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Undaunted Hope

About This Book

 

1871, Eagle Harbor, Michigan.

 

In a town mired in darkness, she may shine the light they need.

 

Running from the mistakes of her past, Tessa Taylor heads to the uppermost reaches of Michigan, planning to serve as the new teacher to the children of miners. She quickly learns the town had requested a male teacher, but Percival Updegraff, superintendent and chief mine clerk, says she can stay through winter since it’s too late to replace her. Tessa can’t help but thank him and say she is in his debt.

 

Determined to make herself irreplaceable once spring thaw arrives, Tessa throws herself into her work, and soon two students have decided Miss Taylor is the right match for their grieving father. At the same time, charming assistant lightkeeper Alex Bjorklund makes his interest known, surprising Tessa, who has never had men fight for her hand before. But not all is well as she feels that someone is tracking her every move, and she may not be able to escape the trap that has been laid for her.

 

My Thoughts

 

A beautiful conclusion to the Beacons of Hope trilogy that even wraps up the story from its prequel novella. An absolute must-read and keeper – I couldn’t put it down!

 

My Rating

 

 

 

 

 

Available January 5, 2016 from Bethany House Publishers

 

I received a complimentary review copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion, which I have given, freely and without compensation.

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