Dreams are the fuel that feed an unquenchable spirit. Connect with Jason as he struggles to overcome obstacles as he pursues his dream. Only with God’s help can he determine the right way.
Do you possess the strength and tenacity of pioneer stock? Would you have gone West? Connect with people who lived on the frontier and watch their faith deepen as they interact with God.
Join them as they homestead the plains, trap beaver in the Rocky Mountains, travel the Oregon Trail, seek gold in California, drive cattle on the prairies, build the Transcontinental Railroad, and search for buried treasure. See them tame the land as they build the American West.
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About the Author
Andrew Roth taught American History for twenty-two years at the middle school level before beginning his literary career. A native of Kansas, Andrew was raised with a deep love and appreciation for history, particularly the Old West.
A Christian for more than three decades, Andrew’s hope is that his writing will encourage readers and rebuild lives. The passage he feels is his guiding verse is Jeremiah 31:4, “I will build you up again and you will be rebuilt.”
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Confederate guerillas burn his farm, and his dying father challenges Jason to pursue their dream of a horse ranch. Fleeing war-torn Missouri, he joins a freight train heading west on the Santa Fe Trail. He discovers a Cheyenne family hunting wild horses, pursuing dreams of their own.
Jason throws in with them, but will the beautiful Indian girl, Rose, be a help or a hindrance to their success? Only with the capture of Wildfire, famous stallion of the mountains, can the future of the ranch be secured. Will his faith in Christ be enough to fulfill his destiny?
Andrew Roth blends historical accuracy, exciting adventure, enduring love, and inspiring faith in the first novel- “Wildfire for Rose”.
Sue A. Fairchild
“Wildfire for Rose” captures the spirit of the Wild West as well as the enduring spirit and hope of the people who chose to settle there.