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Life isn't exactly what they expected...

Three Kentucky women find themselves in unexpected and difficult life situations. When love comes knocking, will they be able to see it in the daily stresses they endure?

Susanna Barnett longs for the finer things in life. Mammoth Cave brings them to her and her family. Not only does the cavern attract curious folks paying top do
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Paperback, 349 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by Barbour Books (first published April 1st 2006)
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This was a good just really long. I like the time period of 1843 and reading about how things were done back then.
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Very predictable. Three short stories or novels. Christian based. But a good quick read.
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Lauralee Bliss is a published author of over twenty-six Christian romance novels and novellas in both historical and contemporary with nearly 600,000 sold. In 2018 she received a 25 book published award from ACFW.

Lauralee enjoys writing books that are reminiscent of a roller coaster ride for the reader. Her desire is that readers will come away with both an entertaining story and a lesson that min
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