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That's when John Moreland enters the scene. He made millions in urban gentrification and has no intention of returning to his ancestral home of Hidden Falls, even though the ...
That's when John Moreland enters the scene. He made millions in urban gentrification and has no intention of returning to his ancestral home of Hidden Falls, even though the family estate is up for sale. He also has absolutely no intention of doing business with feisty Claire Connors. Intelligent and beautiful, she's everything John could ever want in a partner or a wife, but he doesn't want a partner or a wife. Or so he thinks.
Sparks fly, fanned by Claire's matchmaking grandmother and a meddling town council. There should be no chance of a happy ending. But sometimes miracles happen when you least expect them.
Posted August 13, 2007
I've read several of Amanda Harte's romances - loved the War Brides Trilogy (particularly Dancing in the Rain). Dream Weaver lives up to Harte's previous work. She does such a great job of making the reader feel what it's like to live in a small town, and in this book, the town is dying, so the emotions she makes the reader feel are quite different than the average small town America story. The ending is wonderful to this story!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.