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    A TENDER HOPE. By Amanda Cabot 1881 Thea feeling free, her horse and items of her trade was all she was taking with her. Thea had secrets and afraid someone would find out. She was now headed to Cimmaron Creek, a position as a midwife. To shed the black garments and all that was lost. A friend, Aimee she had recently meet was going with her. Upon arriving into town and awaiting for her on the doorsteps of her new home, was Ranger Jackson, with a baby he found. He was in town looking for three men and a woman that were part of a gang. She recognized him,did he her. Interesting and enjoyable to read, about new beginnings, will she find happiness and friends. For Aimee will she find her mother . Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion from Net Galley and Revell.
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    Final book in Cimarron Creek Trilogy

    A Tender Hope is the final book in a Cimarron Creek Trilogy. A Tender Hope can be read alone, but, after reading it, you will want to go back and read the other two books in the series. The couples from the first two books are included in A Tender Hope. I thought A Tender Hope was well-written with gentle pacing. Amanda Cabot has a casual writing style that engages the reader and draws them into her tale. The Christian elements are nicely integrated into the story. I like that it was light but meaningful. Thea’s story was intriguing. New details are added as the story progresses, and I like how it all tied together. Guthrie and Thea’s romance plays out softly and sweetly. Aimee is seeking answers on her birth parents and she gets so much more (I do not want to give away any spoilers). Nate Kenton and Warner Gray provide humor to the story. Both men are seeking wives and women are scarce in their area. I liked that the author gave many of the females in the story occupations and strong voices. I was very happy that A Tender Hope was not a typical historical romance. There is mystery, suspense and action along with family, friendship, love, and faith. A Tender Hope has a satisfying conclusion that will leave readers smiling.

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