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The Law and Miss Mary PDF ✓ and Miss PDF ´

The Law and Miss Mary ❴Read❵ ➪ The Law and Miss Mary Author Dorothy Clark – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk It's disgraceful how St Louis's orphans are treated And Mary Randolph plans to do something about it She's lost her faith but she still has compassion and a drive to help innocents in need If she has It's disgraceful how and Miss PDF ´ St Louis's orphans are treated And Mary Randolph plans to do something about it She's lost her faith but she still has compassion and a drive to help innocents in need If she has to battle with by the book police captain Samuel Benton to protect themwell she'll give him a challenge he'll never forgetA poverty stricken childhood left Sam hungry for the The Law PDF or social acceptance now within his reach All he has to do is follow through with the city fathers' plans But Miss Randolph's feisty perseverance gives him second thoughts reigniting his faith and showing him how true love can fulfill all their dreams.


10 thoughts on “The Law and Miss Mary

  1. Sheila Myers Sheila Myers says:

    It's been a long time since I've read historical fiction Dorothy Clark wrote a wonderful romance set in the early days of St Louis and revolving around the fate of the young orphans in the city


  2. Paula-O Paula-O says:

    The Law and Miss Mary written by Dorothy ClarkAnother wonderful historical story written about St Louis in the 1800'sMary Randolph comes to town with her parents and when she learns how the abandoned children living on the streets are treated by the Mayor and sheriff she campaigns to make it better Her heart hurts to see them so thin with hungry eyes and a hopeless look about them She has to helpSam is the sheriff just doing his job and trying to not let his heart enter the picture He has a dream that he has been working towards for years and he must not let Miss Mary enter the picture He too had been hungry as a child and knows about children like this but he wants better and his goal is to have a large house and a beautiful wife to make him respectable The mayors daughter seems to always be around and batting her lovely eyes at himSam and Mary both need to open their eyes to what is really going on and come back to letting God guide their pathsI enjoyed reading this story but then I always like to read Dorothy Clark books


  3. Andrea Guy Andrea Guy says:

    This was really a beautiful story Its very unrealistic but it was a wonderful story anyway Mary and her brother are in St Louis because her brother has taken over a steam boat lineIt doesn't take long for Mary to get involved with the city's orphans who are being sent to jail and made to work for free simply because they have the misfortune of being without parents This causes her to have some issues with the city's police captain He is currently courting the daughter of the city's mayor She's very beautiful but very shallow It is very easy to hate her Its also hard not to want to shake Sam for even considering her as a wife She's just a pretty arm decorationI loved Mary's determination to keep the children out of jail Though this story took place during the time of orphan trains and an orphanage such as Mary's just wasn't the norm Things were not good for orphans in this period of time in America not that they are ever goodThis particular story was very God focused Love Inspired novels are Christian fiction but the level of faith in each story is different This one is definitely one of the faith focused stories God was always sending answers and people to Mary and Sam It was a little bit much at times but I loved MaryThe other thing this story tried to drum down our throats was how you can be beautiful on the outside but be ugly on the inside The big example her is Lavina the mayor's daughter She was easy on the eyes but her personality was sorely lacking Mary is described as plain by her ex fiancee and the other beautiful people but her personality makes her beautifulI totally enjoyed this book even though nothing could have happened


  4. Sharon Sharon says:

    Sweet book especially if you love orphan stories


  5. Momof5boys Momof5boys says:

    just a uick sweet romance novel


  6. Michelle Michelle says:

    The Randolph FamilyBook 4I'm not sure which book I liked the first book in this series featuring Mary's parents or this bookMary comes from a rich family in Philadelphia But she doesn't have beauty that so many people hold dear and she is hurt deeply when she learns her fiance was marrying her for her money not her So she gets permission from her father to go with her brother James to St Louis where he will manage his father's newly purchased shipsBut Mary soon learns that the children on the streets of St Louis are mistreated badly The mayor of the city is a monster ordering Captain Samuel Benton to lock any homeless children in jail His intent they learn much later was not for the safety of the children or even for the town Samuel at first does what he's told and thinks he's actually helping the children who now have a safe place to stay And Mary fights him tooth and nail by taking in the children he tries to rest But they soon both learn of the mayor's true intent and join forces to stop the horrible thing from happeningMeanwhile the feelings they have for each other grows But they aren't right for each other are they? After all Sam wants to prove his worth by marrying well and climbing the political ladder in St Louis Mary believes she's too homely for any decent man to marry her for herThis is a book that I could hardly put down It kept me reading until the last page and left me feeling good about the nice people the author has created I'm very much enjoying her series


  7. Amanda Amanda says:

    Award winning author Dorothy Clark delivers another winner with The Law and Miss Mary Her vivid descriptions make you feel as if you’re actually in St Louis 1840 as she tells the story of Mary Randolph who’s determined to save the town’s orphans even if it means butting heads with police captain Samuel Benton A charming story of healing both physical and spiritual The Law and Miss Mary will linger in your memory long after you’ve turned the last page


  8. Carol Carol says:

    I enjoyed this book Set in St Louis on the edge of the new wilderness of the early 1800's I envisioned what StLouis must have been like at the time I liked the main idea of the story in that others see us differently than we sometimes see ourselves The attitude of the heart is what truly affects our outward appearance


