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The Love Knot (Hearts Entwined Collection) - A Ladies of Harper's Station Novella - cover

The Love Knot (Hearts Entwined Collection) - A Ladies of Harper's Station Novella

Karen Witemeyer

Publisher: Bethany House Publishers

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Summary

Claire Nevin identifies herself in many ways: Irish immigrant, apprentice healer, and most importantly, sister. When her troubled sibling sends her an unexpected package by rail, the gift and the man who delivers it threaten to redefine Claire's life once again. Fighting to hold on to all she's built, will she lose what matters most?
Available since: 05/01/2018.

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