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From This Day Forward by Margaret Daley
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From This Day Forward

by Margaret Daley

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This book was good in many ways but it also felt like the author was trying to fit an entire series worth of plot into one book. It seemed like just when I relaxed from the resolution of one round of bad luck that had beset our main characters, another storm blew in with a vengeance. And then it ended so abruptly - all of a sudden, everything was okay. I just felt that after hanging with them through the entirety of all that had gone wrong, I wanted to stick around a bit longer to see something go right for a change. Overall, though, it was a pleasant afternoon of my life spent with Rachel and Nathan and their supporting characters. ( )
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Penniless, pregnant, and newly widowed
immigrant Rachel Gordon doesn’t believe
her situation could get any worse...until
she meets her new neighbors.
Shortly after the War of 1812, Rachel and her husband
set out from England for a plantation in South Carolina,
which he had purchased sight unseen. However, while
en route, Tom Gordon fell overboard and drowned,
leaving Rachel, frightened and alone, to make a home
for her and her newborn.
Can a battle-scarred American physician who comes to
her rescue also heal her wounded heart?
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"Penniless, pregnant, and newly widowed immigrant Rachel Gordon doesn;t believe her situation could get any worse...until she meets her new neighbors. Shortly after the War of 1812, Rachel and her husband set out from England for a plantation in South Carolina, which he had purchased sight unseen. However, while en route, Tom Gordon fell overboard and drowned, leaving Rachel, frightened and alone, to make a home for her and her newborn. Can a battle-scarred American physician who comes to her rescue also heal her wounded heart?"--Amazon.com.… (more)

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