Hooked on Ginny Aiken, this book did not disappoint. I really enjoyed the historical setting and again she treats the hardships of a woman misunderstood and in seemingly compromising positions. I love Christian fiction not only because it is clean but for the way it can make me think of values which I know but can be reinforced. Another good one.
Adrian gamble fled to Hartville Colorado, to save his life and the lives of the ones he loved. All he wants now is to disappear in this little miining town and forget the day that made him a humted man. But as the new owner of the town mine and general store, anonymity becomes all but impossible, particularly when his relationship with the pretty store manager raises town suspicions. Phoebe Williams is a gentle , young widow trying to move on.Despite her reservations about the store"s mysterious new owner, Phobe wonders if God has brought them together for some special purpose. Can they both put the past behind them in order to secure the future? Book 2 in the Seven Hills Trilogy