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Can two strangers overcome the secrets and lies behind their mail order marriage? It's 1886 on the western prairies, and Annie and Noah must find a way to make their relationship work, even though desperation is all that's brought them together.
Annie has a handicapped sister she didn't tell Noah about. He has a sick and difficult father needing skilled nursing, and a deep sorrow that is a barrier to true intimacy.
They have passion--but can they ever find love?
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There is humour and sadness, grief, friendship and love. A wonderful story that leaves you wishing for more.
A Lantern in the window is a relatively short story (I snarfed it in one night, sort of like a fat kid with chocolate). It is beautifully written with the perfect amount of Humor, drama (in a good way), and mushy love to keep you captivated until the end. I am a sucker for really romantic stories where the characters genuinely love each other, and this fits the bill.
I read this in one setting. It was a real page turner. I wish it was longer it was so interesting. Well worth the price and I can't wait to read her other books.