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A Surrendered Heart (Broadmoor Legacy Series #3)

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  • Posted September 28, 2009

    Adventures with the Broadmoor Cousins

    I have been looking forward to the release of this third book in the series for some time. It all started when I got hooked on Book One and met Amanda, Sophie, and Fanny, three of the Broadmoor cousins of Rochester, NY. Naturally I was anxious to see where this book would take these young women. Amanda is still unattached and wishes to pursue a career in medicine. She has been assisting Dr. Blake Carstead at a local mission for the poor. Her parents, however, have been trying to discourage Amanda's desire to become a doctor, and would rather see her maintain her place in society by marrying well and raising a family. Despite their wishes, Amanda continues her work and risks her health by helping Dr. Carstead during the 1899 cholera epidemic that's sweeping across the city. Amanda's father's business is in deep financial trouble, and he resorts to extreme measures to recover and save face in their affluent community. What will Amanda's role be in her father's ill-fated scheme? Can Sophie and Fanny rescue Amanda from any dreadful consequences? And what of Dr. Carstead's growing feelings for Amanda? Does Amanda return these feelings? I enjoyed the journey that Peterson and Miller provide for the reader. It was much more than a physical one from Rochester to the lovely Thousand Island Broadmoor family vacation home. It was one that tried each cousin's heart and convictions, and was full of surprises and a bit of mystery. If you've enjoyed the team of Peterson and Miller in the past, I don't think you will be disappointed with this one. Go ahead, grab a cup of tea, find a cozy spot, and jump right in. Adventure awaits!

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  • Posted July 8, 2012

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    An excellent ending to the series. I enjoyed the first two, and

    An excellent ending to the series. I enjoyed the first two, and the last book brought all unanswered questions from the first two books to an end. I thoroughly enjoyed this series!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 19, 2009

    Wonderful series

    Definitely a moving conclusion to the 3 book series. Peterson and Miller score with this one. Although the ending is a little predictable, you find yourself anxiously awaiting the resolution. Made me cry in places. Teaches a great lesson about family and forgiveness.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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