Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Heart of Gold By Robin Lee Hatcher

I loved this book! It's the story of a young women, Shannon Adair, whose minister father moves them from Virginia to Idaho in 1864. She at first is not too happy about it. She seems to be living in the past with all her happy memories, but finally starts to move on while nursing a critically ill woman.  She falls in love with stagecoach driver Matthew Dubois, but all is not as it seems. This is a wonderful story, and it has the "Woman Of Faith fiction" stamp on the front cover.

Back Cover Quote:
"The truest treasure is found deep in the heart."
"Back in her beloved Virginia, Shannon Adair loved nursing injured soldiers back to health. But in Grand Coeur, Idaho-the rough-and-tumble place where her father has been called to lead the church-she's not sure where she fits in. Then a critically ill woman arrives, and Shannon knows her place at last: to care for this dear woman and ease her pain.
Matthew Dubois is the fastest and most reliable stagecoach driver on Wells Fargo's payroll. But his widowed sister is dying and he's about to inherit his young nephew. So he takes a job at the Wells Fargo express office in Grand Coeur until he can find the one thing he needs to get back to driving: a wife to care for the boy.
What neither of them knows is that God is at work behind the scenes-and is lovingly bringing them together to discover the true desires of their hearts."

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