Widowed gunsmith Hiram Dooley is in a fix. His widowed sister-in-law believes Hiram's duty is to marry her, and shopkeeper Libby Adams has no idea that he loves her. When the schoolteacher's uncle is murdered, Libby and Hiram team up to solve the crime. Will Hiram be able to tell Libby his true feelings?
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As the second book in the trilogy, this book ties up the loose ends from the first book. The quiet gunsmith Hiram wonders if happiness with the also widowed shopkeeper Libby might be possible. The sister of Hiram's deceased wife comes to town and is determined to marry Hiram, even though he wants nothing to do with her.
Meanwhile, the schoolteacher meets her felon uncle, that she has never before heard of, wondering where he came from & what happenened to him. All of my favorite characters, especially those in the shooting club, return in this book that I really enjoyed. I couldn't wait to start the next book after I finished it.
These stories have good chrisitan values when it comes to dating, or courting as it was called back then. These stories also show how being a christian isn't easy, but it is most certainly worth it; because with God we can do all things.
THE GUNSMITH'S GALLANTRY by Susan Page Davis is a delightful Inspirational Romance set in 1886 Fergus, Idaho. It is the second in the Ladies' Shooting Club series but can be read as a stand alone. It is well written with details and depth. It has courage, faith, friendship, betrayal, a tender romance, and wit. The characters are charming, witty and will hold your interest. They cause an uproar or two and definite mayhem. The Ladies' Shooting Club is several of the town's women learning how to shoot and become more confidant. In this story our hero is the gunsmith, Hiram, he is shy,a widower, handsome,and best friend's with the sheriff(he is in love with Hiram's sister).He is falling in love with our heroine, the pretty, Ms Libby, who herself is a widow. Hiram is so shy and quiet his sister-in-law, Rose, comes to town with marriage on her mind to him. He has no desire for her for he is in love with Libby(he doesn't quiet know that yet). This story has many facets to it. We have several plots going on, but in the end it all comes together. This is a witty, tender fast paced page turner story. You will enjoy from beginning to end. I would recommend this book. If you have not read the first in this series, The Sheriff's Surrender, I would recommend you pick it up, you will not disappointed. This book was received for review and details can be found at My Book Addiction and More and Barbour Publishing.