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by Tracie Peterson

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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This first book in Peterson's new series, the Brides of Gallatin County, is set on the Montana frontier. It's wonderfully written, with strong characters and the right amount of faith, hope, romance, mystery and laughter.

The three Gallatin sisters, Gwen, Beth and Lacy, have made
a life for themselves at the Gallatin Roadhouse. When their father is accidentally killed, Gwen blames herself. She believes she's cursed since her mother, her husband of one week and now her father are all dead. When a stranger claims to be the brother of her late husband, she does not believe him; her husband told her his whole family was dead.

Hank Bishop believes Gwen is
keeping information from him. He knows his brother stole bonds, and
she claims she has no idea what he's talking about. When they start investigating matters, they must work to keep from letting their hearts rule their actions. (Bethany House, Sep., 384 pp., $13.99)
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Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: Bethany House

Published: September 2008

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