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The Brass Button
     

The Brass Button

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by Sandy Jones
 

Matt Galloway left his home in Texas for West Point Military Academy with a heart full of bitter resentment against his older brother. A brother who had made his life unbearable from the moment they were orphaned at the ages of fourteen and ten. Four years later, handsome Lieutenant Matt Galloway gallops into Trapper Valley, Colorado, with a company of U.S. Cavalry

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Matt Galloway left his home in Texas for West Point Military Academy with a heart full of bitter resentment against his older brother. A brother who had made his life unbearable from the moment they were orphaned at the ages of fourteen and ten. Four years later, handsome Lieutenant Matt Galloway gallops into Trapper Valley, Colorado, with a company of U.S. Cavalry, and Dimple Snoe is convinced he is her dream come true. Before long, Dimple realizes there is a serious flaw in her hero. Matt has a deep-seated problem-a bitter heart, filled with hate for his own brother! Desperate, Dimple writes to Jake, Matt's brother. Suddenly, Matt is sent on a dangerous mission against Indians fleeing their reservation. Will Matt return or will he die in the desert, taking Dimple's heart to the grave with him? Did Matt wait too late to forgive and to be forgiven . . . by God?

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ISBN-13:
9781424150366
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
12/04/2006
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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The Brass Button 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book came to me at a time when I needed it because I have had a long standing resentment against my mom and dad for a long time because of some problems that have been on-going for about 15 years. This book has helped me to realize that I can't live with that resentment, and God has used it to help me let it go. Sandy Jones and her family happen to be some of my close personal friends, and if you have not read this book, you should. She is an amazing woman with an amazing mind.