TO BE A MOTHER
TO BE A MOTHER (4) by Cheryl St. John and Ruth Axtell Morren: In St. John's "Mountain Rose," set in 1866, Olivia Rose's school is closing down, and Olivia is takingthe last girl to the only family she has -- in Montana. But the girl's uncle, Jules Parrish, doesn't have time to care for a child, so Olivia stays on, at least temporarily. Is this part of God's plan for Olivia? This well-written, sweet love story has lots of romance and adventure. Morren's "A Family of Her Own," set in Wood's Harbor, Maine, in 1870, has Noah Samuels reunited with Rianna Bruce, who broke his heart years ago. Rianna hopes she can get Noah to give her a second chance. Can two people who made some wrong turns get past the hurt and anger to begin anew? Like all of Morren's books, this one is a treat.