Trust in Love [NOOK Book]

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Frontier schoolmarm, Eliza Scoggins, is willing to give her life to protect her students during an Indian attack. An overly sympathetic angel is so touched by her sacrifice that he removes the arrows from her body and whisks her to a modern hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. Eliza awakens in a strange new world where no one believes her story. The angel prompts her to pretend she has amnesia. Conscientious police detective, Jeff Palmer, is sent to investigate the stabbing of a woman dressed in a period costume and ...
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Trust in Love

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Overview

Frontier schoolmarm, Eliza Scoggins, is willing to give her life to protect her students during an Indian attack. An overly sympathetic angel is so touched by her sacrifice that he removes the arrows from her body and whisks her to a modern hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. Eliza awakens in a strange new world where no one believes her story. The angel prompts her to pretend she has amnesia. Conscientious police detective, Jeff Palmer, is sent to investigate the stabbing of a woman dressed in a period costume and left at the emergency room door. She claims to have amnesia, but he can find no clues to her identity. He tries to help her build a new life by introducing her to his sister and a possible career as a fashion model, but even as his feelings for her grow, Jeff suspects the silver-haired beauty is hiding a dark secret from her past. [Cover art by Sarah Winn and Mary Z. Wolf]
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Editorial Reviews

Melissa M. Curran
I was incredibly impressed with the way Sarah Winn made me put myself in Eliza's position and see the world of today. We drive too fast, clothe ourselves in very little, and have very promiscuous relationships! It's funny how many things have changed in just a short time. Pretty interesting when you see it from Eliza's point of view.
RIE Reviewer
...this book was a fun read. Watching Eliza encounter everyday articles for the first time was a real treat. Her childlike wonder over ice cream and television was delightfully well done. The romance between Eliza and Jeff grew at a pace that didn't seem abnormally fast, yet was evident from the first time they met. The side story of Jeff's fashion model sister Marge and her photographer boyfriend Ken was a sweet plot thread, and the other supporting cast members were also nicely written. The oc
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000117941
  • Publisher: Hard Shell Word Factory
  • Publication date: 7/20/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 279 KB

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