By Robin Lee Hatcher
Within the excessive wilderness city of Frenchman's Bluff, Idaho, Felicia Kristoffersen has got down to create a destiny for herself that's larger than her painful previous. by myself on this planet with merely her religion to maintain her, she needs to end up herself as this tiny community's new tuition instructor. She can't, mustn't ever, fail. yet, there are those that by no means sought after her there first of all. 5 years after the loss of life of his spouse, neighborhood service provider Colin Murphy cares approximately only one factor: elevating his daughter, Charity. Colin desires to provide her the tutorial benefits he by no means had. the hot schoolmarm's inexperience does not take a seat good with him, and if this instructor up and marries just like the final one did, Charity's center should be damaged once more. a lady who hasn't identified love. a guy who misplaced the affection he had. in the course of the large, sage-covered plains, every one is set to find that life's bitterest conditions actually can interact for stable. 'Tender, evocative, and fantastically written, Belonging is a trip approximately love after loss, and approximately hearts destined to turn into one---despite their stubbornness! Belonging is Robin Lee Hatcher at her best!' ---Tamera Alexander, bestselling writer of inside My middle and The Inheritance 'Belonging is classic Robin Lee Hatcher: a touching, smooth love tale, packed with actual clash and characters that quietly construct a nest on your middle. A skillful mix of description, emotion, and religious mirrored image, Belonging will sweep you away to overdue nineteenth-century Idaho, completely happy to have a professional novelist using your buckboard wagon with a definite hand. via story's finish you will doubtless sigh with aid, smile with pride, and switch again to web page one for a moment stopover at with our made up our minds omit okay. enjoyed it!' --- Liz Curtis Higgs, ny instances bestselling writer of Mine Is the evening
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She especially seemed to enjoy that her daughter-in-law was obliged to her. Without the generosity of the Summervilles, Kathleen wouldn’t be able to provide for her daughters. She had no money of her own, no home of her own. So she obediently followed along, doing as she was told, performing as she was expected. Perhaps that was the reason she’d taken perverse pleasure when the other members of the school board didn’t blindly follow Helen’s example and vote against Miss Kristoffersen’s hiring. Her mother-in-law was not used to being on the losing side of anything and had been infuriated from that day to this.
But I—,” the blush deepened, “I must be careful how much I spend. ” “Of course. I understand. ” Felicia relaxed a little after Colin Murphy turned away. It was galling to have to admit her funds were in such short supply. It shouldn’t be embarrassing, of course. That was her pride. And as everyone knew, pride went before a fall. ” She turned to find the Murphy girl standing nearby. Charity wore a simple gingham dress of green and white with stockings on her feet but no shoes. Her dark hair was caught back at the nape with a wrinkled white ribbon, the bow uneven.
Her cheeks were flushed. From the laughter or from embarrassment? Kathleen rose from the floor. “Have you come to help, Mr. ” “Oh, no, Papa. I wanted to go bake cookies with Phoebe and Suzanne. Can I? I mean, may I? Mrs. Summerville said I could when I was done cleaning the blackboards, and I’m done. ” Felicia swept a few strands of honey-brown hair off her forehead with the back of her hand. “Yes. You’re finished, Charity. ” “It’s close to lunch time,” he answered. ” Kathleen moved toward him, a soft smile curving the corners of her mouth.