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Short-Straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer
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Aug 02, 2012

it was amazing
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Read in July, 2012

One woman, meets four brothers whose driving purpose in life is to protect themselves as a family against the outside world and to protect the Archer Land. But there's more to the story, Meredith as a child met the oldest brother, Travis because of an accident. Years later because of the deep impact from that meeting, when Meredith overhears of a dangerous threat to Travis and his family she reaches out to help him. This leads to her becoming injured, and also putting her reputation in jeopardy and now Travis is the one reaching out to help her I'm trying not to give too much away so that the story can unfold in the way it was written.

I thoroughly enjoyed the story, the characters, and the threats that they had to overcome. Also totally enjoyed how the Spunky women were presented in the story. Spunky without being arrogant or annoying. Yes, God is woven into this story, with some scripture mentioned. For those who are not believers or those who don't want a lot of scripture; relax, its delicately woven into the story. Loved the way it was written, and now that I know the style of this author I wouldn't mind one bit to read another of her stories. In fact, I look forward to reading more by this author, Karen Witemeyer.

I was given a copy of this book Free from Bethany House for my honest evaluation.
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