Item description for Adam's Bride (Massachusetts Brides Series #3) (Heartsong Presents #723) by Lisa Harris...
Adam Johnsons brother was killed by a Polish man, and he judges an entire people based on one mans actions. But when he falls sick and is forced to rely upon the kindness of two Polish immigrants, will Adam realize his prejudice is wrong? Lidia Kowalski knows this New World is filled with prejudice. Shes done her best to hide her Polish heritage, and yet she knows she cannot change who God has made her to be. After finding Adam half-dead in the snow outside his door, she helps harvest his maple syrup. Once he recovers and they share a stolen kiss under the stars, she realizes shes losing her heart. When Adam learns his brothers killer and Lidias brother are the same, will intolerance and loathing steal away Adam and Lidias future?
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Studio: Barbour Publishing, Inc
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.82" Width: 5.76" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2006
Publisher Barbour Publishing Company
ISBN 1597890812 ISBN13 9781597890816
Reviews - What do customers think about Adam's Bride (Massachusetts Brides Series #3) (Heartsong Presents #723)?
An intriguing romance Feb 3, 2007
Adam Johnson's brother, Samuel, was killed by a Polish immigrant. Adam feels he was to blame, but in his guilt and anger, he has turned against all immigrants. Even when he rescues lovely Lidia Kowalski from a rabid dog and realizes he's attractd to her, he doesn't relent. After all, Lidia is one of the hated Polish, and they're all alike, aren't they? Then Adam is injured and Lidia and her brother, Kody help him, even quiting their own jobs to harvest the sap from Adam's maple trees. But Adam can't forget his brother's death, and it stands between any developing relationship with Lidia. Lisa Harris' Adam's Bride is an indictment against all prejudice. It's an intriguing story with complex characters struggling with very real problems. I enjoyed it very much.