  9. Janis Kay Janis Kay says:

    Loved the characters and the story was amazing To think Mary wishes that she was short and blond is crazy but thank Sam he got her to see reason Lol this is truly a uniue and fascinating story and I am now wondering what else I can find from this author


  10. Karen Karen says:

    Set in St Louis 1840 Mary Randolph strives to find a place for all the orphans Police captain Samuel Benton must enforce the new law that jails these children Together they face the mayor and his beautiful daughter to provide for these poor children


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10 thoughts on “The Law and Miss Mary

  1. Sheila Myers Sheila Myers says:

    It's been a long time since I've read historical fiction Dorothy Clark wrote a wonderful romance set in the early days of St Louis and revolving around the fate of the young orphans in the city

  2. Paula-O Paula-O says:

    The Law and Miss Mary written by Dorothy ClarkAnother wonderful historical story written about St Louis in the 1800'sMary Randolph comes to town with her parents and when she learns how the abandoned children living on the streets are treated by the Mayor and sheriff she campaigns to make it better Her heart hurts to see them so thin with hungry eyes and a hopeless look about them She has to helpSam is the sheriff just doing his job and trying to not let his heart enter the picture He has a dream that he has been working towards for years and he must not let Miss Mary enter the picture He too had been hungry as a child and knows about children like this but he wants better and his goal is to have a large house and a beautiful wife to make him respectable The mayors daughter seems to always be around and batting her lovely eyes at himSam and Mary both need to open their eyes to what is really going on and come back to letting God guide their pathsI enjoyed reading this story but then I always like to read Dorothy Clark books

  3. Andrea Guy Andrea Guy says:

    This was really a beautiful story Its very unrealistic but it was a wonderful story anyway Mary and her brother are in St Louis because her brother has taken over a steam boat lineIt doesn't take long for Mary to get involved with the city's orphans who are being sent to jail and made to work for free simply because they have the misfortune of being without parents This causes her to have some issues with the city's police captain He is currently courting the daughter of the city's mayor She's very beautiful but very shallow It is very easy to hate her Its also hard not to want to shake Sam for even considering her as a wife She's just a pretty arm decorationI loved Mary's determination to keep the children out of jail Though this story took place during the time of orphan trains and an orphanage such as Mary's just wasn't the norm Things were not good for orphans in this period of time in America not that they are ever goodThis particular story was very God focused Love Inspired novels are Christian fiction but the level of faith in each story is different This one is definitely one of the faith focused stories God was always sending answers and people to Mary and Sam It was a little bit much at times but I loved MaryThe other thing this story tried to drum down our throats was how you can be beautiful on the outside but be ugly on the inside The big example her is Lavina the mayor's daughter She was easy on the eyes but her personality was sorely lacking Mary is described as plain by her ex fiancee and the other beautiful people but her personality makes her beautifulI totally enjoyed this book even though nothing could have happened

  4. Sharon Sharon says:

    Sweet book especially if you love orphan stories

  5. Momof5boys Momof5boys says:

    just a uick sweet romance novel

  6. Michelle Michelle says:

    The Randolph FamilyBook 4I'm not sure which book I liked the first book in this series featuring Mary's parents or this bookMary comes from a rich family in Philadelphia But she doesn't have beauty that so many people hold dear and she is hurt deeply when she learns her fiance was marrying her for her money not her So she gets permission from her father to go with her brother James to St Louis where he will manage his father's newly purchased shipsBut Mary soon learns that the children on the streets of St Louis are mistreated badly The mayor of the city is a monster ordering Captain Samuel Benton to lock any homeless children in jail His intent they learn much later was not for the safety of the children or even for the town Samuel at first does what he's told and thinks he's actually helping the children who now have a safe place to stay And Mary fights him tooth and nail by taking in the children he tries to rest But they soon both learn of the mayor's true intent and join forces to stop the horrible thing from happeningMeanwhile the feelings they have for each other grows But they aren't right for each other are they? After all Sam wants to prove his worth by marrying well and climbing the political ladder in St Louis Mary believes she's too homely for any decent man to marry her for herThis is a book that I could hardly put down It kept me reading until the last page and left me feeling good about the nice people the author has created I'm very much enjoying her series

  7. Amanda Amanda says:

    Award winning author Dorothy Clark delivers another winner with The Law and Miss Mary Her vivid descriptions make you feel as if you’re actually in St Louis 1840 as she tells the story of Mary Randolph who’s determined to save the town’s orphans even if it means butting heads with police captain Samuel Benton A charming story of healing both physical and spiritual The Law and Miss Mary will linger in your memory long after you’ve turned the last page

  8. Carol Carol says:

    I enjoyed this book Set in St Louis on the edge of the new wilderness of the early 1800's I envisioned what StLouis must have been like at the time I liked the main idea of the story in that others see us differently than we sometimes see ourselves The attitude of the heart is what truly affects our outward appearance

  9. Janis Kay Janis Kay says:

    Loved the characters and the story was amazing To think Mary wishes that she was short and blond is crazy but thank Sam he got her to see reason Lol this is truly a uniue and fascinating story and I am now wondering what else I can find from this author

  10. Karen Karen says:

    Set in St Louis 1840 Mary Randolph strives to find a place for all the orphans Police captain Samuel Benton must enforce the new law that jails these children Together they face the mayor and his beautiful daughter to provide for these poor children

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