Lantern In The Window

Genre: Historical Romance

For Fans Of

Susanna Kearsley Caroline Fyffe Carrie Anne Noble Carolyn Brown Julie Pollitt Ella Camsen Faye Sonja Kat Carson

Book Summary

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?


359 customer reviews

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.

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About the Author

I love people who don’t fit society’s definition of normal.

I'm a friendly hermit who disproves the belief that you can’t go home again.

I was born here in the Rocky Mountains of B.C., Canada, a fairly long time ago, and after many adventures, several marriages, three amazing sons, a couple of divorces, innumerable moves and six fascinating grandkids, I came home to the little coal mining town of Sparwood.

I live, breathe, read and write books, and I've written and published upwards of 55, mostly romance, which I obviously need to learn a lot about. I'm currently self-publishing e books, although I did publish with Harlequin, Avon, etc. for many years.

You can find me and my books here:

She lives alone, except for two rabbits. She has two of her six brilliant grandchildren living just down the street, and she relies on them for advice on all things electronic. She walks, reads, writes and likes this quote:

“When you change the way you look at a thing, the thing you look at changes.”

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