When his sister is killed in a bank robbery, William Barns steps up to take care of his two twin nieces while their father tracks down the killers.
Emily Jane Rodgers came to town as a mail-order bride, but her intended chose to marry someone else, so now she lives with the schoolteacher and works at the bakery. Emily Jane invites William and the girls to dinner, and they love her, and she convinces her friend Anna Mae to help her give them a hand. Will these twin girls be what it takes to help bring William and Emily Jane together?
I loved Ruby and Rose, and while they may look alike their personalities are very different and distinct. And in no time Emily Jane can tell them apart without looking at their hair ribbons.
I loved how the friend ship between William and Emily Jane was natural and how they grew to depend on each other.
Overall, a great read from beginning to end, with great main characters, and interesting side characters, along with plenty of surprises along the way!
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