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Lily's Sister
Author: Karen J. Hasley
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1493739719
Pages: 232
Year: 2006-07-01
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Read the book - and meet the woman - that started Karen J. Hasley's acclaimed Laramie Series. Louisa Caldecott, a progressive woman and independent business owner in 1880 Kansas, is principled, strong-willed, passionate, and generous to a fault. Satisfied with her comfortable life, she's happy to live in her sister Lily's shadow. Until Lou meets John Rock Davis, Civil War veteran and man with a past. Until everything she loves is put at risk. Until she is forced to take a stand that threatens her safety, her happiness, and her future. Then all hell - but heaven, too - breaks loose, and self-sufficient Lou finally understands the cost of courage and the power of love. Karen J. Hasley's books have been reviewed as "satisfying," "sparkling," and "captivating," her research described as "flawless." Discover why readers return to Karen J. Hasley's fiction again and again for authentic stories about compelling women in historical settings.
Waiting for Hope
Author: Karen J. Hasley
Publisher: Karen Hasley
ISBN: 1432717065
Pages: 289
Year: 2008-01-11
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Remarkable Women. Unforgettable Love Stories. In 1905, Hope Birdwell is a spirited young woman of strong will and uncompromising dreams. Exchanging her routine life as the domestic servant of a wealthy family for the demanding self-reliance of a Wyoming homesteader is the first step in her plan for success. Hope is finally on her way to the home and the future she has always desired, and she will not allow any distractions into her life-or her heart. She doesn't realize that her dream of a bright and independent future will be threatened by secrets from her past, a past darkened by the shadows of prostitution and violence. When she is forced to confront her fears and defend the place and the people she has grown to love, Hope will discover the danger of deception-and the liberating power of truth. Waiting for Hope continues the story of the Davis family, introduced in the acclaimed Lily's Sister, the first book of Hasley's Laramie Series. You will find Lily's Sister at,, and other online book retailers. Meet a remarkable woman. Read an unforgettable love story.
Where Home Is
Author: Karen J. Hasley
ISBN: 1432734199
Pages: 356
Year: 2008-11
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The year is 1910. Katherine Davis, M.D. is an intelligent, self-assured, and attractive woman whose confidence perfectly reflects the confidence of a new century overflowing with scientific, medical, and technological breakthroughs. Without a moment's hesitation, young Dr. Davis accepts the professional invitation of a lifetime when she travels to Chicago's Hull-House to work with the celebrated social reformer, Jane Addams. Katherine is an excellent doctor eager to make a difference in the world and the people around her, and Chicago's crowded tenements with their burgeoning immigrant population offer just that opportunity. Everything Katherine believes about right and wrong, about good and evil she learned from her parents and the secure childhood they gave her. But times have changed, and Katherine can no longer rely on the values of the past. She has outgrown that past and the home of her childhood seems outdated and old-fashioned compared to the progressive society around her. She's an independent woman, who must make her own way and follow her own ideals. When Katherine meets the dazzling Douglas Gallagher, a man as confident and as fearless as she, a successful man who has left his own past behind, an uncompromising - even ruthless - man, she is asked to choose between her past and her future. And the choice is so much more complicated than she expected! Because for Katherine, deciding where - and who - home really is will change her forever. And for good.
The Wrong Kind of Love
Author: Lexi Ryan
Publisher: Lexi Ryan
ISBN: 1940832063
Pages: 360
Year: 2018-02-12
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You never forget your wedding day. Or the moment your twin sister pukes on your bouquet and confesses she’s pregnant . . . with your fiancé’s baby. I wanted to get away, to hide until my heart mended. I found myself in a strange town with a mysterious stranger whose talented mouth and hands almost made me forget it was supposed to be my wedding night. Afraid to go home to face my broken life, I pretend to be my twin so I can take her job in Jackson Harbor caring for a six-year-old girl. Imagine my surprise when I find out my new boss is my mysterious stranger—Dr. Ethan Jackson. I never meant for Ethan to discover my secrets. I never meant for them to matter. But the longer I work with him and his sweet daughter, the harder I fall, and the clearer it becomes that I’m not the only one carrying a secret that could tear us apart. Get ready to fall for the boys of Jackson Harbor in Lexi Ryan’s sexy new contemporary romance series. These books can all be read as standalones, but you’ll enjoy reading them as a series! The Wrong Kind of Love (Ethan’s story) Straight Up Love (Jake’s story – coming May 2018) Dirty, Reckless Love (Levi’s story – coming August 2018)
Author: Clara Kincaid
Publisher: Madison Johns
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Smiling at Heaven
Author: Karen J. Hasley
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1494208601
Pages: 286
Year: 2014-09-27
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"Smiling at Heaven concludes where the first novel of Hasley's Laramie Series began--in Blessing, Kansas. With 40 years between events in the first book and last, the story of the Davis family and their extended lives comes to a satisfying conclusion."--Back cover.
