lways a bridegroom As if one bride weren't enough, Maggie Osborne's captivating tale, I Do, I Do, I Do sends three brides hotfooting it across the Yukon ice trails after the dastardly bigamist Jean Jacques Villette. Osborne's ability to portray fascinating females is at its peak in this heartwarming tale. The sheltered Juliette March, down-to-earth Zoe Wilder, and indomitable Clara Klaus are reluctant allies in the quest for justice and the funds Jean Jacques conned from them. In the process they each find the loves that truly match them loves they never would have met but for Jean Jacques. Maggie Osborne is one of the real gems among romance writers, and I Do, I Do, I Do is a multifaceted treasure.

Sandy Huseby writes and reviews at fireside in Fargo or in a hammock under the northern Minnesota pines.

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