In Tracie Peterson’s first book, A Treasure Concealed, in the series Sapphire Brides you will read a well-written story about a girl named Emily Carver. Emily is a young woman who longs to have a home of her own. Her father has moved from place to place taking his family with him in search of gold. Caeden Thibault is a young geologist on assignment in the Montana territory. Caeden is running from pain from his past and Emily does not want to get her heart involved.
This well thought out story is another one that only took me a day to read. For most it will probably take longer, but I just couldn’t seem to put it down. The story completely captivated me along with the depth of the characters. I also loved the History woven throughout the book. It was a delightful book to read and I hope you have the chance to read it too!
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