Miracle in New Hope [NOOK Book]

Overview

Award-winning author Kaki Warner presents a romantic and poignant short novel about following your heart, no matter the cost.

Amidst the snowy peaks of the Rocky Mountains in 1871, Daniel Hobart keeps to himself—a man with a hole in his heart that matches the scar on his face. But when Daniel starts having visions of a young girl crying out for help, he begins to fear that solitude may have caused him to lose his mind. Determined to find out ...
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Miracle in New Hope

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Overview

Award-winning author Kaki Warner presents a romantic and poignant short novel about following your heart, no matter the cost.

Amidst the snowy peaks of the Rocky Mountains in 1871, Daniel Hobart keeps to himself—a man with a hole in his heart that matches the scar on his face. But when Daniel starts having visions of a young girl crying out for help, he begins to fear that solitude may have caused him to lose his mind. Determined to find out the truth about the mysterious girl, Daniel travels into New Hope and learns that she’s the missing daughter of widow Lacy Ellis.

After a year of heartbreak, Lacy isn’t sure what to make of Daniel’s claims of seeing her daughter. But when he sets out to find Hannah on his own, Lacy decides to join him, allowing herself one last chance to hope. And as they retrace the long-cold trail of Hannah’s disappearance, two broken people manage to take some small comfort in each other, and in the possibility of a miracle…

Includes previews of Kaki Warner’s Runaway Brides novels, Heartbreak Creek, Colorado Dawn and Bride of the High Country.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101614624
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 12/11/2012
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 146
  • Sales rank: 92,220
  • File size: 786 KB

Meet the Author

Kaki Warner is an award-winning author and longtime resident of the Pacific Northwest. Although she now lives on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains in Washington, Kaki actually grew up in the Southwest and is a proud graduate of the University of Texas. Kaki spends her time gardening, hiking, reading, writing, and soaking in the view from the deck of her hilltop cabin with her husband and floppy-eared hound dog.
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  • Posted January 1, 2013

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    Cozy, sweet, and yet suspenseful. There is so much to love about

    Cozy, sweet, and yet suspenseful. There is so much to love about a man who goes to extreme lengths to find a little girl he hears calling to him. He knows she is real, but then fears he may be going crazy. A despairing mother, whose child has been missing, puts all her hope in him. She has no other choice. For some reason (could it be love?), he swears he will find the girl no matter what it takes.
    The "paranormal" aspect to the story made me think of other old-fashioned books I like, such as Emily of New Moon, which has ghostly, mysterious aspects. It is not the "paranormal" of today, but of times past. 
    I adored this story, the surprises and twists, and the characters themselves. Kaki Warner's settings are always wonderful and easy to envision, and accurate to historical detail. I'm a little biased as I tend to love everything she writes, but I especially enjoyed this shorter novella. It was definitely a page-turner (although I read it on my iPhone, so would that be a screen-swiper?) that kept me reading into the night.
    Readers need to understand that this is a novella, which means SHORT novel. It is a book often put out around the holidays, a little different than the usual novels authors write.  Also, it is possible to preview samples of books so that you know whether or not to spend money on it. Please don't write reviews if you can't say anything worthwhile, and if your grammar skills are so badly lacking that no one will give your review a second thought. THAT was more of a waste of time than your reading of this book.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2012

    Really?

    Not what I expected...nothing close to Kaki's other works. A true fan sadly disappointed.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2012

    So bad

    You will be so mad like me . Waited and get this mess of ...of not a book ...less than 100 pages then double space in what they call a book...you lose lots of pages ...i want my money back . After xmas will text my book store and who put this mess together ...was cheated don' t get it
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    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2013

    Glad, I read this for myself!

    I almost deleted this book from my wishlist because of the negative reviwes. I am really happy I didn't delete this book. Yes, the book is less than a hundred pages but every page is filled with pain, suspense, hope, and love,. I would recommend this book. Great quick read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    Not a complete book

    Stinnks to psy for a book and get less tgan a page.

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    Posted December 22, 2012

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