Rescued from a life of prostitution, Hannah Culter is a woman of many talents. She endures the dreadful treatment of Devlin Mackay, the ranch foreman, on a daily basis and always returns his pejorative comments with kindness.

When Hannah helps deliver Devlins baby, he can barely stand the thought of Hannah being so close to his child. Later, when his wife succumbs to cholera, Devlin hires a widow to care for the baby. But it isnt long before God begins to work magic on Devlins heart and he comes to accept Hannah, as well as Gods forgiveness. Devlin is surprised to discover hes fallen in love with Hannah but is it too late for them to find happiness?

Kathleen Morgans second book in the Brides of Culdee Creek series, WOMAN OF GRACE, is extremely well written, touching the reader with its poignancy, truth and historical authenticity. (Jul., 294 pp., $10.99)

Reviewed by: 
Bev Huston