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Three Brave Women

Narrated by: Annie Aldington
Series: Three Brides, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 36 mins
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Summary

Linked through marriage to three brothers, the Underwood women prove time and again that they are a force to be reckoned with.

Jodie has travelled a hard road to reach her own prosperity, despite her husband's constant unreliability. Yet she can't bring herself to fully sever ties with John. But now with a potential new love waiting nearby, Jodie must make a decision she has been avoiding for too long.

Widowed at a young age, Lariane believes her marriage to Rick was perfect. He also left behind twin daughters, but is Lariane sacrificing their future happiness by looking for perfection? Will another man ever be good enough to fill Rick's shoes?

Dee has everything she ever wanted: A husband she adores and a beautiful little girl. But she knows that her family's happiness is founded on half-truths. How long before she must come clean with those she holds most dear?

Heartfelt and captivating, Three Brave Women is a story of loyalty, family and finding strength when all seems lost.

©2014 Elizabeth Waite (P)2014 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Loved this mini series

I enjoyed the first book and didn’t realise there was a sequel. Stumbled across it, but this was excellent though I personally preferred the narrator on the first book. So for continuity I wish they had stuck with her. Story full of happiness and sadness and joy. Well written.