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Jeremy’s Home/There’s Always Hope by @susanreid460 is a Western Event pick #western #historical
Title: Jeremy’s Home / There’s Always Hope
Author: Susan Payne
Genre: Historical Western Women’s Fiction
Jeremy Macgregor makes a life altering choice to remain in his home town. Will his decision bring his family closer or drive four brothers apart forever?
“So, Clarissa’s on board with all this? She’s willing to stay a few years and then maybe move on?” Jessie asked doubtfully.
“I don’t think Clarissa will be staying. We seem to have come to an impasse and I’m surprised at how unconcerned I find myself about that. She just seems different here. I don’t know how, but I find I don’t think I really know her and what I do know, I don’t like. Does that sound like cold feet or do you think she changed?” asked Jeremy seriously.
“I think this trip home did what it was supposed to do. It made you look at her as part of your family and she doesn’t fit. And I don’t want to crush you or anything but she doesn’t act like a woman in love. She has a plan, for herself, her life and she is simply trying to find a man who fits in with that plan. I don’t think you’re that man and I don’t think Clarissa cares overly much. Another man will do as nicely.” Afraid he might have hurt his brother’s pride if not his feelings, asked, “Did I say too much?”
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Although this story focuses on a new architect for the town, it continues explaining how the west grew as entrepreneurs and professionals took lead. How those men and woman who dedicated their lives to building business led the way for the rest. How much a town could benefit from certain of its citizens working toward the betterment of everyone. This book is the fifth and sixth story of a series of eight, but all stories stand alone encompassing the same characters as they grow with the town of Sweetwater.
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A voracious reader her whole life, author Susan Payne loves the written word. When reading wasn’t enough, she decided to allow her mind to take flight and write all the many stories that kept intruding in her life. She blended her love of history and her love of words to create over eighty stories. All historical and centering on couples finding love and a happy ever after together.
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