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Return to Bitter Creek takes place in Bitter Creek North Carolina during current times There are many acres of beautiful land There are a lot of trees and plants The weather is seasonal although mild during the winter Most of the action occurs at a farm and in a house Although the story involves family conflicts and could take place anywhere the setting was relevant to this plot because a lot of what happened involved nature horses and rural jobs Lacey Bittner is the main character She is a teen-aged girl who lived with her mother Campbell and her mothers boyfriend David Lacey is upfront honest hard working efficient and kind When someone is rude she tells them how she feels For example she tells her mother when she thinks her mother is being inconsiderate Whenever she has a job to do like making a cabin in the trees or clearing the pasture for the horse she gets to it right away and continues until its done even late at night She tries to fit all her activities in including school sports and taking care of her horse she is responsible Even though her mother doesnt get along with the rest of the family Lacey is still pleasant to themThe main conflict is man vs man This is a story about a family who just cant get along with each other There are personality conflicts between mothers and daughters and cousins and cousins There is squabbling over such things as who can spend time with whom and who will drive to schoolCampbell Laceys mother lived in Bitter Creek her whole life but she didnt get along with her family especially her mother She moved away to Clio Colorado with Lacey being single She met a man name David They were very close and lived together but werent married They moved back to Bitter Creek North Carolina because David found a blacksmith job there When they
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