Claire, After All
Author: Karen J. Hasley
ISBN: 1500665266
Pages: 172
Year: 2014-08-22
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Claire Penwarren is a force to be reckoned with. Commissioned by her widowed father, she descends on the green Sussex hills with three assignments. Ready Loden Hall for her father's arrival as the new earl. Find the perfect husband for her gorgeous half-sister. Acquire a tutor for her rapscallion twin brothers. At twenty-eight Claire—now Lady Claire—has had years of experience running an orderly household in India and cannot imagine England will be any different. Older. Wiser. That's Claire.But England refuses to cooperate with Claire's well laid plans. How did beautiful Loden Hall become such a ruin and how will she make it right in time? Why is her usually cooperative sister so resistant to Claire's recommendation for a husband? Why are her brothers so unhappy that stowing away on a merchant ship holds more appeal than her loving care at home? Really, if it weren't for the unexpectedly practical advice of her neighbor the Marquis of Symonton, she would feel quite alone. For Claire, focused on the tangled knots of her own family, Symonton is the perfect ally. Who better to offer guidance than a man savvy enough to maneuver his way through society for six and thirty years without being trapped into matrimony? And how fortunate that the man is entertained by her family's exploits! But even with Symonton, Claire manages to get it wrong. It's not her family he's interested in and amusement is not what he feels. The man has other plans entirely. Maturity and experience are all well and good, but Claire will learn that neither is as valuable as love.Claire, After All is the first of 3 light-hearted Victorian romances in 'The Penwarrens,' a series set in England in the 19th century. Leave today's troubles behind for a little while and laugh and love with the Penwarrens.
The Dangerous Thaw of Etta Capstone
Author: Karen J. Hasley
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 1481988077
Pages: 328
Year: 2013-02-14
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After escaping an abusive man holding her captive, Etta Capstone opens a successful restaurant. All is going well until she sees her captor again, and she hatches a plan to get rid of him forever.
Caroline And The Raider
Author: Linda Lael Miller
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439107106
Pages: 384
Year: 2008-06-20
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Holding her lovely head high, Wyoming schoolmistress Caroline Chalmers did what no lady should: she marched right into the local saloon to see the dashing and reckless Guthrie Hayes. Worse still, she went to ask him for help. She needed the former Confederate raider to plan a jailbreak to rescue her fiancé, Seaton Flynn, from the hangman's noose. An orphan by spinster sisters, Caroline was prepared do almost anything to save her beloved Seaton. So why did her breath suddenly become a shivery sigh when she looked into Hayes's twinkling green eyes? Too late Caroline knew how perilous her request really was, for this strong and daring ex-soldier would refuse her nothing no matter how dangerous...but first he intended to teach her everthing about the power of a man's love, beginning with a shameless odyssey to ectasy in his arms....
The Raven and the Rose
Author: Doreen Owens Malek
Publisher: Untreed Reads
ISBN: 161187405X
Year: 2012-07-30
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Set against the tempestuous backdrop of Ancient Rome in the final days of Caesar ... comes the stunning love story of a man and a woman who defy destiny to follow their hearts--only to be swept up in a forbidden and all-consuming passion. She is Julia Casca, a young noblewoman pledged against her will to the sacred order of Vestal Virgins ... dedicated to a life of eternal chastity. He is Marcus Demeter, the powerful centurion and war hero sworn to protect Julius Caesar ... betrayed by his own desperate desires. As a land seething with intrigue and treachery erupts in murder--turning honorable allies into deadly enemies--Julia and Marcus become lovers in an explosive liaison that rocks Rome and could destroy them both ...
Force of Nature
Author: C. J. Box
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons
ISBN: 0425250652
Pages: 446
Year: 2013
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Having hidden the truth about a past colleague's violation, former Special Forces agent Nate Romanowski is targeted by a determined killer who threatens Joe Pickett's life as part of a violent plot.
Magnificent Farewell
Author: Karen J. Hasley
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1517796466
Pages: 248
Year: 2015-11-21
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In 1917 Meg Pritchard is a woman on the run. What better place to hide than a country at war? France, ravaged by the bombs and battles of World War I, is exactly where Meg plans to disappear. But while Meg may be running from, she's also running to ~ to new friends and lovers, to redemption, and to life with purpose. To a new life altogether. Maybe there's hope for Meg's future, after all - if only she can make peace with her past.
Double Crossing
Author: Meg Mims
Publisher: Center Point Pub
ISBN: 1611735815
Pages: 309
Year: 2012-12-01
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A murder arranged as a suicide . . . a missing deed . . . and a bereft daughter whose sheltered world is shattered. In August 1869, Lily Granville is stunned by her father's murder. Only one other person knew about a valuable California gold mine deed. Determined to track down her father's killer, Lily heads west on the newly opened transcontinental railroad and soon realizes she is not the hunter -- she's the prey. Who can Lily trust? The China-bound missionary who wants to marry her, or the wandering Texan who offers to protect her -- for a price?
A Different Shade of Blue
Author: Hildie McQueen
ISBN: 1939356148
Pages: 164
Year: 2013-11
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When Nora Banks hides in a hayloft to find a moment of peace, she doesn't expect the man she's loved from afar for years to climb up and join her, or that both their fathers find them in such a compromising situation. The last thing Grayson Cole wants is to be attached to the only woman that's affected him since his late wife. Now that everyone expects him to marry her, can he risk that kind of pain again? Neither Nora nor Grayson plan to go through with the marriage, not when their pasts are obstacles too great to overcome. But when the tides turn and those that demanded the wedding now try pull them apart, they decide to fight it.
Poetry Speaks to Children
Author: Elise Paschen
Publisher: Sourcebooks MediaFusion
Pages: 104
Year: 2005
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An illustrated collection of ninety-five poems for children features the works of seventy-three classic and contemporary poets.