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Alice Carter found herself a widow, her doctor husband murdered as he left the hospital where he worked. Alice, too, is a doctor and thought she wouldn't have any trouble finding a position with the hospital where her husband had been so well regarded. She was wrong. Seems no one wanted a female doctor, especially one in mourning. Seeing no other way out, Alice becomes a mail-order bride to a doctor in Hope's Crossing in the Montana Territory.

Dr. Jeremiah Kilarney needs help. He needs a nurse to assist him with his patients. Knowing he has to marry the woman or she'll be inundated with marriage proposals from the lonely miners, he goes to Matchmaker & Co. Specifying his need for a nurse or someone willing to be trained as one, he's surprised when Alice Carter, doctor, steps out of the stagecoach with her precocious daughter, Melly.

Can Alice and Jeremiah have a future when ghosts from her past still hold her heart?

Hope's Crossing can be the answer to their future or the end of their dreams.

©2016 Cynthia Woolf (P)2017 Cynthia Woolf

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Journey into the unknown

This was a very good book. I enjoyed the journey with Bella and in getting to know Alex. I did fine his stubbornness irritating, but he finally realized how he felt and made her feel well loved. The fact that the man she ran away from would not give up was also irritating. Why would a man trace a woman all the way from New York to Montana, when she had let hlim know she didn't want any part of him by running away. On the whole it really is a good book and I recommend it whole heartedly. I have read this book several years ago, but listened to it today, was like hearing a new book. I look forward to hearing many more books.