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by Dianna Crawford, Sally Laity

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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The second book in the Daughters of Harwood House series is well plotted and has engaging characters, which readers will remember long after finishing the story. Laity’s and Crawford’s styles blend together wonderfully: they have created a beautiful love story set in the 1700s.

Mariah Harwood is an indentured servant whose papers have just been bought by Colin Barclay, a wealthy plantation owner’s son. But while Colin may own Mariah’s papers, he soon learns he does not own her or her heart. After Colin is injured during a battle, he returns a bitter, uncaring man. It will take all of Mariah’s strength to bring the Colin she knows back to the surface. (BARBOUR, Jul., 320 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: BARBOUR

Published: July 2012

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