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Julie by Vivian Schurfranz
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As the railroads open a new age, Julie opens her heart to first love.
It's 1868 and in Crooked Branch, Utah, 15-year-old Julie Fulton is proud her family is helping build the first transcontinental railroad. With her father an engineer, and her mother head telegrapher for the railroad project, pretty, energetic Julie also wants to make a contribution. Her wish comes true when she begins to work as a telegrapher, too. For Julie, this dawn of a new era in her life is truly thrilling!
Even more thrilling is the way Julie feels when she meets two men who work on the railroad: Dylan O'Kelly, a dashing Irish charmer; and handsome, serious Samuel Harper. Dylan wants Julie to travel West with him to help complete the railroad. Samuel wants to take her to the glamour of Washington, D.C.
Both men offer Julie all the excitement and love she could ever want. But will her heart be wise enough to choose the man she really loves?
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Julie's family works for the Union Pacific Railroad as they struggle to complete the first trans-continental railroad, and it's in Utah she meets two men each vying for her attention.

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