Are some crimes too horrible to forgive?
Growing up on the Kansas prairie, Samantha Martin cherished two desires: to love God and marry her childhood sweetheart. But the War between the States took nearly everything - her family, her home, and Nathan, her love. When he returns six years later, she is shocked to discover he's no longer the gentle boy she's always adored. Instead, he is a physically and emotionally scarred man on the run, dodging charges of theft...and murder.
Or is a lack of grace the gravest transgression of all?
Nathan Hamilton once dreamed of seeing the world, becoming a doctor, and making Samantha his bride. But instead of adventure, he encountered tragedy and made choices that nearly destroyed his life. Now, in Samantha's arms, Nathan seeks peace and freedom - while she strives to lead him from darkness to light and into the embrace of the only one who can provide a true refuge for The Fugitive Heart.
©1997 Jane Orcutt (P)2006 Books in Motion
"A memorable...masterful tale! You won't want to miss a page!" (The Literary Times)
"Troubled heroes are nothing new in romantic fiction, but Ms. Orcutt has elevated this archetype to a new level of excellence.... Add vivid description to a fast-moving plot and read until done." (Romantic Times)
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