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Read some great books in April...you'll be blooming!

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If this shy electrician finds his spark, he might just be the man she’s always needed.


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The only way he can save her is to help her save herself.


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A new hope…


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...will the secrets they’re keeping from each other tear them apart?


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If only life were as simple as smiling for the camera.


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Silver Springs...where even the hardest hearts can learn to love again.


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You can't run from love...



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Also by Ann H. Gabhart:

These Healing Hills, September 2017
Paperback
Small Town Girl, July 2013
Trade Size
The Gifted, July 2012
Trade Size
Words Spoken True, February 2012
Paperback
The Blessed, July 2011
Paperback
Angel Sister, February 2011
Trade Size
Seeker, The: A Novel, July 2010
Paperback

The Blessed
Ann H. Gabhart

Berkley
July 2011
On Sale: July 1, 2011
Featuring: Isaac Kingston; Lacey Bishop
416 pages
ISBN: 0800734548
EAN: 9780800734541
Paperback
$14.99
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Inspirational Historical | Historical

Trapped by obligation, one woman longs for the freedom of true love.
It is 1844 and Lacey Bishop's life is a tangled mess. When circumstances move Lacey to a nearby Shaker village, she is not prepared for the new life that awaits her. In the midst of her deep loneliness, Lacey works to fit in with this odd group. But everything shifts when she finds herself drawn to a Shaker man in a village where such relationships are forbidden.

Can Lacey ever find true happiness in this mysterious place?

Living just thirty miles from a restored Shaker village in Kentucky, Ann H. Gabhart has walked the same paths that her characters might have walked in generations past. Her thorough research provides a colorful backdrop for her Shaker novels.

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