An Appalachian Summer

An Appalachian Summer

In 1933, most people are focused on the Great Depression but all Piper Danson can think about is how to get out of being a debutante and marrying Braxton Crandall. In an act of defiance, Piper volunteers as a frontier nursing courier in the Appalachi...

Title:An Appalachian Summer
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780800729288
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  • Tina

    This is a Historical fiction/Romance. This book took place in 1933 during the Great Depression. The main character Piper has to make a big decision in this book to either make her father happy or foll...

  • Karren  Sandercock

    Thanks to NetGalley, Revell Publishing and Ann H. Gabhart for my copy of An Appalachian Summer.Louisville 1933, Piper Danson’s parents organize a debutante party for her, she’s twenty and her pare...

  • Mary Jackson _TheMaryReader

    I have read Gabharts books for years her shaker series is the best. But being from the mountains of West Virginia and Kentucky. I devoured this book. I loved every word.Having a sister in law that is ...

  • Susan

    When I read the preview for AN APPALACHIAN SUMMER, I knew it was going to be an emotional story and I knew it was going to make me cry. I had no idea I would be sobbing and be an emotional wreck after...

  • Madison

    An Appalachian Summer is an atmospheric novel about the frontier nurses of the Appalachian Mountains, women couriers, and life and love in the in 1930s. With romance aplenty, adventure and lighthearte...

  • Paula Shreckhise

    An Appalachian Summer is a charming story with endearing characters and rich detail of the beautiful Appalachians. When I read a novel by Ann Gabhart, it is like coming home. Her books give me a warm ...

  • Kav

    I am such an Ann H. Gabhart fan, but she might just have outdone herself with An Appalachian Summer. A few things drew me to the story from the start. 1) That beautiful cover (the purples in the foreg...

  • Virginia Campbell

    Wonderful storyteller Ann H. Gabhart takes readers on a heartfelt and uplifting journey back to the Kentucky Mountains in the era of the Great Depression. Piper Danson's family is surviving the econom...

  • Becky Lewis

    *Sigh* After reading An Appalachian Summer, I wonder how a reader could not consider signing up to be a horse courier for Mrs. Breckenridge’s Nurse-Midwife Service. Sure, the year is 1933, and the l...

  • Faye

    Piper Danson wants to do more with her life than be a debutante or a wife to the wealthy man her parents have picked out, so she joins the Frontier Nursing couriers. She spends her days riding the tra...