Book Reviews of Where the Heart Is (Americana, Bk 1)

Where the Heart Is (Americana, Bk 1)
Where the Heart Is - Americana, Bk 1
Author: Robin Lee Hatcher
ISBN-13: 9780843943344
ISBN-10: 0843943343
Publication Date: 12/1997
Pages: 440
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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First of the Americana Series. I really enjoyed this book set in Idaho Territory in late 1800's.
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a wonderful book that just goes to show you are never to far gone that love can save you.a story that shows the extent a person will go to for the sake of a child,even one they only just met.a story that tells even love can conquer all,even in a small town like homestead.wonderful characters,and story lines that include not only one couple,but the whole town.two thumbs up for robin lee hatcher!put this one ony your keeper shelf and enjoy reading it for years to come
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The first in Robin Lee Hatcher's Americana series, Where the Heart Is introduces readers to the residents of 1880s Homestead, Idaho. Schoolteacher Addie Sherwood--recently released from a loveless marriage of convenience--is astonished to receive a proposal from handsome Homestead rancher Will Rider. While Will is everything that she desires in a man--strong, intelligent, and kind--Addie must be sure of Will's love for her if they are to have a real chance at happiness. Readers will enjoy Addie and Will's story so much they'll be anxious to read the subsequent books in the series: Remember When, Forever Rose, and Kiss Me, Katie. Hatcher writes lovingly of her home state and the endearing residents of Homestead will stay in the hearts of readers long after the last page is turned. --Maudeen Wachsmith--This text refers to the Paperback edition. Ingram Eager to escape a loveless marriage of convenience, Addie Sherwood throws herself into her job as her town's first schoolteacher and finds herself receiving a proposal of marriage from rancher Will Rider.