Lori Wick offers readers nostalgic, turn-of-the-century romances in her "A Place Called Home" series.
In the first book in the series, A Place Called Home, Christine Bennet doesn't know if she'll ever get over the enormous loneliness she feels now that her grandfather has died. The words of his will still ring in her ears: "In the event of my granddaughter's death, everything goes to Vince Jeffers." But Jeffers, her grandfather's business partner, may be up to no good. Afraid of what the future might bring, Christine obeys an anonymous note that tells her she is in danger and leaves town immediately. As she puts the pieces of a new life--and love--together, Christine wonders: Will she ever be able to go home again?
In A Song for Silas, Silas Cameron is the answer to a prayer for injured farmer Grant Nolan and his daughter, Amy. But the brotherly feelings Silas feels toward Amy soon blossom into love. Silas wishes his love could be returned. But Amy's heart has been broken before and she's afraid to fall in love again. Can Amy discover the truth about her feelings for Silas before he leaves town forever?