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As part of the Bethany House review crew, I recently had a chance to review a copy of A Treasure Concealed by Tracie Peterson:
About the book:
There is more than gold to be found in these hills.
Emily Carver longs to have a home of her own, but instead she endures a transient existence in the gold mining camps of Montana, where her father's hopes for riches lie endlessly buried. Promises of wealth from this wild land have brought only hardship and disappointment, causing Emily to wonder if her own modest dreams will ever see the light of day.
Caeden Thibault, a young geologist working for the government, is a man trying to escape the pain of his past, and the idyllic mountains of Montana serve his purposes well. In the course of his work, he has seen more than his share of starry-eyed gold seekers. So when Emily Carver catches his attention, he is intrigued by the fact that she isn't pinning her hopes on striking it rich.
Will an unexpected discovery come between them or draw them together?
About the author:
Tracie Peterson is the bestselling, award-winning author of more than 100 novels. Tracie also teaches writing workshops at a variety of conferences on subjects such as inspirational romance and historical research. She and her family live in Montana. Learn more at www.traciepeterson.com.
A Treasure Concealed is the first book in the Sapphire Brides Series. It is set in Montana among mining camps and Peterson does a beautiful job creating a rich setting. She has obviously done her research on the period and tells a lovely story that lovers of historical romance are likely to love. Peterson's characters come to life for the reader thanks to her detailed writing style. The ongoing Christian theme is refreshing throughout the book. Overall, A Treasure Concealed was a pleasant read!
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