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The Balcony Girl (The Darlings of Deadwood #1)

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Can a secret tear them apart or bring them together?

When Julia Lindstrom and her sister, Suzanna, move to Deadwood, South Dakota in 1879, she never expects to meet her future husband, secretly befriend the madam of a brothel, and help in a disaster.

Daniel Iverson followed the gold rush to Deadwood only to find out he hated it. Now working as a lawyer, he defends ladies of
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ebook, 279 pages
Published November 1st 2019 by Tina Susedik
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Cindy Reifel
Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Julia and Suzanne move to Deadwood, SD to start a new life after their parents die. Julie is an amazing seamstress but, since her and her sister are single women in a lawless 1879 town, she has trouble finding enough work to save for her own dress shop. Julia meets the Madam of the biggest brothel in the town and, starts secretly sewing for her and her girls.
Meanwhile, Daniel Iverson, a lawyer who finds Julia very attractive, has also been helping some of the women at the same brothel. Little
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Teresa Keefer
Nov 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Absolutely fantastic

What a lovely story! It had enchanting characters with spunk and gumption, was historically accurate, and hard to put down. The heroine was well characterized as was the hero. The story took you back to a time in the past where gentlemen were just that and the ladies were beginning to show their independent nature. The secondary characters were just as well described as the main characters which sets up the second book very well. Strongly suggest this read!
Dawn Baffa
Nov 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
First read from this author

This was a good read. Storyline and characters developed nicely. I enjoyed it, laughed with it, and grew upset with the tragedy.
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As an award-winning author, Tina always had stories running her mind while growing up, but didn't start writing them down until she and her husband made one of their many moves, and she didn't have a job. Her first story, a children's story, started her love of writing.

While she has seven non-fiction history books in print, she also has two children's books, and eight romances, including two
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