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REVIEW: Heart on the Line by Karen Witemeyer

Grace Mallory works for Western Union as a telegraph operator. This gives her an income and a unique communication method. She needs this as she’s “on the run” for most of the book, hiding out from corrupt security men who took her father’s life. Amos Bledsoe is the operator in a nearby Texas town. He overhears a telegraph conversation that is meant for Grace, and he springs into action.

The story had intrigue, mystery, humor and a lovely love story.
Heart on the Line (Ladies of Harper’s Station, #2)
Thanks to Bethany House Publishers for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.

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REVIEW: Love’s Sweet Beginning by Ann Shorey

Love’s Sweet Beginning is part of a series by Ann Shorey, though the books may easily be read as separate stories.  You will encounter characters from other books, but their stories are unique.  This one brings us Cassie who desperately needs to separate from her mother’s firm hold.  Cassie is a firm believer in the commandment to honor thy father/mother and she struggles to find the right balance.  Jacob West is self-reliant shopkeeper who is afraid to open his heart to someone after being snubbed a couple years prior.  This story has a good history storyline in addition to some sweet romance.  Follow Cassie as she finds self worth and Jacob as he confronts his past and embraces his future.

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