Can a ?marriage of convenience? ever blossom into true love?
Prim and proper Lydia Turner believes she has no choice but to sell her father?s beloved drugstore and make a new life for herself far away from the idyllic Texas town of Eden Point. But when the drug store?s buyer ...
Can a ‘marriage of convenience’ ever blossom into true love?
Prim and proper Lydia Turner believes she has no choice but to sell her father’s beloved drugstore and make a new life for herself far away from the idyllic Texas town of Eden Point. But when the drug store’s buyer turns out to be a handsome young doctor with a little boy in tow, Lydia succumbs to the temptation to linger in Eden Point for a few more weeks.
Major Thomas Sullivan and his son are looking for a safe haven where they can heal from the heartbreak of war. Although Lydia vows to protect her own heart, she soon finds herself falling for the wary little boy…and his irresistible father…
TWICE BLESSED is a long novella of 32,000 words. A shorter version was previously published in A HOMESPUN MOTHER’S DAY
The other books in the Borrowed Brides series include:
“Rebecca Hagan Lee warms my heart and touches my soul. She’s a star in the making!” Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling author
“Every Rebecca Hagan Lee book is a tender treasure!” Teresa Medeiros, New York Times bestselling author
“Rebecca Hagan Lee taps into every woman’s fantasy!” Christina Dodd, New York Times bestseller
“Rebecca Hagan Lee is a writer on the rise!”—Romantic Times
After arming herself with a degree in fine arts and experience in radio, television, and film, Rebecca Hagan Lee wrote her first novel Golden Chances. Since then, she’s published numerous bestselling and award-winning novels and three novellas.
She’s won a Waldenbooks Award, a Georgia Romance Writers Maggie Award, several Romantic Times awards, been nominated for an RWA Rita Award and has been published in nine languages.
She currently lives in Georgia with her husband, her two beloved Quarter Horses, and a miniature schnauzer named after literary icon Harper Lee.