Red River of the North Blessing by Lauraine Snelling
Red River of the North, Return to Red River, Daughters of Blessing, Home to Blessing and Songs of Blessing are connected series of Christian historical fiction novels by American author Lauraine Snelling. Collectively, they are known as the Red River Valley series. The series follows the various members of the Bjorklund family and the people of Blessing, North Dakota during the Turn of the Century.

Lauraine Snelling started her Red River Valley series in 1995 with the novel An Untamed Land. The series is currently ongoing. Below is a list of Lauraine Snelling’s Red River Valley books in order of when they were originally released (as well as in chronological order when necessary):

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Publication Order of Red River Of The North Books

An Untamed Land(1995)Description / Buy at
A New Day Rising(1996)Description / Buy at
A Land to Call Home(1997)Description / Buy at
The Reapers' Song(1998)Description / Buy at
Tender Mercies(1999)Description / Buy at
Blessing in Disguise(1999)Description / Buy at
An Untamed Heart(2013)Description / Buy at
A Blessing to Cherish(2020)Description / Buy at

Chronological Order of Red River Of The North Books

An Untamed Heart is a prequel novel to the Red River of the North series.

Publication Order of Return To Red River Books

A Dream to Follow(2001)Description / Buy at
Believing the Dream(2002)Description / Buy at
More Than a Dream(2003)Description / Buy at

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Red River Valley Synopsis: In An Untamed Land by Lauraine Snelling (book 1 of the Red River of the North series), Roald and Ingeborg Bjorklund have left Norway and have found there way (after a very long trip) to the Dakota Territory. They settle on the Red River of the North, but it comes along with the negative of a very long winter. Will these pioneers be able to tame the land?

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