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Seaside Cinderella by Anna Schmidt
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Seaside Cinderella

by Anna Schmidt

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For Jehovah is good; His loving-kindness is to time indefinite and His faithfulness to generation after generation. ---Psalms 100:5
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For my parents and the love story they lived.
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Lucie McNeil noticed the yacht's approach as she swept the front steps of the large Queen Anne-style house positioned high on a bluff overlooking Nantucket Bay.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 037382792X, Mass Market Paperback)

The tranquility of Nantucket Island offered poor but proud Lucie McNeil refuge, a place to dream about a better life. Her quiet existence as companion to an elderly couple was a blessing for the tragedy-haunted Irish immigrant. But all that changed when her employers' handsome, elegantly attired son stepped ashore. For she recognized him instantly as the owner of the Boston factory where a terrible fire had scarred her forever.

She knew she should hate Gabriel Hunter, yet she could not. She found herself drawn to the caring soul she sensed behind the ruthless fa?ade he showed the world. And she could not help dreaming that such different people--a poor servant girl and a wealthy merchant prince--might somehow make a life together.

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"The tranquility of Nantucket Island offered poor but proud Lucie McNeil refuge, a place to dream about a better life. Her quiet existence as companion to an elderly couple was a blessing for the tragedy-haunted Irish immigrant. But all that changed when her employers' handsome, elegantly attired son stepped ashore. For she recognized him instantly as the owner of the Boston factory where a terrible fire had scarred her forever. She knew she should hate Gabriel Hunter, yet she could not. She found herself drawn to the caring soul she sensed behind the ruthless facade he showed the world. And she could not help dreaming that such different people -- a poor servant girl and a wealthy merchant prince -- might somehow make a life together"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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