The Preacher's Daughter by Cheryl St. John
(Harlequin Historical)

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An untouched woman…

Lorabeth Holdridge longed for life and experience! Cloistered by her strict father, her world was confined to chores and prayer. Her chance of escape came when she took a job as housekeeper to a boisterous family. Lorabeth reveled in her newfound freedom. And when Benjamin Chaney visited, she felt the stirrings of her first crush.

A hard-bitten man—

Jaded and cynical, Ben found it hard to trust, though Lorabeth's sweetness soothed his battered soul and taught him joy. But he would have to face the demons of his past to find a glorious future in Lorabeth's arms!


About Cheryl St. John

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A peacemaker, a romantic, an idealist and a discouraged perfectionist are the words that Cheryl uses to describe herself. Since her first book was published in 1993, she's written over twenty-five historical and contemporary romances, which have received high acclaim from readers. Cheryl's office walls hold framed covers and awards she's proud to display.Cheryl admits to being an avid collector who loves everything from teapots, cups and saucers and pitchers to depression glass, kitchenware and tin advertising signs. She especially enjoys browsing flea markets for antiques and collectibles, and claims her car automatically pulls over for a garage sale.She says that knowing her stories bring hope and pleasure to readers is one of the best parts of being a writer. Working in her jammies ain't half bad either!She had four releases in 2005 alone: Prairie Wife, Harlequin Historical, February; Million-Dollar Makeover, Silhouette Special Edition Montana Mavericks, June; His Secondhand Wife, Harlequin Historical July; and The Bounty Hunter, Montana Mavericks Historical, September.Visit Cheryl's web site for covers and excerpts: loves to hear from readers. You can write her at: PO Box #24732, Omaha, NE 68124 or email:
Published June 1, 2007 by Harlequin Historical. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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