Item description for Family of The Heart (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical #15) by Dorothy Clark...
Overview Searching for a fresh start, wealthy socialite Sarah Randolph becomes nanny to widower Clayton Bainbridge's young daughter, who's desperately in need of some mothering. Sarah is no expert on child rearing, but she knows all about grief. The pain in Clayton's stormy blue eyes tells her that her journey here must be part of God's larger plan for them all.
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.6" Width: 4.1" Height: 0.9"
Release Date Sep 30, 2008
Publisher Steeple Hill
Series Love Inspired Historical
ISBN 0373827954 ISBN13 9780373827954
Availability 0 units.
More About Dorothy Clark
Award winning author Dorothy Clark enjoys traveling with her husband throughout the United States doing research and gaining inspiration for future books. Dorothy values our American heritage and believes in God, family, love and happy endings, which explains why she feels so at home writing for Love Inspired Historical. Dorothy enjoys hearing from her readers and may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.dorothyjclark.com"
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Reviews - What do customers think about Family of The Heart (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical #15)?
Excellent!!! Oct 7, 2009
It is a great romance. It has an excellent plot and very good characters. I highly recommend you to read it - It is a page-turner !!!
Healing and Hope Nov 9, 2008
"Family of the Heart" charmed me from the first page. It takes two people, both suffering from broken hearts, and brings them together in a fresh, unexpected way. It's tender and true from the first page to the last.
A heartwarming story of love and family. Nov 8, 2008
Sarah Randolph, desperate to leave behind the home city that held memories of her lost fiancé, leaves Philadelphia in 1838 to become a nanny to a motherless little girl in Cincinnati. But from the moment she meets her new employer, Clayton Bainbridge, she fears she has made a terrible mistake.
Clayton Bainbridge is a grieving widower, haunted by memories of his late wife, who emotionally neglects his toddler daughter, Nora. Clayton resents that Sarah has come into their lives and dares to tell him how to act towards his daughter. Sarah wonders if she is making the right choice working for him, but she knows little Nora desperately needs a mother figure in her life. She doesn't expect, however, how attached she will become to her young charge, or the feelings that will develop between her and her employer.
Family of the Heart is a heartwarming inspirational romance that is sure to be enjoyed by readers who love romances featuring themes of family and children. I also really enjoyed that it had an unusual setting for a historical romance. I'd highly recommend this book, particularly to readers who enjoyed others from the Love Inspired Historical line.