A LOVE TO LAST FOREVER
Every woman dreams of marrying her prince, and sometimes they're not in the romance novels you read, they're right in front of you. Set in 1879, Peterson's latest Brides of Gallatin County novel
will warm your heart. The characters
are well rounded, well thought out
and never boring.
Beth Gallatin has had a book in her hand for as long as she can remember. It helped when her father got the urge to move his family from town to town, which was quite often. Now that he has passed, she thinks she'll finally achieve her dream of settling down in town, marrying and having children.
Nick Lassiter has loved Beth since
her family came to town but believes
she thinks of him as a brother, not a love interest. Nick finally convinces her of his feelings, and they spend time getting to know each other as only two people in love can do. When Nick's complicated past comes galloping into town, it will take their trust in one another to conquer the past and secure a future together. (BETHANY HOUSE, Apr., 384 pp., $13.99)