Angus’ Trust
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Angus’ Trust by Linda K. Hubalek

09/22/2020
Fate puts two childhood friends on the same train but a robbery sets them on journey they hadn’t planned on. Angus Reagan grew up fascinated with trains and has done everything from stoking engines to applying the car brakes. Now, after being a train detective for years, he's thinking about heading home to Clear Creek, Kansas. He misses his family and community. Daisy Clancy spent her childhood in the family-run café in Clear Creek, Kansas, but she left home to work in a big city when she came of age. Still single and finally lonely for family, Daisy decides to return home and open her own business. Fate puts the two childhood friends on the same train and sparks of memories cause each to think of their future, maybe even together. But a train robbery sets them on another journey they hadn’t planned on. This book series, Grooms with Honor, showcases the six sons of Pastor and Kaitlyn Reagan, first featured in the 1873 year-based Brides with Grit series. "Will you love her, comfort her, honor and keep her, in sickness and in health; and forsaking all others, be faithful unto her as long as you both shall live?" The young men have heard Pastor Reagan say these words to many couples over the years, and they vow to treat all women this way as they walk through life.
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Western is fiction books, movies, and tv genres. Westerns are mostly placed in the 19th and early 20th century in the Western United States and tell the stories of cowboys, lands, and also outlaws investigating the western frontier and taming the Wild West. Westerns frequently stress the harshness of the wilderness and often place the action within an arid, barren landscape of hills and deserts. This genre generally portrays the conclusion of what's considered the"idealized American frontier" or person against nature. If you like to read the background, then you have to add this genre to your reading cart.

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