The Blacksmith's Bravery

The Blacksmith's Bravery

Book - 2010
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"By age twelve, Vashti Edwards was orphaned and working her way west in different saloons. Life in Fergus, Idaho, has given Vashti new hope in Christian friends from the Ladies' Shooting Club and an employer who turned her saloon into a restaurant. But money is tight and Vashti tries to get the job she's dreamed of--stagecoach driver. Griffin Bane, local blacksmith, is overseeing the stagecoach line and admits he needs more help. But can a woman--even one known to be a good markswoman--handle the challenges and dangers on the trail? As soon as Vashti starts her new job, the line is targeted by a band of robbers. Was Griffin a fool to put a woman at the reins, and can he bravel the beautiful distraction she makes as he takes to riding shotgun? Will the Ladies' Shooting Club catch the bandits and bring the stubborn couple together?"--Page 4 of cover.
Publisher: Uhrichsville, OH : Barbour Pub., ©2010
ISBN: 9781602607965
Branch Call Number: FICTION DAVIS 2010
Characteristics: 317 pages ; 21 cm


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Jan 19, 2015

3rd book in the Ladies Shooting Club series, and the best so far. Set in the later 1800s (don't remember when for sure) in Idaho, this book continues the stories of the residents of Fergus, Idaho, their lives and their loves. Very light Christian tone. Seems to be well researched and not only did I enjoy the story, I liked learning about running a stagecoach line and all that was involved in such an endeavor in those times. Easy read, good dialogue, and just enough scenic description to get the feel of the land without over doing it. Good, gentle book.

HonorBound Mar 07, 2011

A bit of romantic fluff, but it does keep your interest.


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