The Blacksmith’s Bravery

(Barbour) is the final installment in Susan Page Davis’s unique Ladies Shooting Club series. “I wanted to write about a group of women who supported each other,” Susan says, “and who did something that was perhaps considered politically incorrect at the time.” Former saloon girl Vashti Edwards grapples with her past in light of her newfound faith and Griffin Bane, a gruff blacksmith, finds himself saddled with a woman he can’t ignore. “[Vashti’s] inner conflicts over the past are as compelling as her outer conflicts with Griffin and the bandits,” Susan says. “I hope readers will love Vashti as much as I do.”

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About The Author

Award-winning author Susan Page Davis is a mother of six who lives in Kentucky with her husband, Jim. She worked as a newspaper correspondent for more than twenty-five years in addition to home-schooling her children. She writes romances and cozy mysteries and is a member of ACFW.