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Bittersweet by Jannine Gallant
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Apr 24, 12

Read in April, 2012

A man who lets guilt destroy his chance at happiness. A woman who's known love, tragedy, and grief and needs a fresh start. Daniel can't get past the fact that because of him his brother was murdered. With his dying breath, his brother charges Daniel to take care of his wife and unborn child. Daniel is willing to do anything for Tess except love her the way he wants to. After nearly a year of mourning, Tess wants to start a new life. She needs a father for her child and a man to love. She wants a future with the one man who doesn't want her. Or so he says.

Janine Gallant tells a poignant love story between two honorable people you can't help rooting for. To get a flavor of life in the Old West where honor and integrity abound, where women work beside their men fighting the elements, nature and evil doers, read Bittersweet.
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