In His Arms (Blemished Brides, Book 3)

In His Arms (Blemished Brides, Book 3)

by Peggy L Henderson
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In His Arms (Blemished Brides, Book 3) by Peggy L Henderson

A woman unable to trust. A man consumed by guilt. Can two lonely souls find a common ground and pave a path to love?

Grace Jennings knows how to survive, but she's learned long ago not to trust anyone, least of all a man. Sent west on an orphan train with her sister, Grace finds herself adopted into an unimaginable situation. She will stop at nothing to find and reunite with her sibling, and keep her safe from the man who is out to exploit homeless young girls.

Levi Colter is a loner by choice. Haunted by the guilt of his sister's death, he escapes into the mountains with his grief. Living an isolated life protects him from the heartache of losing those closest to him. When a stubborn young woman and a couple of runaways seek shelter at his cabin, Levi's solitary existence is turned upside down.

Thrown together unexpectedly, Grace and Levi are forced to put old hurts aside and confront their deepest demons. Can two people with troubled pasts let go of their guilt and mistrust, and learn what it means to open their hearts?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150942578
Publisher: Peggy L Henderson
Publication date: 08/06/2015
Series: Blemished Brides , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 59,204
File size: 450 KB

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In His Arms (Blemished Brides, Book 3) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great book! I love each new book more than the last!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful romance by one of my favorite authors and as usual, it took me on an adventure of suspense, angst, and romance. Our heroine, Grace, strong, determined and full of love for her lost sister, is on a mission and very determined to carry it out. Separated years ago while on an orphan train, she keeps looking for her and meanwhile, helps others along the way. Our hero, Levi (love him) is living his life alone in his much loved mountains. Contented with his quiet but lonely life, he is stunned when he comes home one snowy day to find a young woman and two children in his cabin. Under unusual circumstances in these snowy mountains, two lonely and hurting people find each other and start on a jouney of discovery and I enjoyed following along with them. This is the third book in this series and each one can be read as a stand alone, but it's so much fun to connect with the past characters from the previous books, In His Eyes and In His Touch. To my delight, I see there is going to be a forth book, In His Kiss and I'm looking forward to it. Some sexual content. JudyE
AnnieMarch26 More than 1 year ago
Grace Jennings is my favorite blemished bride. She learned early on that men couldn't be trusted. It started with her worthless father. First, he sent her out to beg rather than get a decent job. Second, he didn't pay for a doctor when she was injured, leaving her with a permanent handicap. Third, and lastly, he abandoned her and her little sister. Then the priest who was entrusted with the safety of orphans allowed her to be sold to the owner of a bordello. After suffering from unspeakable horrors, she escapes on a quest to find her sister who she was ripped away from. Along the way, she rescues as many girls as possible from the clutches of the bordello owner. When her rescue of her sister landed her with an extra person to care for, she didn't hesitate to help him too. Grace is incredibly brave. It was wonderful that she found a kindred spirit in Levi. He knew firsthand the pain that she suffered because he too was on an orphan train and was separated from his sister. He never got the reunion with his sibling but he got a second chance at happiness with Grace. It was admirable that they both decided to help other orphans learn a trade that that they could use to better their lives.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished this book and as with all of Peggy's books I was hooked and could not put it down until I was finished. It is a good read.