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Hattie Arnsby’s been a slave to men and whiskey for the last year. She’s drowned herself in drink to avoid her life at the Red Garter Saloon in Keystone, SD. When a handsome deputy finds her after a year of searching, she finally sees a sliver of hope.

Hugh Bradley is deputized to find Hattie and bring her home, but her captors aren’t ready to set her free. He must help her be rid of the drink and the binds of the brothel. 

But when Hattie’s handed temptation, will she run back to her past or embrace the love growing between them?

Kisses in Keystone, the second-chance novel in the Seven Brides of South Dakota series by Kari Trumbo, combines romance, history, action, and faith into a story you won’t want to put down. 

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What a great kisses of a Audio

Love the first story and this one will also have you kissing the air over this second audio. Meghan Kelly voice was phenomenal as always. Meghan brought this audio to life. Meghan did all the parts great.
The author Kari wrote a great historical story about the second sister Kari chapters have depth , well developed. They enjoy life and some like to take risks and rebel That is true in this story .
The second sister is getting sick and tired of always being a second fiddle . Hattie is wondering when her life is going to get more exciting. Hugh the second deputy does has feelings for her but .....l.
Hattie decides to take a risk about finding adventure. The one risk she took backfires. The one risk took her towards a path she didn’t want or need. That is where Huge comes in.
Grab it and see how Hattie had her life turned upside down

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Second book is twice as fun!

Hattie has run away thinking she will be free from the pressures of family only to be caught up in a very destructive life. 


Hugh has been asked to find Hattie and bring her home only to find how dangerous her new life has become. 


As he rescues Hattie from her new life, will he also be able to show her that she can also be redeemed and loved?



I really liked this book. The plot and characters were good and I really felt like this book is a stand alone. (the first book did not have that feeling since it came from a different series) Kari did a good job with the tension of the characters and the situations without getting graphic in Hattie's situation and bad choices. Meghan did a beautiful job with the narrative, pacing and both female and male characters! Looking forward to book 3!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Jan M
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Awesome Listen!

What a great listen! Kari Trumbo wrote a great story with a wonderful message of Love is Kind as the theme. Meghan Kelly performed this book flawlessly with her distinguishable voices for the various characters. She adds the right emotions to the books. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review.

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Kisses in keystone

Loved the book and the audiobook was also excellent. Narrator did a great job. Can’t wait for next in the series

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Love is Patient, Love is Kind

Hattie was not given a great start in life. A father that taught her his vices and then left she and her siblings on their own. She trusts the wrong man and finds herself at the bottom-of everything. Her sisters have hired Hugh Bradley to track her and bring her to them. He does find her, but, is not sure what he should do. This audio book was heart wrenching. The realization that human trafficking isn't just a current day problem, nor is addiction. As you see Hattie's struggles, you want her to succeed. You want her to win over all adversities. Does she? Listen to find out. Very, very good book.

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Redeeming love & overcoming addiction

This was one of the most beautiful love stories I've read in a long time. I love that the book begins with a rescue, and love the tender, gentle way Hugh knows Hattie needs after what she has been through. The way he cares for her, and helps her overcome her addiction to alcohol, is priceless. I absolutely love the parallel to Hosea's story from the Bible, and how Hugh comes to love Hattie and her him as the story unfolds. An absolutely beautiful love story, with forgiveness and grace. The narrator, Meghan, did a marvelous job acting out the characters, and bringing this novel to life with her beautiful voice. This will be a novel I listen to repeatedly.

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Old West romance that shows Love helps healing!

The great second book in this series of seven sisters in South Dakota. In this story of a damaged woman who needs rescuing from some of her bad life choices, rides a hero that feels he needs to do something good to redeem himself. It is a very touching Christian romance as these two broken people feel love starting to grow. Very enjoyable listen made even better by the good narration.

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Wonderful series!

Hattie is a strong young woman, that overcomes all the bad things life sends her way. Consumption and a desire for love leads her down a dark path with little hope, until there is a light at the end of the tunnel in the form of a man with a star. I enjoyed every minute of this book. The harsh reality of what the Wild West was like and sometimes women took the brunt of the brutality. Another stellar performance from Meghan Kelly!

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Another winner

Another great story that was told by the fantastic Meghan Kelly, who knows how to get into the characters and make them come to life! I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next one in the series. It's a nice story, but not too 'tame' for my liking. Enjoyed it!

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Great story of facing down your demons

We met both Hattie and Hugh in Book 1, Dreams in Deadwood. Hattie is the attention seeking sister, and who has disappeared...presumably a run away. Hugh is the older brother of Aiden...his treatment of Aiden when he returned to the family ranch was akin to that of the elder brother in the story of The Prodigal Son. Now it's a year later and Hugh has been deputized and is searching for Hattie. When Hugh finds Hattie, she is working as an enslaved prostitute and is an alcoholic. It takes some doing, but he rescues her from the 'house', but due to extenuating circumstances, they are forced to remain in the town until a judge arrives. During this time, Hugh has re-committed his life to his God and is trying to show Hattie that she is worth more than her body. But can Hattie withstand the temptation of the drink and realize that she is still loved and wanted by her family...and possibly Hugh? This book had some gut wrenching moments when you just wanted to wrap your arms around Hattie...then there were those moments when you wanted to shake some sense into her. Fantastic ending with a sweet HEA. Now I need to get the story of Hattie's twin...another great job by the narrator. Historical fiction is not usually at the top of my must read-listen list, but this series is captivating.
I accepted a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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