Item description for Senator's Bride (Brides of Montclair, Book 12) by Jane Peart...
Overview Ten years after the first World War, Crystal Kirk, an attractive young career woman, arrives in Mayfield, Virginia, only to spark the love interest of Kip Montrose, a former aviator
Publishers Description The era of the Roaring Twenties brings new challenges to the younger members of the Montrose and Cameron clans, as they search for new purpose for their lives, face their inherited destiny, and hope for lasting love. Suddenly, a senatorial campaign tears the families apart and plunges old friends into a bitter political battle in which both winners and losers attain unexpected results.
Promise Angels is dedicated to bringing you great books at great prices. Whether you read for entertainment, to learn, or for literacy - you will find what you want at promiseangels.com!
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.51" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1994
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Series Brides Of Montclair
Series Number 12
ISBN 0310671515 ISBN13 9780310671510
Availability 0 units.
More About Jane Peart
Jane Peart was a best-selling novelist in both the secular and Christian markets. Her beloved Brides of Montclair Series is one of the longest continuous series on the market. She also published the American Quilts Series, and the Orphan Train Trilogy.
Jane Peart currently resides in Fortuna, in the state of California.
Jane Peart has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Senator's Bride (Brides of Montclair, Book 12)?
love continues for the Montrose and Cameron families Jul 26, 2000
In this chapter of Peart's Brides of Montclair series, the next generation of the Montroses and Camerons are looking for love and fulfillment. The Montrose children, who have been split up since the untimely death of their mother on the Titanic, finally reunite at the home of their grandmother in Virginia. The youngest, Bryanne, who has not seen her father, grandmother, sister, or brother in the ten years since her mother's death, is deeply disappointed that her father and brother are not interested in forming a stronger relationship, and she is very hurt when her wayward artist father leaves once again. Only her relationship with older sister Lynette is renewed and becomes stronger than ever. Both sisters experience their first loves, Lynette with an up-and-coming senatorial candidate, and Bryanne, with the handsome Irish groom. Their cousin-uncle Scott Cameron, editor of the local newspaper, decides to endorse Lynette's fiance Frank, not knowing that his old friend, war-hero Kip Montrose, has also decided to throw his hat into the race. Kip's aggressive campaign is suddenly halted, however, by the sudden and near-fatal illness of his son Luc. In the meantime, Jillian, Bryanne's English companion, finds herself drawn to Scott, and Crystal, a New York photographer, is hopelessly attracted to Kip. Kip, however, is torn once again between Scott's sisters, twins Kitty and Cara, both now attractive widows with a new maturity and wisdom that comes from the trials that they have experienced. On top of the varying love interests in this book, the underlying tension between the Montrose children's grandmothers, Garnet and Blythe, which has been a part of the last several books, finally comes to the surface in Senator's Bride. The Brides of Montclair is a great series, and my only complaint about these books is that Peart should have put a comprehensive family tree in each one so that I can keep these rather complicated Montrose/Cameron relationships straight, especially when a good bit of time elapses before I read the next installment. Senator's Bride was a great Christian romance; I recommend it and the entire series to anyone who likes this type of book.