A Promise To Believe In

book-reviews_a-promise-to-believe-in_tracie-peterson_christian-romance_montanaIn this Christian Romance, Gwen Gallatin and her two sisters inherit a Montana stagecoach station and boardinghouse after their father dies during a saloon brawl.

The saloon, next door to the Gallatin property, is not only filled with rowdy patrons and soiled doves, but the brash owner is an insulting individual determined to run the sisters out of town. The trouble here is the constantly changing points of view between the three sisters, their suitors and the leeches trying to prey upon the girls. Since the book lacks a clear protagonist and a strong plot, the poor reader is left wondering what this story is really about.

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