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It is a tale you will not only identify with, but also will laugh and cry with. And along the way, you will journey through a powerful and captivating love story that will endure for all time....
It is a tale you will not only identify with, but also will laugh and cry with. And along the way, you will journey through a powerful and captivating love story that will endure for all time.
Erika Crawford, the heroine, is on the brink of realizing a life ambition by becoming President of Capital Textiles. To Erika, her life reads like a fantasy. She is one of the youngest female executives to be named President of a Fortune 400 company and also is engaged to one of Beverly Hills brightest and most talented bachelors.
A public humiliation sends Erika on a defining journey to a wilderness community in North Idaho where through a changed identity, she discovers what she least expected.
In the majestic mountains and pristine waters of a tiny North Idaho village known as Kootenai Bay, Erika Crawford, now Marie Bancroft, finds more than she bargained for. An unsettling emptiness awakens her to the richness of relationships in a tightly woven community where life-time friendships are forged in the remote wilderness village.
Whispers of the Heart also is the story of a man, T.J. Morgan, a corporate magnet, notorious playboy, and heir to one of the world's largest fortunes and from one of the nation's oldest monied families. At the snap of a finger, every human desire and wish can be fulfilled. Except one. The love and commitment of a woman who will share not only his life . but also his soul.
T.J. meets Marie Bancroft at his ancestral home, Bear Creek Lodge; a log structure nestled in the Selkirk Mountains of North Idaho. He finds a woman of rare and exquisite beauty. T.J. is drawn to her in spite of her obvious secrets and deceptions. She is without question, the woman of his dreams. But could she live the life of a wealthy socialite?
Stephanie Wilson has produced nationally syndicated television programs for CBS, with her series on teenage suicide winning a national Angel Award. She has also written news stories for television and print. She lives in Washington with her husband, young son and new puppy, Lancelot.
Posted January 18, 2013
I had a hard time getting into this book initially (which is why I gave it four starts instead of five. But when I picked it back up and starting reading it again I found myself thoroughly engrossed in the story. It's what I think of as a "feel-good" novel even though the book touches on the unhappy realities of betrayal and deception. I'm a country girl and a business woman... so I could really appreciate this book from several aspects.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 30, 2012
Posted September 10, 2011
Posted August 2, 2011
I could not put this book down. I read this in one day. I thought it was going to be another predictable romance. It pulled me in and I just kept wanting to find out what was going to happen next. I do think the characters could have been decribed a little more. Great for the summer time, easy to read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.