Very good. An emotionally touching story, with a great supporting cast.
Wonderful story of a woman that tries to make a fresh start for her family. The hero is a sheriff in the town they choose as home.
This book is the fourth in the Grayson Brother series.
Her first lie is that she is a widow, but Faith Wilkins sees little choice in telling it. She moved to Fredonia to escape a deadly past, and safety depends upon maintaining the charade: She is a simple healer who moved to town to erect a greenhouse. She has to fool everyone, including Sheriff Duke Grayson, and she'll do whatever it takes to do so.
But Duke is persistent and clever, and Faith knows it won't be long before the handsome lawman uncovers all he wishes. And he wishes for Faith as his bride. But the sheriff is a protector of truth and justice. What will he do when he discovers her lies? It is one thing to kiss in the dark, but in the end, love has to withstand the light of day.
For the first time, Faith believes it is possible.
A very good romance set in the 1870's!!!! Could hardly put it down.
This is a very good book. It is about a group of prostitutes trying to start a new life and find someone to accept them. Good read.