n her wildest dreams, Liddy Evans never thought she'd be widowed and pregnant--and the object of a corrupt banker's attention. She needs help with her alfalfa harvest--and in keeping her home. Widower Calvin McAllister needs someone to teach his young daughters how to keep a house, cook a meal and become ladies. When Liddy and Cal agree to trade services to help each other out they never give a thought to how hard it will become to part each evening.
|Publisher:||Janet Lee Barton Books|
|File size:||61 KB|