Bayou Brides by Janet Lee Barton
Capucine, Home to My Heart/Joie de Vivre/Language of Love/Dreams of Home (Heartsong Novella Collection)

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Historical Romance: Four generations return to a cabin in Cajun country to discover their family's secrets of love and redemption. After Capucine Louet is exiled from Nova Scotia and heads for Bayou Teche, she's given a journal while passing through New York City and reconciles with God as she writes. Josee Broussard continues fifty years later, discovering the journal while struggling with her husband's love. Nic LeBlanc returns home looking for familiarity, but the journal broadens his horizons. Justin LeBlanc brings an exclamation point to its last pages, scrawling a proposal that sets the stage for future generations.

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Janet Lee Barton loves researching and writing heartwarming stories about faith, family, friends and love. Janet loves being able to share her faith and love of the Lord through her writing. Janet and her husband live in Oklahoma with their daughter and her husband, two wonderful granddaughters, and a Shih Tzu called Bella. When Janet isn't writing or reading, she loves to travel, cook, work in the garden and sew. You can visit Janet at: KATHLEEN MILLER  is a Certified Financial Planner and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst who has helped women protect and grow their financial assets for  twenty-five years.  She initially self-published "Fair Share Divorce for Women" and its success led to this revised second edition.   She is the owner and president of Miller Advisors, Inc., an investment advisory firm in Kirkland, Washington. Lynette Sowellis an award-winning author with New England roots, but she makes her home in Central Texas with her husband and a herd of five cats. When she's not writing, she edits medical reports and chases down stories for the local newspaper. When Janet Spaeth isn't writing, she's reading or spending precious hours with her family in North Dakota.
Published September 1, 2006 by Barbour Publishing, Inc. 344 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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