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The Bride's House by Sandra Dallas
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Sandra Dallas writes nice, layered stories that usually have happy endings. Besides that, each of her books is different, ranging from mysteries to historical. The Bride's House is a family saga, following those who lived in a sumptuous house in a small Colorado mining town.

Somehow, I didn't feel that this book had the layers, the character development that I have learned to expect from her. People were good ro bad, and you could tell almost immediately.

That being said, it makes a nice beach-type read. Just don't expect another Tallgrass or Persian Pickle Club.
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