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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    inspirational late nineteenth century Texas romance

    In 1884 San Angelo, Texas, stagecoach owner and mercantile retailer, Tyler McKinnon realizes that his driver is drunk so he plans to drive the stage to its destination Willow Grove. Before leaving, he flirts with one of the passengers, Camille Dupree, who says no to riding in the special seat next to him. Ty admits to himself that Miss Dupree is the first lady to excite him since his wife and child died three years ago during childbirth. Camille reflects back on how her deceased mom must be horrified with the life she lives, but just because one comes from a family of former wealth and standing means nothing when one needs food and shelter. Camille has become a traveling card player staying in a town long enough to beat the locals. In Willow Grove, Camille and Ty are attracted to one another, but both have doubts when it comes to relationships as he still reels over his loss and she over betrayal. As they fall in love, many townsfolk play matchmaker, but others want her out of his life. This stubborn pair will need divine intervention to make it, but both contain some Godly doubts.----- Though the action is somewhat limited, readers will appreciate this deep look at the role of women and religion in the late nineteenth century Texas. The inspirational story line is character driven as Camille looks for a second chance for a more acceptable lifestyle though she knows her options in her past were limited while Ty fears deeply caring as love hurts. Readers will feel TWICE BLESSED by this fabulous lead couple.----- Harriet Klausner

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