The following snippet was taken from
Two Sisters and the Christmas Groom
Book 18, Sweethearts of Jubilee Springs
Tamping down the annoyance she still felt over her treatment by the bride broker, Lizett Millard, Delly feigned indifference. “By chance, did your sister contact that bridal agency listed on the newspaper clipping I left for you?”
Annie’s smile widened. “That she did. She said to be thanking you for leaving it, as well as the paper and stamps. She was penning her letter that very night I took it to her. By the time I left, already she was writing to two men—one here in Jubilee Springs, and one in Central City.”
Delly stared straight ahead as her memory flashed back to the harvest dance held the night Bennett agreed to marry her. That night, Royce Bainbridge, one of the owners of the Prosperity Mine, announced the name of a young Irish miner as the latest employee eligible to occupy one of the ten company houses once he married. She wondered if Mrs. Millard, with all her graphology hocus-pocus, selected him or another Jubilee Springs miner to correspond with Annie’s sister.
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