ELOISE

OF WESTHAVEN

NOT JUST A KID
(VOLUME 1)

JEAN ARCHAMBAULT-WHITE

SHORT SUMMARY

The young adult fiction Eloise of Westhaven: Not Just a Kid (Volume 1) gives readers an authentic look at the development of the U.S., specifically the early days of The West, at the dawn of the industrial age and forward. Eloise Jackson’s mother dies, leaving her an orphan as her father and brother had already died earlier. She is taken in by the kind Cravits family and soon becomes one of the their own, helping in the store and trading practical jokes with her new siblings: David, Vanessa, and Jenna. Her life gets more exciting as she becomes a governess for the mayor’s children, has a run-in with outlaws, and falls in love.

BOOK REVIEW

I enjoyed reading this book. Love how the writer brings you right into each scene as if you are in the middle of it! Look forward to reading the next book of this series.

 

Barbara, Amazon customer

This is a fun book with a good storyline. It is nice to have good literature in today’s mixed up world.

 

Robert Archambault, Amazon Customer

This is one of my newest favorite books ever! It is so rare to find new “good” books anymore. Even some of the so-called teen Christian books are not something I would want to be reading. But then, I found this amazing book.

I bought this book brand-new at Goodwill for 2 or 3 dollars -an amazing price as retail is $22. I’d have to say though, it’s worth all of that as it’s a fantastic book. It’s not anything out of the ordinary. It’s not some totally original and never-before-thought-of-plot. But it’s just so good. Something I could read again and again and never grow tired of. So, if you adore books like Little House on the Prairie, or love authors like Janette Oke, this book is FOR you! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!!

 

Natalie, Blogger

ELOISE

OF WESTHAVEN

LOVE IS PATIENT
(VOLUME 2)

JEAN ARCHAMBAULT-WHITE

SHORT SUMMARY

Eloise of Westhaven: Love Is Patient follows Eloise Jackson as she returns to the Mayor’s household as governess of his children. She is now engaged to David Cravits, the town’s store manager.

The book offers an informal look at a Midwestern town as it quickly grows and flourishes into a mid-sized town, growing along with the U.S. during the dawn of the industrial and technological ages.

BOOK REVIEW

Jean Archambault-White spins a dynamic tale of intrigue, romance and redemption as courageous Eloise leads the way to the ultimate adventure—salvation. Love Is Patient is a delightful, fast-paced read you will relish!

 

Kay Harper, actress/author, Stumbling into Grace

Love is Patient’, volume 2 of ‘Eloise of Westhaven,’ shows the awakening of the role that God plays in the lives of Eloise and those she touches. It runs as a gentle theme throughout.Customer

 

Catherine Weller, Minneapolis, Minnesota

This is one of my newest favorite books ever! It is so rare to find new “good” books anymore. Even some of the so-called teen Christian books are not something I would want to be reading. But then, I found this amazing book.

I bought this book brand-new at Goodwill for 2 or 3 dollars -an amazing price as retail is $22. I’d have to say though, it’s worth all of that as it’s a fantastic book. It’s not anything out of the ordinary. It’s not some totally original and never-before-thought-of-plot. But it’s just so good. Something I could read again and again and never grow tired of. So, if you adore books like Little House on the Prairie, or love authors like Janette Oke, this book is FOR you! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!!

 

Natalie, Blogger

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jean Archambault-White was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and currently resides in Palmetto, Florida. Archambault-White has been writing since she was fourteen and was first published at the age of fifteen. This is Jean’s fourth book and her second novel in the Eloise of Westhaven series.

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