The Tender Mysteries Series of Inspirational American Historical Romance After a flood annihilates a wagon train in 1888, eleven female survivors build a life in Hope, Nebraska. RESURRECTED Book One of the Tender Mysteries Series His interference infuriates her. Her passion inspires him. July, 1895. Hope, Nebraska. For years Deborah Willet has been protecting her sisters without the interference (or aid) of any man. Though she's often resented the responsibilities heaped on her after her parents and brothers are killed in a ...
The Tender Mysteries Series of Inspirational American Historical Romance After a flood annihilates a wagon train in 1888, eleven female survivors build a life in Hope, Nebraska. RESURRECTED Book One of the Tender Mysteries Series His interference infuriates her. Her passion inspires him. July, 1895. Hope, Nebraska. For years Deborah Willet has been protecting her sisters without the interference (or aid) of any man. Though she's often resented the responsibilities heaped on her after her parents and brothers are killed in a flood, she's done her duty just fine on her own. When family treasures begin to disappear, she's confident she can locate the nasty villain stealing from her family without the help of any outsiders--until Steven Paxton raises doubts about everything she's always believed in. For months Steven has convinced the world he isn't the least bit upset about the accident which put him in a wheelchair. Secretly, he spends most of his time wallowing in self pity, refusing to do the rehabilitation exercises the doctor has told him will restore the use of his legs. He believes he's half a man now, and he simply must accept his fate--until Deborah makes him realize he can do anything he sets his mind to doing. Except, perhaps, winning the heart of the beautiful woman who's stolen his. RESTITUTION Book Two of the Tender Mysteries Series Running off with a handsome stranger is hardly something Amy McKittrick would do under ordinary circumstances. Diego Consillo is hunting down a man who's stolen over five thousand dollars, and beautiful Amy seems to be the key to finding him. November, 1895. Hope Nebraska. For years Amy has been trying to make amends for a crime she'd committed when she was fifteen years old. She's doggedly, habitually avoided sin since that one infraction, but when Diego comes to town making all kinds of horrible accusations she finds herself lying over and over again. Alone with him in the countryside, on the trail of a thief, as Amy succumbs to Diego's charms, she feels worse than ever for misleading him, even as she begins to feel whole again by loving him. Within days of leaving Hope Diego is ashamed he's subjected a lovely woman like Amy to the harshness of a manhunt, but what could he do? He owes his loyalty to the people in Indiana who are counting on him to find the man who's stolen their money, and Amy is his only chance for success with his mission. Maybe he wouldn't feel so guilty if he wasn't falling in love with the sweet, beautiful woman, but he was. And there wasn't a thing he could do stop a love more powerful than either of them. Reviewer comments about Author Fran Shaff Fallen Angel Reviews: "Fran Shaff is a wonderful writer whose prose speak with passion from her heart. Coffee Time Romance: "I will be looking for more from this author." The Romance Studio: "Ms. Shaff is a gifted writer that always delivers in her stories." CataRomance: "Fran Shaff is a wonderful storyteller, and she knows how to pull her readers immediately into the world of her characters. I like this author's writing style, and it makes for a fast-paced and entertaining read."
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