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Celtic Knot Feb 6, 2010
Tammy Doherty spins a western plot that surely rivals its name. Abby's journey through love, grief, suspicion and danger twists and turns like a chain of never ending Celtic knots.
Disinherited by her wealthy family, Abby works as a maid in a saloon to support herself and her son. Her husband is dead. He was the only man she would ever love, or so she thinks until the rugged, handsome Kyle saunters into town.
But she can't love Kyle. He works for the Bigelos. He must be as sinister as her father and her brothers at the Big-L-O Ranch Should she trust this man who claims to care for her but won't distance himself from her treacherous family?
The minister and his wife who befriended Abby when her brother set her out of her home, believes in him. Maybe she should too. She doubts, yet longs to learn more about this great loving God the minister and Kyle speak of. She's never known anything but hate except from her late husband.
I read the page-turning book in two delightful days. I plan to go back and read Tammy Doherty's two preceding novels in the series. If they equaL the Celtic Knot, I'm sure I won't be disappointed.