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The Blacksmith's Bravery

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    Posted August 16, 2012


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  • Posted May 11, 2011


    THE BLACKSMITH'S BRAVERY by Susan Page Davis is a wonderful inspirational histoical romance set in 1887 Fergus Idaho.It is Book 3 of "The Ladies' Shooting Club",but can be read as a stand alone. Sheriff's Surrender, Book 1 of The Ladies' Shooting Club, Gunsmith's Gallantry, Book 2 of The Ladies' Shooting Club.This is a story of not bravery,courage,but also of second chances,faith,
    hope,love,community,and family.This is the story of Vashti,an ex saloon girl who desires to be a stagecoach driver while she grows in her christian faith.And Griffin, the owner of the blacksmith shop and the manager of the stagecoach line,who insists Vashti will not drive a team of horses with his stagecoach.But...This story is full of adventure,wit,romance,faith,a few outlaws,charm, and of course The Ladies' Shooting Club to the rescue.While Vashti and Griffin fight their attraction to each other,Griffin's nephrew comes to live with him for a while(his father just died and his mother sends him to her brother to keep him out of trouble),and Vashti and Griffin must fight off outlaws too. This is a fast paced,action packed story of forgiveness,moving forward,redemption,romance,community and family.And of course the story of how love can grow between an ex-saloon girl and a tough blacksmith owner who is also brave.If you enjoy historical romance with inspiration aspects and that is full of adventure would will enjoy this one.What a great series "The Ladies' Shooting Club has been.A must read for all historical romance readers and readers of westerns.This book was received for the purpose of review from Net Galley and the publisher and details can be found at Barbour Publishing and My Book Addiction Reviews.

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    Posted January 14, 2011

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