Heart of Stone by Jill Marie Landis
A Novel (Irish Angel Series)

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Having escaped a life she never chose, Laura Foster is finally living her dream. But even after four years of posing as a respectable widow in Glory, Texas, she is always afraid someone from her past might reveal her true identity. Believing no man could love her if he knew the truth, Laura tries to resist the courtship of Reverend Brand McCormick. But it's not only Laura's past that threatens to bring him down -- it's also his own.

About Jill Marie Landis

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The author of sixteen bestselling novels, Jill Marie Landis lives with her husband, Steve, in California and Hawaii. Her list of award-winning books includes Come Spring, Blue Moon, Sunflower, Just Once, Summer Moon, and Magnolia Creek.
Published August 4, 2010 by Thorndike Press. 507 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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I first discovered Jill Marie Landis' mainstream historicals via a used book store when I was in college and I've been happy to see her writing historicals again recently.

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Fiction Vixen

Finally free to pursue her dreams, Laura Foster is trying hard not to fall in love.

Apr 05 2010 | Read Full Review of Heart of Stone: A Novel (Iris...

The Christian Manifesto

Maddie’s older sister, Lovie (now called Laura), has been searching for her, and the second book is the story of Maddie’s life and Laura’s search for her.

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