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(Book 12 in the Romancing the Weavers series)
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Life on a farm isn’t always the most exciting. Even if you love the wide open spaces, the closeness of a large family and a variety of work to do, part of you can still feel like going into the big wide world and checking things out.

This is Esther Weaver’s dilemma. She likes being part of the ever-growing Weaver clan and helping her ma in the kitchen, and looks forward to marrying and having children of her own. But over the last few years, she’s become fascinated with something that’s not only turned her head but is driving everyone else crazy …

… politics.

Never mind that it’s still 1896 and nineteen-year-old Esther isn’t even allowed to vote. She can’t get enough of reading about party struggles, elections, labor battles and revolutions. But everyone around her has had enough of listening to her talk about them. Her parents despair of ever finding her a mate who can put up with it – and some days, so does she.

Until one day a speaker comes to town – and gets beaten up for saying what someone doesn’t want to hear. Marshall Meagher, “famed orator of the East,” is laid up for two weeks with his injuries. Esther’s parents, wanting to help him out, let Esther volunteer to aid the local doctors. And suddenly she has someone who’ll not only listen, but agree with her and tell her more than she knew.

Could they become more than that? It seems unlikely – Marshall is a traveling man who’s seen the whole nation. Esther is just a country girl who’s never been more than a day from home and family. But unlikely things happen in Nowhere, Washington and the Weaver farm all the time. And sometimes it takes the unlikeliest events to put everyone where they need to be …

Regardless of your politics, you’ll love ESTHER, the latest book in the smash Romancing the Weavers series. Get ready for a wild ride!

Genre: Inspirational

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