A Matter of Heart Paperback
Lone Star Brides Book 3
by Tracie Peterson;
A Bird's Eye View
Jessica is heartbroken by the loss of the man she intended to marry when her world is upended by two new men in her life
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A Matter of Heart
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A Matter of Heart is book 3 in Tracie Peterson's Lone Star Brides romance series.
In book three you'll follow Texas born and raised Jessica Atherton; a wealthy young woman whose heart was broken when the man she intended to marry wedded another. But her world is upended yet again when two new men come into her life and both manage to catch her eye and stir her aching heart.
Harrison Gable is a successful young lawyer with ambitions that match Jessica's dreams. His warm, attentive manner and thoughtful gifts make her feel special.
Austin Todd, a former Secret Service agent, enjoys working now as a Texas Ranger cattle inspector. But after learning of forged gold certificates and missing printing plates, he's drawn back into the world of intrigue and agrees to help solve the case. Jessica is drawn to his kind nature and the unspoken pain she sees in his eyes.
If Jessica follows her heart, where will it lead?
Once again Tracie writes with passion along with the ability to keep you entertained and encourage your faith. You'll love the way that romance is the subject the novel, but it's the character's walk with the God that is the real focus of the transformation toward love.
A Matter of Heart by Tracie Peterson was published by Baker Publishing Group in November 2014 and is our 45558th best seller. The ISBN for A Matter of Heart is 9780764210600.
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Details for A Matter of Heart
|Page last updated||27th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Tracie Peterson|
|Publisher||Baker Publishing Group (November 2014)|
|Number of Pages||352|