Grace Livingston Hill
A war hero wounded by love, Rodney Graeme returns home to face the aftermath of a broken engagement. But the past won't fade without a fight. His ex-fiancée, Mrs. Jessica De Groot, insists on keeping old friendship alive. Meanwhile, New Yorker Diana Winters is visiting a friend in town and sorting through her own love woes after receiving a marriage proposal she's not sure she should accept. Just as Diana's presence begins to salve Rodney's...
A spinster by the standards of her era, Julia Cloud has agreed to spend the rest of her days engaged in domestic servitude in the household of her sister. Resigned to a lifetime of loneliness, she's all the more surprised when an unlikely attraction begins to blossom. Cloudy Jewel is a treat for fans of uplifting historical romance.
Shirley Hollister is faced with a harrowing situation. She, her ailing mother, and her younger brothers and sisters have been evicted from their small flat, which is slated for demolition. Desperate for a place to live, she rents and begins to refurbish an old barn. Amazed with her progress and pluck, the landlord, Sidney Graham, begins to take an interest in the family's well-being. Is it possible for love to flourish amidst such trying circumstances?...
For romance readers who are looking for stories that are a little tamer than the racy tomes that tend to dominate bookshelves today, Grace Livingston Hill's body of work is a welcome respite. In Dawn of the Morning, plucky heroine Dawn Rensselaer finds herself stuck in an arranged engagement that will relegate her to a life of misery. Will she ever be able to break free and find true love?
Now a wealthy man, Greg Sterling heads back east to make a name for himself. But on his first day home, he stumbles on a down-and-out young woman in desperate need of his help. Then just as quickly as she appeared, Margaret McLaren vanishes without a trace. As several days of searching come up empty-handed, old flame Alice Blair saunters into Greg's world, vying to win his heart—and his pocketbook. But will her coquettishness keep Greg from...
Settle in for an enthralling tale of wartime romance in The Search from renowned Christian romance writer Grace Livingston Hill. As in all of Hill's books, the author's Christianity is apparent not in overt religious religious themes, but rather as a strong moral framework in which the tale unfolds. Fans of historical romance will relish this novel.
Marjorie Wetherill grew up in a loving family among the wealthy and privileged—but she always knew she was adopted. And though she questioned how her birth family could give up a child, she was content and happy with her life. But when she faces her first Christmas alone after her parents' deaths, she starts to wonder about finding her first family. A letter among Mrs. Wetherill's things gives her the key to start a search that will change...
|Center Point large print edition.||159 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.|| |
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|LARGE PRINT EDITION.||159 pages (large print) ; 23 cm|| |
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What would you do if you were duped into marrying your own stepbrother? That's the conundrum facing Betty, the beautiful heroine of this charming romance novel from Grace Livingston Hill. Initially fragile and meek, Betty uses the horrifying situation she's placed in as a way to develop independence. Fans of classic romance will enjoy this uplifting tale.