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Louisa Caldecott, a progressive woman and independent business owner in 1880 Kansas, is principled, strong-willed, passionate, and generous to a fault. Satisfied with her comfortable life, she's happy to live in her sister Lily's shadow.

Until Lou meets John Rock Davis, Civil War veteran and man with a past. Until everything she loves is put at risk. Until she is forced to take a stand that threatens her safety, her happiness, and her future.

Then all hell - but heaven, too - breaks loose, and self-sufficient Lou finally understands the cost of courage and the power of love.

©2013 Karen J. Hasley (P)2017 Tantor

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Lily’s Sister

This is an enjoyable story that unfortunately is not performed, but produced badly After listening to literally hundreds of books this is the worst edited book I have ever listened to. Many times I wanted to delete the whole book but I really was engrossed in the story. The narrator is not the problem it is the way the recording was put together.