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Sunday, August 18, 2013

Destiny Brides

When Destiny Brides is released, it will be a great value as it contains two complete novels in one cover, and the novels are indeed worth reading.

First is A Bride's Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer. Travis Logan is a doctor but he just came out of the Civil War and wants nothing more to do with doctoring. He'd rather raise horses instead. While on a boat traveling down the Mississippi River, he meets a man who is ill and takes care of him until he dies. Before the man dies, he deeds his farm to Travis, telling him that he'll meet Heaven there, but never explaining that Heaven is his daughter. When Travis arrives at the farm, he not only finds the beautiful Heaven, but also her little sister, Angel. Once Travis meets Heaven and Angel, he finally understands what their father was telling him, that he wanted Travis to marry Heaven and take care of both of his daughters. It's just that the road to the nuptials is not as smooth as it could be.

Second, Murray Pura has put together a post-Civil War novel that touches the heart in unexpected ways. In A Bride's Flight from Virginia City, Montana, Murray has told a story of love, faith, and absolute trust. Charlotte Spence now owns and runs her deceased brother's ranch near Virginia City, Montana. Zephaniah Parker is one of her neighbors who would like more than friendship with Charlotte. After rescuing two children from a burned out settlement, Zephaniah finds himself on a cross-country train trip with Charlotte and the children. The problem comes in having to outwit, outrun, and outmaneuver an outlaw called the Angel of Death, or Seraphim Rader. Charlotte is having to keep her own secrets from Zephaniah in order to protect him. The question is whether true love will win over kept and revealed secrets.

Definitely Five Stars, Two Thumbs Up, and the trip of your choice.

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