Finding Her Way
Spring 1848 Marrying a stranger is a bad idea… Corinne had done it, but she wasn’t thrilled. How could she travel from Boston to Oregon territory… in a wagon… with a grumpy stranger? She needed his protection, but could she stand his company long enough to survive the long journey ahead of her? Corinne had taken his name, but after his cold attitude, she wasn’t certain Andrew could ever win her heart. She could earn the friendship, and loyalty from those around her on the Oregon Trail, but could she ever earn her husband’s respect?
When literary agent Tracy Ratcliffe travels to the sleepy village of Wentworth Cove, Maine, for a much-needed vacation, the most excitement she’s expecting is a sunset walk along the beach. Instead, she hears about a portrait of a woman who looks suspiciously like her that has hung in the local art gallery for years, even though she’s never set foot in Wentworth Cove before. Tracy also meets handsome Nathan Norsworthy, a moody aspiring novelist who takes her breath away. Nathan helps her deal with the suspicion that the man she knew and loved as her father probably wasn’t. That is, until she begins to suspect that Nathan is using her to break into the world of publishing.