The Road to Love by Linda Ford

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The road that led to Kate Bradshaw's door sometimes seemed the loneliest in the world. In the depths of the Depression, the young widow was struggling to hold on to the family farm and raise two small children. And she had only her faith to sustain her—until the day Hatcher Jones came walking up that long, lonely road.

The handsome, mysterious drifter was clearly haunted by some terrible secret from his past. But the simple acts of kindness he showed Kate and her children spoke of a good heart and strong values. And she longed to make him see that there could be redemption for anyone, even him—and that all his wandering had brought him home at last.


About Linda Ford

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Linda Ford draws on her own experiences living on the Canadian prairie and Rockies to paint wonderful adventures in romance and faith. She lives in Alberta and writes as much as her full-time job of taking care of a paraplegic and four kids, who are still at home, will allow.
Published May 1, 2008 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historicals. 288 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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