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Left bankrupt and homeless by a worthless husband, Harriet Pullen isn't about to lay down and die. Finding a temporary home for her children, she heads to the gold rush town of Blessings, California, to start over. One carefully planned step at a time, she's going to make a home for her family, regain her financial independence, and build a new ranch - bigger and better than the one she lost. God help the man who ever gets in her way again. 

Jason Meredith, an old friend, has a few things he'd like to say to Harriet, especially now that she's a widow. He might have better luck surviving a bear attack, though, than thawing her frozen heart. He's got his work cut out for him, but Jason's a patient man. At least, he used to think he was.... 

Based on a true story!

©2018 Heather Blanton (P)2019 Heather Blanton

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An excellent book

This is a good book. Starting out Harriat has a run of bad luck she looses everything. Basically hits rock bottom and has to start over. She packs up and moves to a new town and starts a new life. Jason also leaves and moves to the same town he was the only person Harriat knew. I thought she tried to be to independent. Jason tried to help and she refused over and over. This book reminds me of the tv western overland trail. Harriat was nice but she got on my nerves trying to do everything herself . Jason kept on and on trying to help. Heather blanton wrote a great book and lily bly did an excellent job narraiting this book. I was given a copy of this book but that had no influence on my review. If my review was any help will you please click the helpful link. Thank you