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Brothers of Belle Fourche: Books 1-3

Brothers of Belle Fourche Series, Book 1
Written by: Kari Trumbo
Narrated by: J. Scott Bennett
Length: 11 hrs and 24 mins

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Publisher's Summary

When the pain of loss is healed, it leaves room for the greatest of these which is love.

Teach Me to Love

Izzy Lawson has taken her last abuse.

When her husband dies, she has a choice to make: go home and face the family who made her stay with the beast, or head to Belle Fourche to the only friend she has left. The reserve she's worked so hard to build crumbles in the verdant rolling hills, and in the arms of a man so different from her husband.

Conrad Oleson can't read, and it's shamed him for longer than he can remember.

When another teacher shows up on his front step, he's sure his brother is meddling again. But when Izzy reveals her painful past, he can't stay away. And if learning to read brings him closer to her, he'll do about anything for her. Including, teaching her how to love.

What the Heart Holds

Arnold's first love died in the Cheyenne river.

He’s sure he’s had his one love. To guard his heart, he wants nothing to do with women. No one could ever compare to his Lynellen. He will work hard, be respectful, and never forget.

Stephenia is the new teacher in Belle Fourche when she almost meets her Maker.

Arnold saved her life, and maybe her heart. She’s avoided relationships her whole life, afraid of the pain of loss. When she finally gives up on him, he has to choose between the love he’s lost and the one who found him.

Deep Longing of the Soul

Oleson killed a man.

Never mind that he did it to save the lives of others, it’s eaten his soul to shreds. Nothing matters. When he injures himself breaking a horse, he has little reason to recover, except for the feisty English nurse who keeps pestering him.

Anne Hammond is a skilled nurse, trained in curing the sick and treating the wounded, but some wounds don't heal as easily.

She's seen war and heartache and left England for the American west to forget the images that haunt her. When a cowboy, broken in more ways than she can see, winds up on her examining table, will she be skilled enough to assist in his healing? Or will his wounds only open the ones she thought she'd left behind?

Don't miss these sweet, western, cowboy romances bringing love from loss.

©2018 Kari Trumbo (P)2019 Kari Trumbo

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  • 🎧 Jhommie Kem-ing
  • 2019-05-04

Brothers of Belle Fourche 1-3 by Kari Trumbo

Stories about moving forward and finding love. Sweet, Clean romance that will definitely cling to your heart. ❤

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  • Debi Kincheloe
  • 2019-04-18

Awesome

These brothers overcame obstacles to find out what it meant to have someone believe in you. You must read as the author draws you into these lives

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  • Dorothy A. Roller
  • 2019-04-18

Good story that make you keep listening.

Belle Fourche Brothers first three books on audible by Kari Trumbo and narrated by J. Scott Bennett.
The stories are all wonderful stories and very inspirational and I loved hearing them as much as reading them.
J. Scott Bennett is a new narrator to me and he did a good job on these three stories. I have heard better but I would listen to him again.

I enjoyed the three books and this audible.
I was given a code for this audible by the author Kari Trumbo but was not pressured at all for a review but I wanted to do a review as I did enjoy listening to all three stories. I even caught some things I forgot about in at least if not more of the stories.

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  • NanaTammy
  • 2019-06-19

Loved, loved, loved!

This is a wonderful set of stories about the three Olsen brothers and the women they love. Each couple finds and wins their happy ever after in a different but amusing way. Though these stories took place in the early 1900s they are real enough to have taken place today. Each story will tug at your heart in the beginning but bring tears to your eyes in the end.

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  • Marie B
  • 2019-06-08

Three Brothers and the Women Who Loved Them

In Teach Me to Love, Izzy Lawson was broken by her husband who belittled and controlled her and took from her the one thing she never knew she wanted when he killed their unborn baby. Conrad Oleson is ashamed that he could never learn how to read and his wrangler Stan took advantage of that until he goes too far. After Conrad fires him, Stan tries to kill him several times and uses Izzy to get to him. I felt for Isabelle feeling that she wasn’t attractive because she had been put down so much. And for Conrad feeling that he wasn’t good enough to help run his family’s ranch because he couldn’t read. They helped heal each other broken parts and find the happiness they deserved.

In What the Heart Holds, Stephenia Ford has hero worship for Arnold Oleson ever since he helped save her from the kidnapper at the school. She spends the summer walking to his house to give him a sweet roll from Isabelle’s bakery at the expense of not having enough money to buy food. It isn’t until she realizes that he doesn’t return her feelings and that he has never gotten over the young lady he loved who died in the river years before that she turns away from him. It isn’t until she stops coming around and another suitor starts calling on her, that Arnold starts to realize his feelings for her. But he doesn’t really act on it until he almost loses her to the river too. Arnold acted as young as her immature suitor did at times, telling her what she was doing wrong, not treating her like a lady, and not passing on her need for more wood because he was so focused on his competition. Stephania should have swallowed her pride and admitted sooner that she didn’t have enough food to eat and wood for heat. They both had some growing up to do in this story.

In Deep Longing of the Soul, Eli Oleson can’t get past killing a man even though he did so to save the women that would one day be his sister-in-laws. Nurse Anne Hammond can’t get past the guilt that one of her patients killed another man in a fit of jealousy over her. She is tasked with taking care of Eli after he is attacked by a wolf when he was angry and reckless trying to break a horse on his own. Taking care of him brings back bad memories for her. They help to heal each other, but their path to romance is far from smooth. They both have to forgive themselves first.

This was the first audible book I listened to and I loved the narrator. He has a nice even tone with inflections in the right places. It was also great to be able to multitask and listen to the book, while getting other things done.

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  • Catrina P
  • 2019-06-05

Brothers of Belle Fourche: Books 1-3

Three inspirational stories about overcoming personal obstacles and finding a chance at love. Each story is a stand alone and is available separately... a true gift to get them all as a single set.

Kari Trumbo has a way with writing sweet historical romances.

I have never been disappointed with one of J. Scott Bennett’s narrations. His voice is perfect for these stories.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.