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    Captivating story of faith and love

    My Heart Belongs in Glenwood Springs, Colorado is part of an 11 book series that each feature a historic location and is set sometime during the 1770s and 1940. This book by Rebecca Jepson is set in the 1880s and takes the reader from Nantucket and Philadelphia in the East to the beautiful mountains of Colorado. Having read all the previous in the series, I knew a little what to expect and was not disappointed in this one. Beautiful descriptive scenes, strong characters (sweet friends, condescending mother, handsome men, rascally children) and of course, a romance fraught with tension, all kept my attention. Throughout the book, there is a strong thread of faith seen as the characters each work their way through personal issues. The past meets the present in this story and old resentments and new accusations just may keep true love from coming to pass. I really enjoyed this story and am looking forward to the next one in the series. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.
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    My Heart Belongs in Glenwood

    Millie Cooper is a stronger, more admirable person than I am. There is no way, especially after six years, that I would become the nurse for the mother and brother who broke up my engagement with their son and brother. I wouldn’t have the willingness or grace, particularly after learning their reason was-I was beneath them socially as the child of a fisherman’s family! Then, add that to the fact that her beloved needs her to care for his pregnant wife…NO WAY, NO HOW! However, if we indeed accept God’s grace, we can do anything. In this way, Millie is truly a strong, admirable person. Rebecca Jepson is a new author to me, but she won’t stay that way long. Her story resonates with Biblical truths, insights and wisdom. She crafts a unique story that leaves you guessing until the end. The last few pages toward the end produce a desire to be able to read even faster! Inevitably, it can’t end the way you fear, or can it? The suspense is exciting, causing you to hold your breath hoping for, and receiving, a satisfying conclusion. I am so enjoying the My Heart Belongs Series! I especially like that I am discovering new authors like Rebecca Jepson and that each book is a stand-alone story. I received this book from Barbour Publishing, Inc. through NetGalley. However, I was under no obligation to post a review.
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    What a wonderful nurse, Millie is!

    Millie Cooper is the daughter of a poor fisherman, who flees from the East Coast, a failed engagement to Stephen Drexel, the youngest son of well to do people. She ends up in the town of Glenwood Springs, Colorado; where she works with the local doctor as his very capable nurse. Who should show up in town, the rich Drexel family; whose matriarch is suffering from a severe lung condition. The man she was engaged to, Stephen's wife is very pregnant. The older brother John is looking for a nurse to take care of both of the women. If there was anyone else he could ask, he would. Millie doesn't want to go take care of the two women, she is perfectly happy, where she is. She prays over it and decides that God is leading her to be their nurse. Read the book to find out where it goes. I'd highly recommend this book. I received a complimentary copy of this book, from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.
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