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Truth Wyman has watched Nicodemus, Kansas, grow into a busy little prairie town. And she has grown up, too. Her family was among the first settlers to homestead this area, and there is nowhere she'd rather live. She's always thought her husband felt the same way. . . . Then Moses comes home with news that he has been nominated for state office. If he wins, they'll need toTruth Wyman has watched Nicodemus, Kansas, grow into a busy little prairie town. And she has grown up, too. Her family was among the first settlers to homestead this area, and there is nowhere she'd rather live. She's always thought her husband felt the same way. . . . Then Moses comes home with news that he has been nominated for state office. If he wins, they'll need to move to the state capital. Pregnant with her first child, Truth does not plan to move to Topeka. How can she raise her baby in an unfamiliar city? How can she leave her family and her home? Yet what will happen if she refuses? Nicodemus's sister community, Hill City, is thriving, too. Macia Boyle returns to her family after a European holiday. The storekeeper's nephew, Garrett Johnson, captures her attention, but she can't seem to forget Jeb Malone, the young blacksmith who showed interest in her before her trip. Soon, Macia must make a choice: Should she return to Jeb's arms or seek a new life with Garrett?...

Title : Daylight Comes
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ISBN : 9780764200007
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 377 Pages
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Daylight Comes Reviews

  • Vivacity
    2018-12-05 08:48

    Good story based on true historyI enjoyed this series, and this 3rd book rounds it out nicely. Centered around Moses, the first man of color elected to state office, and his beloved wife Truth who has a difficult t time coming to terms with being a politician's wife. While all other Nicodemus residents are ecstatic about Moses representing them, Truth spirals into becoming the exact sort of person she despised; manipulating, full of anger, and pushing away friends and family who could have made her transition to big city living more pleasant. Will Truth stop her conniving ways before it is too late to repair the damage she's caused both in her marriage and with her sisters,? Will Moses be able to woo the Railroad into passing through their small west Kansas town, thus saving it from becoming a ghost town? Read to find out!

  • Denise
    2018-11-28 03:49

    Disappointing! The first book in the series, "First Dawn" was so good. The second book was just ok, and this one I could hardly finish. The only character I liked was Eziekel (the dad). Jarena doesn't have a very big part in this book and it was her story I wanted to hear. Everyone else is unlikeable and the story was boring. Couldn't stand Macia or Aunt Lilly!

  • JanieR.
    2018-12-08 04:49

    This is the last book in this series, I enjoyed all of the books. One very important theme in the survival of these frontiers, was their deep faith in God,that and the fact that this land they bought and lived on was their very own, it represented complete freedom for them.

  • Kathy Schwartz
    2018-12-13 03:48

    I thought this was the best of the trilogy. Although I was disappointed in the 2nd book of the trilogy, I would still recommend reading all three of them.

  • Kuulei
    2018-12-02 08:29

    A little far fetched in the plot, but an exciting story nonetheless. The characters perhaps do not reflect that true characters of the time, but the story is fast paced and enjoyable. Recommend the series-

  • Ranee
    2018-11-14 07:52

    Pretty good story.

  • Patsy
    2018-12-13 02:34

    Freedom's Path #3 - Post-Civil War Series - The saga continues, Ezekiel' s children are all grown, each one is finding love , getting married, having babies and trying to make a living in their own way. The twins are separated for the first time in their lives. Ezekiel is still watching overall the family, they gather for special occasions for food and fellowship. The Caucasian people are getting their lives all sorted out. A doctor moved to town, he takes care of both black and white people. Miss Lilly got her self back together. There was not much about Jerena is this book, I really liked her. I enjoyed the whole series, Judith Miller is a fantastic author, knows how to keep your interest and how to bring all the characters together, she always has a good plot and I love the way she brings God into her stories. Great work.

  • Loraine
    2018-11-27 08:40

    Judith Miller continues the saga of Nicodemus and Hill City Kansas, two interconnected towns the first settled by blacks and the second settled by Whites. This book focuses on Truth one of the twins and her pregnancy and move to Topeka where her husband Moses becomes one of the first black state legislators and state auditor. Truth goes through major life changes in leave her family and grows emotionally and spiritually as she deals with these changes and major setbacks in her life. Will she learn to trust in God or will she remain immature and self-centered? I really enjoyed this book and Miller does an excellent writing job in this series.

  • Mom
    2018-11-30 08:30

    I didn't enjoy this third book in the series as much as I did the other two. I thought the battles between Macia and Fern were like high school drama. Not something that would be going on between someone in their 20's. Truth's not wanting to move to Topeka drug out through the whole story and it made it seem like she was such a whiner. It was sad when Truth and Moses' baby did not live but it was a happy ending when they adopted the little boy from the orphanage.

  • Janice Thomas
    2018-12-01 06:45

    Delight did come to the families portrayed in this bookBecause of the poor editing and layout, the story through my Kindle went from one city to another without a break in the paragraph. While reading about one family, the next sentence was about the family in the other town which had no connection.

  • Lanette
    2018-11-28 08:37

    This was a satisfying end to the series. I got frustrated with Truth's behavior throughout, but I was happy that there were no loose ends and we know how things ended with all of the characters we got to know.

  • Dorinda Young
    2018-11-19 07:27

    Loved it!Insightful, informative and easy to read. Hard to put down. Characters were developed well. I highly recommended this series. Thank you.

  • Catherine Clem
    2018-11-28 10:47

    Loved it. Could not put it down.

  • Carolyn Tye
    2018-12-08 08:36

    Good conclusion to the series.