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The Way Home

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  • Sales Rank:72,180
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:544
  • Publication Date:July 18, 2011
  • ASIN:B005DC66C6


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Synopsis
Eliza Beaudry was determined to leave Richmond and poverty behind, and if that meant trading a few kisses for her freedom, she was more than willing to do so. When handsome gambler Cole Wallace sauntered into town, she saw in him her savior. But Cole’s daydreams didn’t include the poor daughter of a sharecropper, no matter how pretty, and when he left Richmond, he left Eliza behind, penniless, and in a world of trouble.

With no other choices, Eliza turned to Cole’s shy brother Aaron. He was nothing like the man of her dreams, nor was his farm in the middle of a Texas nowhere. But there was something about him ... and suddenly Eliza found herself questioning the life she’d always wanted and wondering ... could her dreams change?
Amazon.com Review
Beautiful Eliza Beaudry is determined to escape her parents' life of poverty as sharecroppers in the cotton fields of Texas. When her father insists that she marry a neighboring bachelor who she doesn't love, Eliza is forced to take a desperate step: she gives her virtue to traveling gambler Cole Wallace in hopes that he will rescue her from an impoverished life. But Cole has no plans to marry Eliza, and he leaves without even a goodbye. Two months later, Eliza finds herself alone and pregnant, with a father that insists on tracking down Cole to arrange a shotgun wedding. Cole turns to his younger brother Aaron to save him from the marriage, and Aaron, who feels indebted to Cole, reluctantly agrees. When faced with only one option, Eliza agrees to the union with Aaron, only to discover that he is the husband of her dreams--shy Aaron loves her deeply and passionately. Author Megan Chance has once again created characters with a depth of emotion that will move readers and remind them of all the wonderful reasons for reading romance novels.
Synopsis
Eliza Beaudry was determined to leave Richmond and poverty behind, and if that meant trading a few kisses for her freedom, she was more than willing to do so. When handsome gambler Cole Wallace sauntered into town, she saw in him her savior. But Cole’s daydreams didn’t include the poor daughter of a sharecropper, no matter how pretty, and when he left Richmond, he left Eliza behind, penniless, and in a world of trouble.

With no other choices, Eliza turned to Cole’s shy brother Aaron. He was nothing like the man of her dreams, nor was his farm in the middle of a Texas nowhere. But there was something about him ... and suddenly Eliza found herself questioning the life she’d always wanted and wondering ... could her dreams change?

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