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  • Posted February 6, 2012

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    Canyon Springs, Arizona Book 3

    At Home in His Heart by Glynna Kaye
    Book 3 of Canyon Springs, Arizona
    Sandi Bradshaw has been in Canyon Springs for seven years now. Keith Bradshaw had loved to vacation there so when they married he moved her to his trailer before heading back to serve his country. Two years later Sandi was a widow with a one year old daughter, Gina. Her goal since then was to add a whole room to the Historical Society Museum to honor those who served from this area and name the room after Keith. To honor him and to get his mother's approval. Sandi lived to please others and was so blinded by it that she might just miss a second chance at love.

    Bryce Harding had lived his life wrong, but now he was a new man in Christ. He had to remind himself of that often after running into Keith's bossy widow. He tried to talk his friend out of marrying her, she was controlling just like Keith's mom. Bryce tried to remind himself of that every time he noticed her beauty. Bryce had left the army to live with his Grandma Mae after she had a bad fall and never expected Sandi to still be living in the town she had begged Keith to move from.

    Sandi and Bryce seem to take one step forward and ten back. He has to do things to help his grandma, things that will cause Sandi and her precious museum grief. Bryce also has to show that he is no longer the person he use to be. People are not always willing to believe others can change. I really enjoy this series and Glynna's characters are such that you don't know how the chasms that are as big as the Grand Canyon itself will be reconciled between them.

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