Heart of Gold by Lacy Williams

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From USA Today bestselling author Lacy Williams: Heart of Gold

A western inspirational romance

Wyoming, 1902--Ranch foreman Charlie Welch suspects his boss's daughter has returned home with purely selfish motives--she wants money.

After being estranged from her father for years, Opal Bright hopes her homecoming will result in both reconciliation and a solution to help the orphanage she sponsors back home in Omaha.

When Charlie and Opal find themselves mixed up with a ragtag group of bandits and trapped in an abandoned gold mine, they must risk everything to survive... including their hearts.


* Generous heroes, an evil villain, and an odd collection of charmingly unschooled ragamuffins in need of a mother's love inhabit Williams's optimistic Wyoming Territory romance. ... Williams wraps pure sweetness in a very readable package, perfect for those who like their romance gentle, G-rated, and family-style.
--Publishers Weekly on Christian romance The Homesteader's Sweetheart, 3.12.12
* Publisher's Weekly on inspirational western Return of the Cowboy Doctor, "sweet, poetic Max is a lovable hero, and Hattie's desire to have both career and family will resonate strongly with readers."


Inspirational Romance Book Categories:
> Historical Romance Cowboys
> Religious Historical Romance
> Western Inspirational Romance

About Lacy Williams

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In 2012, Lacy Williams will celebrate a decade of marriage to the love of her life. By day, she is a stay-at-home mom battling dirty diapers and dog-hair dust-bunnies. By night, she is an award-winning novelist. Lacy combines her love of dogs with her passion for literacy by volunteering with her therapy dog, Mr. Bingley, in a local reading program. Lacy loves to hear from her readers at lacyjwilliams@gmail.com or via her website www.lacywilliams.net
Published July 25, 2011 by Lacy Williams Books. 65 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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New York Magazine

Among the achievements of Neil Young: Heart of Gold is that it triumphs over its exalted press notes, which describe it as “a groundbreaking union of film and music ministered by Jonathan Demme and Neil Young.” Ministered, huh?

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