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by Tamera Alexander

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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Book two in the Fountain Creek Chronicles is a winner. Alexander deftly portrays the heroine's wounded soul and her struggles with regret while being careful not to reveal anything too soon. Though well written, there is a subtle variation in the engaging prose from book one, perhaps due to the heroine's strong emotional struggles.

Annabelle Grayson McCutchens is alone, expecting
her deceased husband's child. She wants to find a guide to take her to
her new home in Idaho. Two men apply for the job. Will she choose
the elderly man or the one who
detests her and holds her responsible for her husband's death?

Matthew is desperate to find
gainful employment and to get as
far away from his past as he can. Upon seeing the want ad, he is
certain it is the answer to all his
problems -- that is, until he finds
out who the widow is. (Bethany House, Nov., 320 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: Bethany House

Published: November 2006

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