Cutter's Creek, Montana is growing and prospering in the 1880s. Mail order bride, Audrey Norris, brings her daughter and her mother with her longing to make a new life in the sweet and quirky town.
Widower Caleb Jefferson is the blacksmith in Cutter's Creek with no desire to fall in love again. But after an incident at church, he finally sees his daughter needs a mother—and a mail order bride might be his best option.
Audrey Norris has just learned her late husband had many secrets—including a house note she can't pay. With her daughter and mother depending on her for support, her options are few and mostly undesirable. After Audrey answers Caleb's ad and they agree to marriage terms, it seems all her worries will be a thing of the past.
When Audrey arrives in Montana, Caleb tries to make it work, but can't seem to move past his guilt over his wife's death. Audrey prays every day for help and guidance. God is taking His time. Meanwhile, the new family grows closer while Caleb drifts further away.
Then one simple misunderstanding severs the fragile balance they've created. Will this be the end of Audrey and Caleb or the beginning of a lifetime of love?
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Sweet love story. It kept me entertained and I read through it in two days....
some religious gobbelygook, can’t get past the first quarter. snooze.
I thought the characters in this book needed more background and rounding out. The storyline was very predictable and the as said the characters were one dimensional.