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by Mona Hodgson

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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The third installment in the Sinclair Sisters of Cripple Creek series centers on the youngest sister, Vivian. Readers are transported back to the Wild West and the days of saloon girls. The characters are quite charming and memorable. Hodgson has turned an overused storyline into something new and unexpected.

Vivian Sinclair is trying to forget her horrible past. She feels she is used goods and will stay a spinster. When the only job she can get is a hostess in a saloon, everything goes well — until her boss wants her to start entertaining gentlemen upstairs. She runs off, since she did not agree to that part of the job. Carter Alwyn, the sheriff’s deputy, is smitten with Vivian. Even when she comes clean about why she ran off, that doesn’t deter him from wanting to spend the rest of his days with her. Vivian is sure she is not worthy of Carter and cannot understand why he is not offended by her actions. Can Vivian come to realize that her mistakes will be forgiven by the people who love her? (WATERBROOK, May, 320 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans


Published: May 2012

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