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    Historical Fiction

    Life on a mountain in a small cabin would not be easy. Living in that cabin in 1867 would be even less easy. Being a woman who has come from a background she cannot remember but one that has not been lived in a cabin makes this adventure even greater…especially since she has just been purchased by the owner of said mountain the cabin has been built on. Luckily enough the man who bought her, Luke Harcourt, is a gentleman. The two will grow to love one another over the telling of their story and what a story it is! Luke has a past that has seen war, violence, marriage and the loss of his wife and dreams. His trip to British Columbia and ownership of a mountain with an orchard and animals, a small cabin and Indians for neighbors and friends is a far stretch from how he was raised. His trip into town one day sees him observing the purchase of brides shipped in from elsewhere and when his eye falls on one woman he feels compelled to purchase her and in doing so save her from a rather horrible fate. Hope Booker, his purchase, is not sure what to expect. Her memory is filled with holes but it is gradually returning. She has a lot to learn about life on the frontier and willing, without complaint, does so. She is unsure of her role and leery of Luke, the Indians that show up, a wolf that becomes her friend and all big four legged hoofed animals. This is a slow growing romance that I can recommend to everyone it has villains to thwart, terrors to face, family issues to deal with and ultimately an enduring all abiding love that should last forever. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would like to thank the author for the copy shared with me. This is my honest review.

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