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Maine Brides

By Susan Page Davis


Three romances set in historic Maine, where three women find that loving a man is not as easy as the heart would lead them to believe.
Lucy Hamblin obeyed her father and gave up Jack Hunter years ago, but when he is scheduled to hang in the morning, Lucy agrees to marry Jack. Can they hope for a miracle of preservation--of Jack's life and reputation--along with restoration of lost love?
Deborah Bowman's sister gave up her beau when he was presumed dead at sea. When Edward Hunter suddenly returns, he finds only Deborah waiting for hiim.
Letitia Hunter knows her place in high society, but she can't help having feelings for Etienne LeClair, the lowly French lumberjack who saved her from drowning. Can Etienne overcome the prejudice to win the hand of the boss's daughter?
Can faith bridge the road to love and bring three men who have been cast off by society to new lives alongside the women who love them?

Book Takeaway:

No matter what the obstacles, God can overcome them.


Year Title Description
2007 ACFW Book of the Year The Prisoner's Wife won the short historical category
2008 FH&L Inspirational Readers' Choice Contest The Lumberjack's Lady won the short historical category
2007 FH&L Inspirational Readers' Choice Contest The Prisoner's Wife won the short historical category

Why the author wrote this book:

I love digging into the past, and I found Maine's history rich and fascinating. I decided to write stories set in different periods--1720, 1820 (the year Maine became a state) and 1895 to show different aspects of the people and the culture.


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