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Publisher's Summary

In Sixteen Brides by Christy Award finalist Stephanie Grace Whitson, Civil War widows living in St. Louis are lured west by promises of prime homesteads in a booming community. When the unsuspecting women arrive at Plum Grove, Nebraska, sparks fly as they meet bachelors convinced they’ve come to marry them. The widows will need all the courage and faith they can muster to survive these unwanted circumstances—especially since appearances are so deceiving.
©2010 Stephanie Grace Whitson (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
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By Millie on 05-25-13

Very Entertaining

I really enjoyed this one. If you enjoy Cathy Marie Hake stories, you will really enjoy "Sixteen Brides." Ms. Whitson's and Ms. Hake's writing styles are very similar. A little fun, a little suspense, and a warm ending.

This is my first novel by this author. I found it by looking for books narrated by Ruth Ann Phimister because I like her reading style.

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By Teresa on 02-20-13

Good Listen

Narrator was excellent. Story line good, however predictable in places. Glad I found this author. I'm enjoying her books.

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By louise on 07-10-11

Women in the wild west

Interesting take on the lives of women in wild west, throw a few stereotypical characters (civil war widow, southern belle, battered wife) together and send them off into the wilderness. I thoroughly enjoyed this but felt it was all fairly predictable.

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