Three Kentucky women discover that life isn't what they expected! Susannah searches desperately for a way to make things better for her family. Rose becomes surrogate mother to a sickly baby---with unexpected results. And widowed Molly returns to the mountains to raise her dead sister's children. Will love lead them out of despair? 352 pages, softcover from Barbour.
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Customer Reviews for Kentucky Brides
Review 1 for Kentucky Brides
Date:September 13, 2010
I'm from Kentucky and I like everything Kentucky, so for me this book was a winner from just the name. I was particularly surprised to find out about Mammoth Cave being used as a spa/healing place. I been there a couple of times. It's always great to learn new things about the place you live. I would have liked it just as well if I hadn't been a Kentucky native. Reading faith based stories strengthens me, also.
I liked this three-in-one book. The stories were pretty unique as were the settings within Kentucky (which I love to read about). These were great bedtime reads and I think are really good easy reads for someone who might have trouble following a really long convoluted novel. Different and sweet and easy to follow with one-of-a-kind stories.
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Review 3 for Kentucky Brides
Date:August 23, 2008
I couldn't get past the first few pages in the first story. The other 2 were okay stories if you can't find anything on tv.