Item description for The Outlaw's Twin Sister (Belles of Lordsburg #3) by Stephen A. Bly...
Overview Though she is only 32, Julianna Ortiz decided long ago that she would never marry. She does not like herself, her life, or her situation...and could never ask another person to like it either. Her twin brother is in prison awaiting his execution. And though Julianna's heart breaks at the thought of losing him, she will not unlawfully prevent justice, even though she is constantly harrassed by the other members of his gang who intend to do just that. Her father, too, has hopes of saving his son and re-enters Julianna's life after a 20-year absence, complicating things even further. As if that weren't enough, Julianna meets a notorious gunslinger whom she'd rather see dead than talk with again. And yet it soon becomes clear that Julianna needs the help of this enigmatic man if she is going to save her loved one-and her own life.
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Studio: Crossway Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.54" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.47 lbs.
Release Date Feb 28, 2002
Publisher Crossway Books/Good News
Series Belles Of Lordsburg
Series Number 3
ISBN 1581343590 ISBN13 9781581343595
Availability 0 units.
More About Stephen A. Bly
Stephen Bly lives in the mountains of north-central Idaho on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation. He has written more than 70 books for adults and kids, including a number of popular series for Crossway, and serves as pastor of the Winchester Community Church. He is also the town's mayor. Visit his website at www.blybooks.com.
Stephen A. Bly currently resides in Winchester, in the state of Idaho. Stephen A. Bly was born in 1944.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Outlaw's Twin Sister (Belles of Lordsburg #3)?
A great feel good book! May 6, 2004
This book is just alot of fun. Definitely the best of Bly that I have read. The plot is interesting and keeps you guessing. From the mischievous ten-year-old Paco to the mysterious, smooth talking Delnorte, Bly's characters are original and real. You can't help liking them. This book has a sweet love story that doesn't take over the book, as in most christian fictions, but is just enough for you romantics. This book also has amazing dialogue! Bly has a way of making you feel like you are sitting there right beside the character during a conversation. The heroine, Julianna, manages to weave the gospel message into her conversations without making it sound like a sermon. It was a pleasant surprise to read a christian fiction book and not get that deja veu feeling like you had read it before under a different name. In a world of christian fiction dominated by authors like Gilbert Morris this book is a breath of fresh air.