The House on Blue Hill

The House on Blue Hill

by Kay Ackerman-Martin

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Overview

The House on Blue Hill by Kay Ackerman-Martin

The year was 1875. Beautiful, young Sarah Elizabeth Thornton was raised by the Sisters of Charity in Boston after being taken there by an English sea captain. Embraced by the wealthy Prescott family, her perfect life is disturbed by suspioious accidents which almost cost Sarah her life and by the unwanted affections of a brash and arrogant real estate developer from San Francisco who is determined to have her, even against her will. Intrigued by a mysterious man with deep brown eyes who comes to her rescue, the pieces of Sarah's early life start to come together. A romance that began in England years ago is the catalyst for events that unfold in THE HOUSE ON BLUE HILL.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013126626
Publisher: Ackerman Productions
Publication date: 01/17/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 117
File size: 232 KB

About the Author

Kay Ackerman-Martin, MA, LPCC - enthusiastic, energetic, encouraging -- easily recognizes the potential, gifts, and talents in others and then helps them to realize their dreams. She is a clinical counselor specializing in relationships.

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