The Wind Harp (Mountain Song Legacy Series #2)

The Wind Harp (Mountain Song Legacy Series #2)

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by B. J. Hoff, Bj Hoff
     
 

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B.J. Hoff's unforgettable characters from A Distant Music reunite for an even more gripping, dramatic episode in The Mountain Song Legacy.

When Maggie MacAuley returns to the small coal town of her childhood, she has no intention of staying. Her life is in Chicago now. There's nothing to keep her in Skingle Creek...

...nothing but the discovery

Overview

B.J. Hoff's unforgettable characters from A Distant Music reunite for an even more gripping, dramatic episode in The Mountain Song Legacy.

When Maggie MacAuley returns to the small coal town of her childhood, she has no intention of staying. Her life is in Chicago now. There's nothing to keep her in Skingle Creek...

...nothing but the discovery that a man who has lived most of his life for the children of Skingle Creek is no longer the hero of Maggie's childhood but seems destined to become the love of her life.

In Maggie's quest for independence, she finds her greatest strength in sacrifice...and in her struggle to heal her family, she finds her heart renewed by love.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736914581
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
08/28/2006
Series:
Mountain Song Legacy Series , #2
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
300
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

BJ Hoff?s bestselling historical novels continue to cross the boundaries of religion, language, and culture to capture a worldwide reading audience. Her books include Song of Erin and American Anthem and such popular series as The Riverhaven Years, The Mountain Song Legacy, and The Emerald Ballad. Hoff?s stories, although set in the past, are always relevant to the present. Whether her characters move about in small country towns or metropolitan areas, reside in Amish settlements or in coal company houses, she creates communities where people can form relationships, raise families, pursue their faith, and experience the mountains and valleys of life. BJ and her husband make their home in Ohio.

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The Wind Harp (Mountain Song Legacy Series #2) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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Xavionite More than 1 year ago
BJ Hoff's books never fail to capture my imagination, drawing me into the story and keeping me spellbound from beginning to end. I love Mrs. Hoff's writing, and The Wind Harp does not disappoint in the least. Therefore I have rated the book with five stars. However, I was disappointed in the Nook version. Though I have not looked at the actual paper version of the book, my guess is that it is not so poorly edited. In the Nook version, typographical errors, absent punctuation marks, and random italics abound, distracting me from the beautiful story Hoff spins. I am new to the Nook, and hope that this is the exception rather than the rule. At the moment, I am reluctant to purchase book three of the series in the Nook version.
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In THE WIND HARP, this sequel to A DISTANT MUSIC, author B.J. Hoff takes the story of Jonathan Stuart and Maggie MacAuley a step further, delving deeper into their character and crafting a tale that is truly compelling. These characters, which come to life in book one, take on a new dimension in book two, pulling the reader into Jonathan¿s and Maggie¿s worst fears and deepest dreams. A different take on an age old love story, Mrs. Hoff, shows us that the old adage is true ¿ good things come to those who wait. I love the way Mrs. Hoff draws me into each character¿s hopes and dreams, while weaving in enough mystery and drama to keep me turning pages. Not many books keep me thinking about them long after I set the book down, but Mrs. Hoff has such a wonderful way of bringing the characters to life on each page, that I feel like I know them ¿ like they have become dear friends. Even the cover art on this book begs a romance. I found myself snatching a page here and there every chance I got. I can¿t wait to finish the saga with book three. I only wish we didn¿t have to wait six months for it to come out!