Robin Lee Hatcher, who won the 1999 Inspirational RITA for Patterns of Love, has revised her secular novel DEAR LADY for the inspirational market.

Lady Elizabeth Wellington just may be running from one disaster to another, but she hopes America can provide her with the independence she needs. Fleeing an abusive fianci, Beth finds herself in New Prospects, Montana hoping to be their schoolteacher. She has neither a teaching certificate nor lodging.

Forced to impose upon her young pen-pal, the daughter of Garret Steele, Beth sets a chain of events in motion when she spends an innocent night with them. Though Garret wants nothing to do with the dear Lady, he cant fight his attraction for long. But can he face his feelings? (Nov., 304 pp., $10.99)

Reviewed by: 
Bev Huston