The story takes you from the salons of Europe to the coal mining towns of the Canadian West, which were opening up the economy after the First World War.
Jean-Gilles is left for dead and Evalina is kidnapped to be the unwilling bride of a crude rancher, all with her father's approval, so he and the rancher can join their ranches and provide succession for the land.
As horses and buggies give way to automobiles and trains, Evalina must brave her cold and determined father to find Jean-Gilles and save his life before it is too late.
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About the Author
Patrizia Murray is the pseudonym of an Arizona columnist, editorialist, and reporter, an author of essays, poetry and children's stories, and published song writer. She loves sunshine, family, Christmas, golfing, reading, cooking, entertaining, all kinds of music, (especially classical, which she listens to while writing), singing, playing piano, bridge, and attending live theater and concerts. She is married with one son, and tries to write at least two hours a day, when not working in her husband's business, selling real estate full time, and enjoying her other interests. She is published in Germany, Britain, Canada, Denmark, and India, and has been a finalist in RWA contests.