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Change Of Heart
     

Change Of Heart

3.5 307
by Fran Shaff
 

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1850s Nebraska: Marietta Randolf travels from Chicago to Nebraska to collect her orphaned nephew Zack. When a snow storm delays her return trip, she finds herself stranded in an unappealing land with a very appealing rancher, Jase Kent. 5 Stars from Simegen, 5 Hearts from the Romance Studio, 5 Stars from CataRomance, 5 Cups from Coffee Time Romance

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1850s Nebraska: Marietta Randolf travels from Chicago to Nebraska to collect her orphaned nephew Zack. When a snow storm delays her return trip, she finds herself stranded in an unappealing land with a very appealing rancher, Jase Kent. 5 Stars from Simegen, 5 Hearts from the Romance Studio, 5 Stars from CataRomance, 5 Cups from Coffee Time Romance

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781434897749
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/18/2008
Pages:
110
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)

Meet the Author

Just about all of us want to get away from the demands of everyday life from time to time. Unfortunately, most of us don't have the luxury of being able to take off to some new, exciting place whenever we feel the urge--unless we like to read.

A book can take us anywhere we'd like to go. For readers who enjoy living vicariously in pastimes or in modern times Fran Shaff provides a great escape in the more than twenty novels she's published over the years. Fran's fictional books have won awards from readers, reviewers and fellow authors, and her non-fiction has been acknowledged in this way too.

Love is the main focus of all of Fran's books, whether they're contemporary or historical, serious or humorous, written for adults or teens. Love between men and women and among friends and families is featured in her books because there is nothing most of us want more than to love and be loved. Happy endings abound, but the journey to reaching that joyful final moment is always a rocky struggle, just the way we want our fiction (even though we could do without the drama in our real lives).

Look for new, full-length historical romance novels from Fran Shaff in the ten-book "Tender Mysteries Series," available now and debuting throughout 2013 and 2014. The first novel in the series "Resurrected" is available as a free download at most Internet bookstores. The series is available in single e-book and two-pack paperback formats.

Reviewers say: "Ms. Shaff is a gifted writer that always delivers in her stories." (The Romance Studio) "I have discovered a great new author in Fran Shaff. She writes with depth and understanding and digs deep into the emotional lives of her characters bringing the reader with her all the way." (A Romance Review) "Fran Shaff is a wonderful writer whose prose speak with passion from her heart." (Fallen Angel Reviews) "Ms. Shaff writes about characters that warm your heart and give you a good chuckle as well." (Coffee Time Romance)

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Change Of Heart 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 307 reviews.
Oma29 More than 1 year ago
A love story worth reading ... nothing hot or steamy. Rated G.
Cathy Reynolds More than 1 year ago
A great romance without the sex. I really enjoyed it.
Lanilei-808 More than 1 year ago
Girl travels via stagecoach from Chicago to Nebraska. She meets her little nephew and a handsome cowboy. Of course girl and cowboy are attracted to each other but girl will be leaving back to Chicago. Very wholesome story and well written. 3.5 rating.
rideeasy More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed it very much. It was a fast read.
Kristin Hromowyk More than 1 year ago
This was a lovely book. Heart renching at times. Def envokes a reaction in the reader. Characters are well devolped. Story well crafted. I enjoyed this very much and eould recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
231 pages to the book and the next 100 pages are dedicated to excerpts from her other books. The grammar and spelling was very well done with only a few mistakes and typos. This was a very sweet story about about a woman forced out to an uncivilized nebraska to come and claim a nephew she has never met except through letters passed between her and her sister. Upon arrival she is met by a man who is taking care of the boy as well as being best friend to hrr sisters family. Despite everything her mothrr had taught her she is falling in love with the man. Can the love shared be enough to keep her in the very town that her mother warned her about? Or will her mothers teachings chase hrr from the man and house they love most? Definitely a recommended read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book!! Good clean romance!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wholesome, quality romance. A enjoyable read. I would have liked to see the book cover the getting to know each other part little more. Overall a wonderful book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No surprises, cleanly written, lacked drama and lust. Free was good. I was disappointed in the ending as it seemed abrupt.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story about loving someone and willing to take a chance eventhough you are afraid. Approx 225 pages of wholesome reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very sweet and romantic. I had a hard time puting it down.
lives2read More than 1 year ago
The book was predictable,but a nice easy read,and I liked the writing style.
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enjoyable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
City girl to country and finds happiness
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NavyWave62 More than 1 year ago
So very sweet!.. This will pull on your heart strings - you'll feel sad, joy and all the emotions in between. No sex, but still full of love and passion. (ljb)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice couple. Sweet story. But for the life of me I couldn't understand her being so hesitant to marry the man she loved. She kept talking about her mother telling her a woman had to keep her place in society. What place? She was an out of work librarian who was going to have to move in with her aunt or be homeless. Not exactly a member of the 500 or whatever the Chicago version was. She never mentioned having any friend back home. Apparently her dead sister was her best and only friend. What was she going to miss? Still she managed to make him think she was making the big sacrifice to marry him. You go girl. So what he's a successful rancher with a beautiful home with a housekeeper no less. He's lucky to have you. Still it was a cute story.