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Prairie Rose by Catherine   Palmer
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Jun 04, 12

bookshelves: romance, historical
Read in June, 2012

I downloaded a free copy of this for my e-reader.

Rosie is an orphan who has always dreamed of having a family and a home of her very own, but she's lived in an orphanage her entire life and no one's ever wanted her. After she saves Seth Hunter's life, she finds out he's looking for an orphaned boy to help him on his homestead, but he's being pursued and needs to get out of town as quickly as possible. The orphanage director doesn't seem all that interested in giving up one of her boys, so Rosie volunteers without thinking.

Seth has little interest in taking along a fully grown woman, but he reluctantly agrees. The story is somewhat predictable as it follows the formula of quite a few historical, Christian romances, but the characters are thoroughly likable, and this was a nice, easy read.

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