Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Stirring Up Romance, by Janet Lee Barton
After the loss of her husband, Elise Morgan is left with nowhere to live. She moves in with Frieda Morgan, her mother-in-law. When her mother-in-law makes the decision to move to New Mexico, Elise goes with her to help her settle in. The plan was for Elise to return to Colorado; however, love finds Elise again.
To Trust An Outlaw, by Rhonda Gibson
Elizabeth Winterspoon has decided to leave home for a teaching position. In a case of mistaken identity, she is kidnapped. The kidnappers think she is the wealthy banker’s daughter. What will happen to her when they find out she is not who they think she is?
Sharon Takes A Hand, by Rosey Dow
Sharon Hastings was orphaned when she was thirteen. Her guardian, Uncle Rudolph, sent her to boarding school and took good care of her financially. However, she never met him. She is delighted to be leaving boarding school and coming home to live on her uncle’s ranch. When she arrives, she is greeted by a mystery. Her uncle disappeared six weeks ago. The ranch now belongs to her. She is determined to not only run the ranch, but to discover what happened to her uncle.
The connecting thread in these three delightful stories is the setting, New Mexico Territory in the 1890s. Three Christian authors united to offer readers tales of faith and love.