By Robin Lee Hatcher
Within the excessive desolate tract city of Frenchman's Bluff, Idaho, Felicia Kristoffersen has got down to create a destiny for herself that's larger than her painful earlier. by myself on the planet with purely her religion to maintain her, she needs to turn out herself as this tiny community's new institution instructor. She can't, mustn't ever, fail. yet, there are those that by no means sought after her there firstly. 5 years after the dying of his spouse, neighborhood service provider Colin Murphy cares approximately only one factor: elevating his daughter, Charity. Colin desires to provide her the academic merits he by no means had. the recent 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 middle should be damaged once more. a lady who hasn't recognized love. a guy who misplaced the affection he had. in the course of the broad, sage-covered plains, each one is set to find that life's bitterest situations actually can interact for sturdy. 'Tender, evocative, and fantastically written, Belonging is a trip approximately love after loss, and approximately hearts destined to develop into one---despite their stubbornness! Belonging is Robin Lee Hatcher at her best!' ---Tamera Alexander, bestselling writer of inside of My center and The Inheritance 'Belonging is classic Robin Lee Hatcher: a touching, delicate love tale, choked with actual clash and characters that quietly construct a nest on your center. A skillful mix of description, emotion, and non secular mirrored image, Belonging will sweep you away to overdue nineteenth-century Idaho, completely satisfied to have a pro novelist riding your buckboard wagon with a certain hand. via story's finish you are going to without doubt sigh with aid, smile with satisfaction, and switch again to web page one for a moment stopover at with our decided pass over ok. enjoyed it!' --- Liz Curtis Higgs, big apple instances bestselling writer of Mine Is the evening
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Felicia nodded, still smiling. ” “Yes, ma’am,” Suzanne answered with enthusiasm. ” Felicia’s gaze returned to Colin, and the smile faded, replaced once again by an expression of fatigue. ” He glanced at Walter. “You go on ahead,” the man said. ” Colin nodded, then motioned with his head. ” Charity released his hand and fell back to walk beside the new schoolmistress while he led the way around the east side of the mercantile. “We got new readers for the school,” his daughter said. “They came this summer.
Colin nodded, then motioned with his head. ” Charity released his hand and fell back to walk beside the new schoolmistress while he led the way around the east side of the mercantile. “We got new readers for the school,” his daughter said. “They came this summer. Did Mr. ” “Well, we did. A big box of new McGuffey’s. ” “How wonderful. ” Colin tensed. His daughter’s struggle with reading was a sore point—perhaps because he was unable to help her as he wished he could—but also because of Miss Lucas’s harsh assessment of Charity’s learning abilities.
I thought for certain Mr. Swanson would have. ” Something in Felicia’s voice revealed more than she probably would have liked—her uncertainty, her trepidation, perhaps even her loneliness. Kathleen’s heart went out to her. ” “No, I—” “You’ll be the guest of honor on Sunday, and everyone from miles around will be there to welcome you. ” Almost everyone, anyway. Relief filled Felicia’s gaze. “Thank you, Mrs. ” It wasn’t often that Kathleen felt sure of herself, sure of what the future held, sure of others.