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GLORY
by Lori Copeland

Genre: Inspirational

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When GLORY (3) unveils a mass of cinnamon-colored curls, wagonmaster Jackson discovers the dirty little waif they picked up along the trail is not a boy, but a lovely young lady. Hes now got another woman to look after along the rough trail to Denver. His cargo of mail-order brides
is already almost more than he can handle, and this feisty tomboy threatens to tip the balance.

Raised by her pioneer Poppy, Glory never received a last name; he was
counting on marrying her off to supply that. She doesnt begrudge her fathers matchmaking, even though not one of the men amounted to a hill of beans. Now Poppy is dead, and marriage is no longer a priority. But love ambushes, and Glory is afraid her hearts desire cannot reciprocate.

Lori Copeland spins a cute romance with endearing characters. GLORY will capture the hearts of new readers and Copeland fans alike.

Reviewed By: Roberta Blair

Publisher: Tyndale Publishers

Published: October 2000

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