From The Christmas Heirloom: Four Holiday Novellas of Love Through the Generations
Hope Springs, Texas October 1890
Ruth Fulbright and seven-year-old daughter, Naomi, are coming to Hope Springs to accept a job as cook at a café. The widow must make this new job work. She sold her wedding ring to pay for travel expenses.
Bo Azlin shuns the company of others because of a childhood injury. He owns most of the town’s businesses including the resort, yet the folks don’t know him. Hoping to hide his useless right arm, he avoids the townspeople … until Ruth insists on meeting him directly.
Her plight raises his compassion. Dare he dream the pretty widow and her daughter can learn to love him?
A heart-warming story that snatched my attention immediately. Before long, I was pulling for their relationship to blossom.
Lovable, strong characters add to the charm of this story. Recommend!
-Sandra Merville Hart