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Honeysuckle Song
by: Lydia Browne

Berkley Diamond, January 1996

First impressions don’t always count in matters of the heart . . .

Widowed, with two children and a small farm to run, she had little time for romance, but enough to help a man in need...

Unable to remember the past, Lucas found himself on the streets of Ogden, Missouri - and in the arms of an angel ...

Something in the battered drifter stirred Grace's soul. Instead of letting the town authorities lock him up in jail, Grace convinced the judge to let him work on her farm. Hardworking and agreeable, Lucas possessed the looks and manners of a man of letters, not a hired hand. But as Grace's growing desire for Lucas warmed her in the days at hand, the secrets of his past kept the future at bay. Then, tragedy restored his memory -- and Grace had to learn if their bond of love was strong enough to make the here-and-now last forever.

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Berkley Diamond
Publish Date:
January 1996
Time Period:
Historical: American - (1837-1901) Victorian
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