Renewed Hope
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Renewed Hope  -     By: Carmen Peone

Renewed Hope

Iron Stream Fiction / 2024 / Paperback

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Sophie Cayes is on the road to success as an artist. Until her ex-husband threatens to sue for full custody of their son. Upon learning of a guest ranch in Eastern Washington that keeps a room open for women in need, she grabs her son and bolts.Although Chad Davis loves starting colts on the Seven Tine Guest Ranch, his goal is to have his own spread. Everything’s on course until a woman and her preschool son show up. He’s not thrilled about helping out. Until the boy comes up missing. On his watch.

   Along with a tribal cop they head back to Montana in search of the boy, knowing his dad was the one who kidnapped him. Sophie prays they find him before her ex-husband and his new wife go on the run. Taking her son with them.

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Title: Renewed Hope
By: Carmen Peone
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 368
Vendor: Iron Stream Fiction
Publication Date: 2024
Dimensions: 5.5 X 8.5 X 0.71 (inches)
Weight: 15 ounces
ISBN: 1645263649
ISBN-13: 9781645263647
Series: Seven Tine Ranch
Stock No: WW263647

Author Bio

Carmen Peone is an award-winning author of Young Adult and Inspirational Western Romantic Suspense. She worked with a Tribal Elder, Marguerite Ensminger, for three years learning the Arrow Lakes Language and various cultural traditions, which led to her writing career.

With the love of history and the western woman's lifestyle, she weaves threads of healing, hope, and horses into her stories.

 

She lives with her husband in Northeast Washington and on the Colville Confederated Indian Reservation.

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