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REVIEW: Beloved Hope by Tracie Peterson

Hope, the middle sister, hardened her heart to everyone except her two sisters and maybe her uncle’s family. After the demoralizing personal attack on her at the Whitman mission, she has good reason to be wary. Older sister Grace and younger sister Mercy gently encourage her to give the fear and hate over to God. Hope, though, is resigned to her delicate hold on a normal life. Given an opening, though, God can get in and do wonders.

Beloved Hope, Heart of the Frontier Series #2   -     By: Tracie Peterson
Thanks to Bethany House for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.

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REVIEW: Treasured Grace (Heart of the Frontier #1) by Tracie Peterson

Grace, along with her two younger sisters, open the story with the death of Grace’s husband-by-convenience. They are delivered to the Whitman mission in this westward expansion story. Grace has the gift of healing and provides invaluable help to those in her wagon train, along with others at the mission. Thwarted by Mr. Whitman, Grace does what she can to help the settlers, residents and some of the tribal people. Helped by Alex Armistead, a trapper, Grace finds a new life for herself and her sisters.

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Their ultimate goal is Oregon to find her uncle who can provide for and vouch for the sisters.
Thanks to Bethany House for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.

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