by Danni Roan Publish: Jan 13, 2020Historical RomanceRomanceWestern RomanceHistorical FictionChristian Fiction
After two long months of waiting Polly and George Olson's oldest son returns to Biders Clump but he's not the man they once knew. Having lost his wife, Ellery returns home where he knows his children will be well cared for while he checks out of life. Heartbroken and overcome by grief he hides away from the rest of the world unable to even care for his own little ones. Ernestine Haven is looking for a new job as a governess but when she receives a letter offering her a place at a boarding house in Wyoming she knows there is more to the simple words than meets the eye. Does she have the strength to take the job and provide for the four children who must be so lost and alone? Will going to Biders Clump prove the answer to her prayers or will she once more be forced to leave behind little ones she has grown to love. Taking the chance that she will find real joy out west Ernie accepts the job but will it prove too much for her soft heart to handle or will it give her the hope and home she has always wanted?
BIOGRAPHY I love writing and sharing my stories with others. My work is primarily inspirational with a happily ever after at the end. It is a joy to know that my simple words can bring a smile, or encourage others.
I have lived with my every-day hero for the past twenty-seven years and have traveled to many places as we raised our son. We love seeing new things, meeting new people, and experiencing the amazing wonders God has given.
Originally from Pennsylvania, my heart often goes back to the days of my youth where I spent so much time wandering the lush green hills of home.
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