A Season of the Heart

A Season of the Heart

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Rugged logger Daniel Braynard meets none of Ellen Hall's husband requirements. Groomed for a prestigious marriage, she already has a choice between two wealthy suitors. She plans to make her decision by Christmas while visiting her hometown. But when tasked with creating the town's decorations, she and Daniel are forced to work together. And her former childhood rescuer has matured into a man she can no longer ignore. Daniel hardly recognizes the ambitious socialite Ellen has become. Somewhere beneath her airs is the spirited, warmhearted friend he has never forgotten. As Christmas nears, will the chill between them thaw to reveal the gift of a sweet love that was meant to be?
Publisher: New York : Love Inspired Books, 2014.
ISBN: 9780373282913
Branch Call Number: FIC CLARK
Characteristics: 278 p. ; 17 cm.


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May 02, 2017

Great book about two people who have always cared about each other but are not able to be together. Ellen's parents expect her to marry a wealthy man. They do not expect her to love the man she marries - all that is important to them is that she is well cared for. Daniel has always cared for Ellen but he is not wealthy. Daniel and Ellen use to be friends but not any more. They can't even seem to get along. Their friend Willa has different plans though. She gets to work together to help her do the town's decorations.... And then after they have spent time working together Daniel rescues another logger from the creek in the winter. Daniel becomes very sick. Soon Ellen finds herself offering to help care for him. Ellen finds herself crying as she cares for Daniel because he might not live. Should she follow her parent's wishes or do what she she feels is right when it comes to Daniel?


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