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Dawn of the Morning (Grace Livingston Hill #43) (original 1911; edition 1996)

by Grace Livingston Hill (Author)

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Title:Dawn of the Morning (Grace Livingston Hill #43)
Authors:Grace Livingston Hill (Author)
Info:Living Books (1996), 424 pages
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In the year 1824, in a pleasant town located between Schenectady and Albany, stood the handsome colonial residence of Hamilton Van Rensselaer.
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Though Dawn lived in a world of affluence, she couldn't find the comfort and love she so desperately needed. Her stepmother despised her, and her father ignored her. Then one day they came to her with shocking news: she was to be married to the man of their choice. Now it is Dawn's wedding day. She knows she should be filled with joy and anticipation. Instead, all she feels is hopelessness. For Dawn has finally found a man she could love, a man who seems to understand her deepest thoughts and most-cherished feelings. A man who is her fiancÚ's brother.… (more)

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