlene Lynch

    Good I really enjoyed reading these nooks. I love reading about Texas's past and how the people lived in those days Good I really enjoyed reading these nooks. I love reading about Texas's past and how the people lived in those days

  20. 4 out of 5

    Harriett Lambert

    Gods angel I liked the whole book from beginning to the end. It was a page turner. I couldn’t put it down.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Geist

    Good All three books were good stories and well written. I think the point of all three books is not to judge someone from there mistakes in th past.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Delena constant

    Texas Truelly enjoyed the three Books I read, very good Storys, positive, uplifting, enjoyable. Angela Castillo well Written easy to give 5🌟.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Peni

    Please see individual stories for review.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Thoughtful and endearing to your heart... Will think about these young women and their grace and courage to look for joy daily..really enjoyed the soulful trilogy.

  25. 5 out of 5

    carol ann miller

    Wonderful This was a wonderful 3 story set. I liked how Angela Castillo tied the three books together. I am ready to read her next book in this series.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Robert Ruesch

    I liked the books! The stories were believable, the research the author, Angela C. Castillo did, was excellent. Well told, well written, well done.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Norma

    I read this book in 2017 & really enjoyed it. Seeing it again reminds me that I need to read it again. Not many books catch my attention to the point where I want to reread them, but this one did.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Olsen

    Great characters with unexpected twists of plot I am always interested in characters who walk with God in a real world where life is tough.This Trilogy delivers!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Harriett Henderson

    Read a wonderful book. Wonderful story is that holds the interest of the reader. Thanks for writing and including scripture. Showing how the Lord works to do His will.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Connie S. Koog

    The Texas Women of Spirit Trilogy: I enjoyed reading all about these girls that found God to help them in their time of need. Your writing is very good.

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