Love, heartbreak, and triumph lie deep within the wilds of the Colorado highlands.
Abigail Stanton's whole life was rooted in her faith, a faith she now clings to for survival. After losing her husband and young son, Abby sets out alone, bereft, and heartsick. And when she is led to Conor MacKay's doorstep, the very foundation of her belief starts to shift.
As the volatile rancher's new housekeeper, Abby is supposed to keep his affairs--and his capricious little girl--in order. Abby feels anything but order, though, when she and Conor are together. Can love heal the wounds of the past? Or will Abby and Conor risk even greater losses than they have already suffered?
The first in the Brides of Culdee Creek series, Daughter of Joy takes you on a journey of grief, intrigue, and redeeming love in the nineteenth-century Colorado highlands.
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1 . An excellent read
Posted January 15, 2012 by Shirley , OrleansThis book was hard to put down. I really enjoyed and recommended it to all my friends. Well worth the read!!!
2 . LOVED IT!!!
Posted May 23, 2011 by Daisy623 , OregonI really loved this book. I loved all of the twist and turns it took but most of all I loved how it showed how faithful our heavenly father is when we totally trust him. Even when it is hard. I am looking forward to reading more of Kathleen's books!! :)
3 . A Good Christian Read
Posted May 23, 2011 by A Good Book , Oklahoma CityIt is so nice to be able to read a story where something other than violence and sex are the main topics.
As a Christian, I thank Kathleen for writing fiction that is full of goodness.
4 . My kind of book
Posted January 20, 2011 by Robin , Kimball, TNThis is my kind of book. I love Christian fiction. It is my favorite. I would recommend the book to anyone that likes Christian fiction.
Baker Publishing Group
July 31, 1999
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