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Reviewed by Tamera Lawrence for Readers' Favorite
Widow Willow Peterson has recovered from unexpected loss and finds comfort in the close knit family she holds so dearly in her heart. But even as she comes to terms with the loss of her husband, she finds renewed faith. Willow seeks to find a place to fit in, but selling ice boxes just isn’t it. Answering an advertisement for a portrait artist, Willow meets Trenton Van Der Veer and the two make a business connection. But as the pair spends time together, they both discover they both want more and are ready to let their past hurts go. But even as the seeds of love are newly sprouting, a woman from Trenton’s past threatens to tear the couple apart. Will their love survive this challenge?
"Twice a Bride" by Mona Hodgson is a 1898 historical romance that brings to life Cripple Creek – a quaint town filled with a variety of interesting characters filled with country charm. Family ties are explored as well as the loss of loved ones and the forgiveness of others. The Sinclair family is a refreshing glimpse into a faith-drawn family, who overcomes obstacles with their love for each other and a deepening faith in an unfailing God. Mona Hodgson did a wonderful job of bringing this story to life from her scenes of a fateful train derailment to the hurt of daughters who look for a way to reconnect with their wayward father. A good read by a talented author.