Hometown Cinderella by Patricia Davids
\The Inn at Hope Springs (Love Inspired Historical)

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After years traveling in Europe with her musician husband, all that widow Mara Hoffman wants is security for her son. A half-share in her father's Maine farmhouse is the only refuge she has left, even if her resentful stepmother treats Mara as little more than a servant. But there is one bright spot: the unexpected kindness of neighbor Gideon Jakeman.

A widowed farmer with a teenage daughter, Gideon hardly pictures himself as anyone's Prince Charming. Especially a woman of Mara's refinement. Yet his quiet, rugged strength makes her feel as though she's found her rightful place by his side, if they can find faith enough to forge their own happy ending.


About Patricia Davids

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Morren has won awards in contests sponsored by the Romance Writers of America. A graduate of Smith College, she lives on the 'down east' coast of Maine.
Published February 1, 2012 by Love Inspired Historicals. 320 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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