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Travel back in time to the 1870s when a small fort protected settlers of the Arizona desert - and a small town called Tucson was beginning to flourish. Meet the women who made faith, hope, and love blossom under the blazing sun. Glorianna, a pampered army captain's daughter, comes to Camp MacDowell reeling from the loss of her mother - and demanding that her father return her to the East. Can Lieutenant Conlon Sullivan tame this wild filly? Kathleen is wrongly accused of a crime the moment she steps from the stagecoach. Will Deputy Quinn Kirby see through a veil of distrust to glimpse the innocent woman with inner beauty? Lavette wears her bitterness like a yoke - one that hinders a fresh start in a new place. Can Josiah, the giant blacksmith, gently convince her to forget the past and embrace forgiveness? Chiquita was bartered away in marriage as settlement for her father's sizeable debt. How will Eduardo Villegas react when he realizes she's not what he expected? Follow the fascinating life journeys of four pioneering women. Can they learn to love the land, its Creator, and the men who tame the wild desert?
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NANCY J. FARRIER is an award-winning author of numerous books, articles, short stories, and devotions living in Southern California. She is married and the mother of five children and one grandson. Nancy feels called to share her faith with other through her writing.
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Book Description Barbour Publishing, Inc, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1586605976