I would not have expected a book this short to be so captivating. I thought it would be one of those "read and pass on QUICKLY" books. Fortunatley for me and unfortuantley for paperback swap, I will be keeping my copy to read over and over! Wonderful that a conservative romance with no trashiness can be so...romantic!
Aimee Riley finds Georgie at an orphanage. After six years Rex Donnely locates his son with Aimee. She is determined to keep her "son". There is an attraction that sparks between the adults.
I really enjoy historical books.
All her life, Aimee longed to secure Greg's affections. When she finally admits failure, Aimee flees to the sanctuary of her aunt and uncle's orphanage and finds Georgie - or rather, the motherless baby finds her. The 1870s lend little assistance to Rex Donnelly as he searches for his son. After six years he locates the boy in the company of the spirited Aimee Riley and knows he's got his work cut out for him. She is determined to keep her "son" and refuses to extend the slightest courtesy to the widower. Yet, there is an attraction that sparks between the adults. Could the Lord have plans to draw them together in a love so tender - not just as a father and mother for little Georgie, but also as man and wife?
When Aimee's attempts to secure the love of a man fails, she flees her life by going to help at an orphanage run by her aunt and uncle. There her love and energy is directed to a motherless child. After six years will Aimee lose her "son" to his long-lost father, who now wants his child?
A historical, Christian romance novel. This book is in good condition.