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American Dream Romance Collection - Nine Historical Romances Grow Alongside a New Country - cover

American Dream Romance Collection - Nine Historical Romances Grow Alongside a New Country

Kristy Dykes

Publisher: Barbour Books

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Summary

Meet the faithful dreamers who helped build the foundation of the new American nationfrom four brothers in Colonial Connecticut determined to make something of their lives, to a colony of Quakers in North Carolina resolute in their faith, to settlers in the northwest frontier staking their claim in hostile territory. Watch as nine romances develop and legacies of faith and love are formed.

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