By Ginny Aiken
Dr. Letitia Morgan involves Hartville, Colorado, within the past due 1800s to persist with her God-given calling to heal. quickly she turns into Hartville's ministering angel, achieving out to the youngsters of the city inebriated, and elegantly touching all who desire her.
But no longer each person warms to the beautiful new medical professional and Letty ruffles lots of feathers whilst she takes on Hartville's thriving brothels. As she rescues first one then one other younger lady pressured into the sordid alternate, Letty turns into the objective of a few of the town's strongest people.
Eric Wagner, Hartville's newspaper editor, reveals he acquired even more than he bargained for whilst he introduced this feminine health practitioner to city. As Letty stirs extra controversy with each one passing day, he wonders if he can retailer the noble-minded physician from herself.
This is heart-warming and fascinating fiction at its most sensible, instantly from the pen of a talented storyteller.
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Why, that is a play on your name. It is clever,” she said, grasping my hand. ” “Yet I fear it is not a strong mark of favor,” I said. ” Emme was silent for a moment. “At least she didn’t call you a mouse. ” “But a cat is a sly creature. Does she think me deceitful? ” In the dark, my insecurities multiplied like shadows on the wall. From the next bed came a sigh. “Perhaps she meant nothing at all. ‘Cat’ is simply easier to say than ‘Catherine,’ ” said Frances. ” Emme hissed at her. I laughed at the thought of large wooden eating bowls affixed to the side of Frances’s head.
He began to feed it into my sleeve, beginning at my wrist. His fingers played against the skin of my forearm as the handkerchief disappeared. I was too startled to say a word. Footsteps sounded in the hall. I turned and saw Frances standing midway between the bench and the table. Had she seen Ralegh give me the handkerchief? Then the door was flung open and the queen entered just as Walter dropped my arm and I folded my hands in front of me. I was sure my face was the color of vermilion. With my thumb I tucked the lace edges of the handkerchief out of sight.
With one hand she held the reins while extending her other arm to the onlookers. I could not take my eyes off her brightness, which even the rain did not dim. ” Forgetting my father, I ran forward to touch the queen. Trying to reach the hem of her skirt, I grazed the horse’s fetlock and smelled its wet flesh. Then my mother pulled me back. ” I felt my mother’s arms stiffen around me. Father did not visit us that day. ” Had I really seen the queen pass and touched her horse? If I had, why couldn’t I recall her face?
Light of My Heart (Silver Hills Trilogy, Book 1) by Ginny Aiken