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Entertaining Christian Romance
on January 22, 2014
When their father dies and leaves his daughters without any means of support, they decide their best option is to become mail order brides and trust God to lead them on the right paths. Each answers a newspaper ad with someone wanting a bride. Faith goes to Texas and discovers a successful ranch run by Nicholas Shepherd. While the wedding is postponed several times, Faith takes an interest in a local blind boy and agrees to teach him Braille. When this father, a widower, takes an interest in Faith, will it be the wake-up call Nicholas needs to move him to the altar, or will Faith need to change her plans?
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. Despite the fact that occasionally Lori Copeland will insert something in her historical novels that hasn’t been invented yet or hasn’t been called that, her Christian romances are always entertaining, and I thought this is one of her best.