Three nuns walk into a saloon. Not a bad start to a rowdy joke. Also not a bad start to a rousing western romance novel. In the case of "The Sisters of Mercy Flats," by prolific author Lori Copeland, the nuns are there to sell cattle. Sisters Anne-Marie, Abigail and Amelia McDougal are selling more than beef; they are selling the illusion of having religious vocations. They don't own the cows they offer for sale and no vows back up the habits they wear.
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