I’m thinking it is not good for my baby and me to stay much longer in Whistle Creek, Idaho. The sheriff is showing altogether too much interest. I suppose I should feel flattered, for Carson Barclay is not only strikingly handsome, but a man of character and faith who has shown Keary and me considerable kindness. But I’m afraid his affections are ones I cannot return. The secret I bear makes a future with him impossible.
Yet Inga, when Sheriff Barclay is near, it’s everything in my Irish heart that wishes otherwise.
Your friend, Mary Emeline Malone
Idaho: mountainous, rugged. Men go there to find their fortunes in the silver mines - and lose their pasts. But as Mary Malone discovers, sometimes the past is not so easily shaken. It will take a good man’s strong, persistent love to penetrate the young immigrant’s defenses and disarm the secret that makes a hostage of her heart.
In His Arms is Book Three in the Coming to America series about women who come to America to start new lives. Set in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these novels by best-selling author Robin Lee Hatcher craft intense chemistry and conflict between the characters, lit by a glowing faith and humanity that will win your heart. Look for other books in the series at your favorite Christian bookstore.
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"In His Ams", a sweet love story.
First of all being able to listen to it on my Kindle rather than reading the text.
It always amazes me when I hear the narrators that were chosen and how perfect they were for the part. It makes listening such a pleasurable experience.
I am new to the audible books, so as I have listened to a variety of subjects, I cannot say that I have listened to one that I can compare this to. Maybe down the road as I become more experienced, this will be an easier question for me to answer
When Mary Malone had taken over the Painted Lady and she was confronted by Mr. Kendrick.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I realize it was one of a series that the author has re-written for Zondervan to be considered a Christian book. It is refreshing to read this kind of book and not have foul language or scenes that are corrupt.
Another good example of audible trumping text!
This is the first of Robin Lee Hatcher's books that I've read, and I must say I enjoyed it very much.