Rebecca Lorraine Walker
Historical Romance Novelist

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About Lorraine

I love spending time with family, running away with my husband, reading, writing, and visiting antebellum homes. I am currently pursuing a college degree and having the time of my life. A recent highlight was being inducted into the prestigious Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Lorraine is an award-winning author, having won nine awards for her novels at the Florida Christian Writers Conference.

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Reviews of Lorraine's Books

Love at Laurel Oaks

Walker’s trilogy starter is delightful. The characters are believable and she delivers a message of salvation and hope throughout the book. The 19th-century Florida setting could be a new one for some readers – they’ll love the historical facts peppered within the pages. 4 stars ~ Romantic Times BOOKreviews

An uplifting and sweet historical adventure, that's not afraid to have fun now and then!
Lawana Blackwell, author of The Gresham Chronicles

Love at Laurel Oaks is awe-inspiring, renewing one’s hope in Christ. Ethan and Elizabeth’s trials, along with other characters’, was a reminder of how faith in God triumphs over any obstacle. The blessing baskets should inspire us to reach out to those in need. Excellent, awesome book! I couldn’t put it down! A must read! 
Angel ~ Florida 

Katherine’s Heart

I just wanted you to know that I thoroughly enjoyed reading Katherine's Heart. It was absolutely wonderful! I enjoyed Love at Laurel Oaks and was waiting on Katherine's Heart. Your books keep getting better!! When I read your books, I can just imagine everything as it happens and it leaves a wonderful image in my mind.
Your books are very inspirational, romantic and make me laugh at times too!
Missy ~ Florida

This book took off like a race horse. It is a masterpiece.
 Ron ~ Florida

Hannah and the Preacher

Lorraine, when I finished Love at Laurel Oaks, I thought it was the best book I had ever read. And then I read Katherine's Heart. Both books are hard to put down, the best of the best. From laughing to crying and oh no, this part cannot be happening! It’s good to see the love of our heavenly Father and his forgiveness in a format everyone one that reads each book can understand. And then I read Hannah and the Preacher. Oh my, it is my favorite. This book just keeps on moving. I loved Hannah's personality, she keeps it real while somehow trying to be proper. And the ache is Wendell's heart is so deep and real. But God has a plan and that plan is always working in their lives. The best of the best!
Carole ~ Florida

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Lorraine, I just finished Hannah and the Preacher. I read it in 3 or 4 evenings.
It’s like a box of chocolates you want to savor and not eat the whole box at one time.
Ron ~ Florida

I’m reading your third book now. This one is the best yet.
I’m reading it slow to make it last. I always feel kinda sad when it ends.
Irene ~ Florida

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Mail-Order-Bride Series

Lorraine’s Mail Order Brides series includes Alexandria, For the Love of Livvie, and Jasmine’s Journey. Each bride is uprooted from home due to dire circumstances. The common thread is their response to mail order bride advertisements to become brides in the wilds of Montana Territory. You’ll be entertained by hilarious antics and sob at heartrending circumstances as you experience the lives of these ladies.

Women of Destiny Series

This series takes place in the town of Destiny, Dakota Territory near the Black Hills Gold Rush. Miners pass through on their way to find gold and obtain their supplies from the Gold Nugget Mercantile. The proprietor brings in a widow, Emma Fairfield, who demands to take her husband’s place as partner in the business. Emma opens a boarding house and turns the wild town into a decent place to live. She encourages others to set up businesses, and soon the place is thriving. The series includes Emma’s Hope, A Lady for the Preacher, and Bethany’s Calling.

Daughters of Cripple Creek Series

These stories take place in the thriving gold mining town of Cripple Creek, Colorado. The Judge’s Daughter, The Preacher’s Daughter, and The Outlaw’s Daughter depict lively tales of young ladies finding the right suitor. The setting is located at the foot of Pike’s Peak. Historical and hysterical happenings will keep you entertained.

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