A Promise to Believe In (Brides of Gallatin County, The)

Gwen, Beth, And Lacy Gallatin Fashion A Life For Themselves In The Montana Wilds, Operating A Roadhouse That Is Located At The Crossroads Of Two Major Stage Lines When Their Father Is Accidentally Killed, The Oldest Sister, Gwen, Reasons That She S Cursed After All, Death Seems To Haunt Her Her Mother, Now Her Fatherand She Was Married For A Mere Ten Days Before Her Husband Died From A Bout Of Measles.As Gwen And Her Sisters Struggle To Maintain The Inn On Their Own, An Unexpected Visitor Adds To The Mayhem Hank Bishop Claims To Be Searching For Something In The Possession Of Gwen S Late Husband But Mayhem Of Another Sort Builds In Gwen S Heart As She Finds A Growing Attraction To This Man Can She Dare To Hope That Love Might Again Be HersA Promise to Believe In (Brides of Gallatin County, The)

Tracie Peterson is a bestselling author who writes in both historical and contemporary genres Her novels reveal her love for research as well as her strong desire to develop emotionally meaningful characters and stories for her readers Tracie and her family live in Montana.pen name

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  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • A Promise to Believe In (Brides of Gallatin County, The)
  • Tracie Peterson
  • English
  • 05 September 2017
  • 9780764205866

10 thoughts on “A Promise to Believe In (Brides of Gallatin County, The)

  1. says:

    Absolutely the very best that I have read from Tracie Peterson so far A Promise to Believe In is creative, moving, funny, adventurous, and endearing I just loved it It had all of the elements that I have come to love of historical novels from Tracie Peterson In many historicals, a reader can find a novel telling the story of three characters, in this case sisters, and then the next two books in the trilogy will continue the story of a different character This is the first book that I have read that I knew was about one sister than the others, but it did not feel that way I got some insight and background on each sister and was feeling for them and loving them all from the beginning in different ways, yet not than the other It makes me even excited for the continuing books that I would have been otherw...

  2. says:

    4.5 5 Stars I really enjoyed this book Even though it took me FOREVER to read it because I started reading it during finals wrap up week for my Bachelor s degree in nursing and I didn t have much time to read it, and then after graduation it was Christmas break and we were SO busy However, I finally finished it over the end of our break and I really enj...

  3. says:

    It was cute, but the two younger sisters annoyed me so I won t be continuing the series since they are the focus of the rest of the series.Recommended 13 for violence, romance, death, and mentions of prostitution not graphic , and abuse.

  4. says:

    I d probably give this a 3.5, but since that isn t an option I went with 4 stars since I did enjoy the story overall.The story begins with the tragic death of Gwen, Beth and Lacy s father Each sister handles the passing in her own way but for Lacy she is set on vengeance A great deal of the story focused on Lacy and her need for uncovering what really happened I had a few suspicions but ended up being kind of disappointed with the whole thing I understand the need to forgive, but for story purposes it would be been interesting if it had been handled a bit differently The relationship with Gwen and Hank was fun to watch unfold Hank starts off as a pompous and mean By the end he has grown a lot and become a much better person Throughout the story we were continually being switched around from multiple points of view I can usually handle this when its each chapter, but when it sometimes switches 3 or so times in one chapter it can be a bit distracting After awhile I got use to it and it ...

  5. says:

    Though not spectacularly or breath takingly written, it was none the less a rewarding book filled with its own bouquet all the same the lightning strike connections, truth behind the simple words, and the thought provoking questions that each of us, at some point throughout our lives, ask ourselves, God, and seemingly the air that echoes back with no answer, but only doubt, confusion, or sense of helplessness give this tale than a grain of truth, but true grit This book draws together loose ends, questions unanswered, and sheds yet another dimension on the seemingly unending discovery our amazing savior Jesus that promise to believe in the love, the truth, and the way to trust Though simple, this book of seemingly normal people in the outreaches of Montana during the gold rush hits the mark, really, in its simplicity For they, the characters the thoughts, words, actions, and hearts are like that of each of us, and therein lies the great success of this story There are no flying bats...

  6. says:

    Book 1 in the Brides of Gallatin County series Very good Christian western romance, set in Montana.The only problem I had with the book is that I m not a fan of a woman marrying one brother and then marrying another brother I know this was c...

  7. says:

    I can t wait for the next book in this series to come out I have not been able to put it down.

  8. says:

    Could not get into this one I didn t like the main characters and couldn t finish and I swear I have read this story before.

  9. says:

    A Christian story, set in the second half of the 19th century in Montana, about three sisters, Gwen, Beth, and Lace, having to survive after their father s death, trying to continue the stage station, a type of bed and breakfast, as we would say nowadays Enter Hank, Gwen s brother in law, who she didn t know existed, and everything the sisters strived for seems to be in jeopardy.I just loved this It is not an exciting story, as in a thriller, or mystery or something like that, but it just flows on in such a way as to entice a reader to follow the events unfolding I know I could not stop reading, wanting to know what happened next I would not call it a Western, no shootings except for the one it starts with nor dangers for life and limb, those to virtue and faith But the characters are so ...

  10. says:

    Well let me just start off with saying this is not my normal type of book, but this book was really just a great romances The story takes place in my favorite time period and out where there is not much Tiny little town There are three women that go through some hard time and they use God in finding their ways This story has a lot that could help you come with stuff you could be dealing with losing someone dear to you, finding what true love could be like and what evils are out there I m very e...

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