Heartbreak Trail

Heartbreak Trail

Shirley Kennedy / Sep 19, 2019

Heartbreak Trail Lucy a pampered New Englander is dragged by her husband and coldhearted brother in law on a wagon train bound for California The first casualty of the arduous trek is her husband Lucy longs to

  • Title: Heartbreak Trail
  • Author: Shirley Kennedy
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  • Page: 335
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  • 1850 Lucy, a pampered New Englander, is dragged by her husband and coldhearted brother in law on a wagon train bound for California The first casualty of the arduous trek is her husband Lucy longs to return home, but that would mean abandoning her little stepson How fortunate then that rugged Clint Palance, a former trapper and Indian scout, is watching over them both 1850 Lucy, a pampered New Englander, is dragged by her husband and coldhearted brother in law on a wagon train bound for California The first casualty of the arduous trek is her husband Lucy longs to return home, but that would mean abandoning her little stepson How fortunate then that rugged Clint Palance, a former trapper and Indian scout, is watching over them both As the journey progresses, Lucy faces deprivation, heartache, hardship, and death Then, with California just around the bend, Lucy must part from Clint Will she find him again Or must she return to a dull life in Boston, forsaking forever the beautiful West she has grown to love

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    About "Shirley Kennedy"

      • Shirley Kennedy

        First place GOLD winner in the Romance category of the 2013 Independent Publisher IPPY awards for THE LAST OF LADY LANSDOWN I was born and raised in Fresno, California, where I graduated from Fresno High School I lived in Canada for many years, enjoying skiing and riding horses, and am a graduate of the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada with a B.S in Computer Science I ve had many jobs in my lifetime, including working for several years as a computer programmer analyst However, my true passion has always been writing, so I quit my day job something you re never supposed to do and started writing Regency romances After publishing several Regencies with Ballantine, Signet, and Camel Press, I switched genres Now I m writing western romances for Kensington Lyrical Press, all taking place in the Gold Rush days of the 1850 s I love this period of time There s so much to write about With my shelves full of research books, I doubt I ll change genres again I have two daughters and am forever proud of their accomplishments and grateful, too, that both are the kind of loving, supportive daughters every mother hopes she ll have I live in Las Vegas, Nevada, where I belong to the Las Vegas chapter of Romance Writers of America I love hearing from my readers and can be reached at mailto shirleyken360 gmail


    755 Comments

    1. I wanted to like this book, it had many charms and strengths, but there were just too many stupidities that the author threw in to ruin it. Being captain of the member's council of the wagon train did not grant the individual dictatorial power over running the train or making the decisions, that was the job of the wagon master. Granted wagon trains did have a member government to settle internal personal disputes, but they did not give the orders about running the train--that would be like the p [...]


    2. I've been going back and forth between giving this book a 2.5 and a 3. It lands somewhere in between the two. I liked how it didn't shrink from a lot of the harsh realities of living on a wagon train. People died from drowning, buffalo stampedes, typhoid, childbirth and accidental shootings. Only a fraction of the characters survived the trip. I'd never read about a wagon train before and it reminded me a lot of the old computer game Oregon Trail, where you were lucky if your five family members [...]



    3. I enjoyed the main story in general. I had to keep remembering that this was a time where women had little power. However, at some point, the wagon train became the definition of insanity. Doing the same thing over and over, and expecting a different result. It was hard to believe that such a large group that was continually upset with their captain would continue to acquiesce to his whims, especially after EVERY time, the result was exactly as bad as the guides warned. Also, each time there see [...]


    4. I wanted to like this book but the heroine was too stupid to live. There's a big difference between being weak and being stupid. Unfortunately the heroine was stupid. The author spent the entire book describing how terrible the villain was and how much everyone disliked him. The heroine proceeds to make terrible decisions because no one would believe his threats . That reasoning never made sense because she had so many people to rely on.


    5. “Heartbreak Trail” by Shirley KennedyAfter hearing about the gold rush going on in California, Joseph Schneider tells his wife Lucy to pack up her belongings and leave everything behind, because they are going West to strike it rich in California. Lucy does not want to trek across the country and leave her sister and father behind, but whatever her husband says she must do. There is going to be so much death, arguing, and treacherous terrain ahead for Lucy and her wagon party. Will Lucy endu [...]


    6. “Heartbreak Trail” by Shirley KennedyAfter hearing about the gold rush going on in California, Joseph Schneider tells his wife Lucy to pack up her belongings and leave everything behind, because they are going West to strike it rich in California. Lucy does not want to trek across the country and leave her sister and father behind, but whatever her husband says she must do. There is going to be so much death, arguing, and treacherous terrain ahead for Lucy and her wagon party. Will Lucy endu [...]


    7. Heartbreak Trail, by Shirley Kennedy, takes the reader across the country with a wagon train in 1850, and allows an inside look at the daily lives, joys and terrors that faced the pioneers.What I thought was going to be a romance story turned out to be so much more. Heartbreak Trail included romance, drama, heartbreak and triumph, and history. Lucy Schneider reluctantly leaves the comfort of her Boston home, having just learned she’s pregnant, to travel across the country with her husband. Thi [...]


    8. Having had NO success with the free contemporary fiction lately, I went historical. And this book WoW. It's not just a love story, it's mostly an epic about the wagon trains during the Gold Rush. More people die in this book (and get sick, and get injured) than any other book I've ever read. I was vibrating off the sofa (which my husband finds amusing) with the intensity of the action from rattlesnake to roaring river to Indian attack. It was a VERY good book.The only reason I didn't give it fiv [...]


    9. Very good story. Wasn't so sure in the beginning that I was going to finish it but kept on and did like it. It shows how women didn't have a say and how they did make the best of it and that they were a lot more important than men thought. As I was reading I kept thinking this would make a pretty good movie. Lucy got trapped in her marriage then her brother in law kept an hold on her with one thing or another. Only thing I really didn't like is the endingRUSHED!Made me think the author had got t [...]


    10. I found this book absolutely fascinating. I enjoyed the characters and the interactions of the wagon train a lot. Lucy and Clint were fantastic characters. The two of them together inspired my imagination and took me on the wagon train with them. Lucy's assessment of the people and Clint's descriptions of the land were great. My absolute favorite thing said throughout though was Clint giving his reason for being a guide. Read it for yourself to find out what it was. I am confident you won't regr [...]


    11. reviewI am so disappointed that I could not finish reading this book because of the language. The story started out so good and as soon as I got interested the language turned filthy. I don't understand why writers think the f word adds to the story. Beware unless you want to fill your mind with this kind of filth.


    12. This was a heartbreaking account of a wagon train headed to California (where the streets were 'paved with gold')and all the personalities involved. I could hardly put this one down! I won't type any spoilers - but this was well worth reading, if you like historical romance and adventure.


    13. Five stars because it kept my interest, was very accurate in the depiction of what pioneers, specifically women, had to endure to settle the west and great character development. I read it in one sitting and will be looking for more from this author.


    14. I believe this book was pretty accurate as far as the tremendously hard traveling on a wagon train all the way across the country from Boston to California. Its amazing that anyone lived to see the California. I really enjoyed this one.


    15. Free on kindle. Finally a historical about traveling to California (I would take anywhere west-I have been looking for one for quite a while). I liked the story overall, but the ending was s bit rushed.


    16. This was a well written novel that drew me into the storyline and the lives of the characters from page one. I only wish the ending hadn't felt rushed - I liked the outcome I just wish the ending hadn't finished so quickly. I highly recommend this book.



    17. Enjoyed this bookThe trials and tribulations of travels to the gold fields were well written. I would love for her to write more on westward travels.



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