A Vote of Confidence
"Put up or shut up! Complaining about Bethlehem Springs' dissolute mayoral candidate, Gwen Arlington is challenged to take on the role herself. For seven years, she's carved out an independent life in the bustling mountain town of Bethlehem Springs, Idaho, teaching piano and writing for the local newspaper. But now she's a single woman running for mayor -- and in 1915 this decision is bound to stir up trouble. Morgan McKinley is fed up with the delays that hinder the construction of New Hope Health Spa, a place where both rich and poor can come for rest and healing. New to the area, he has determined that serving as mayor would help him push through his agenda for progress. Gwen and Morgan each want to prove they are the most qualified candidate, not only to voters but to each other, and so sparks fly as the two campaign. Although Morgan has learned to guard his heart as fiercely as Gwen guards her independence, could they learn to be allies instead of adversaries? This first book in the Sisters of Bethlehem Springs Series provides intriguing insights into how women challenged convention and shaped America in the early twentieth century."--Back cover.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Grandy - LibraryThing
Very fresh short read, I enjoyed it and the other two in this series, Always enjoy storys about the early day's of our country with some personal touch added in. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - BarbsReviews - LibraryThing
A wonderful inspirational read. I love romance and history and what great two things come together with twin sister's Gwen and Cleo. When the girls were little their mother was longing for the city ... Read full review