Thursday, January 7, 2010

From the Vault

This week's treasure from the Heartsong Vault is:
The Oregon Escort by Susan Page Davis
When her aunt dies and leaves her nothing, Lydia Jackson heads to Oregon City in a wagon train to fulfill a teaching position. When a wagon train escort officer starts to show her attention, Lydia feels she must reject the man because of her obligations.
Corporal Mike Brown has been assigned by the U.S. military to escort the wagon train safely through the frontier. Still grieving the loss of his wife and son, he welcomes time in the open wilderness as his heart tries to mend. What he doesn't expect is to be attracted to Lydia Jackson
After being faced with all the harrowing experiences of the great West, will they be able to resist their feelings for each other? Or will Lydia find a future with her Oregon escort?
"Delight thyself also in the Lord: and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart." 3 Psalm 37:4
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QUESTION FOR YOU: Historicals or Contemporaries or both?
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  1. I gotta be honest here...I'll pick up a hisorical over the contemporary romance but I do read both and lately it seems that I'm reading more contemporary romances than ever!

    XOXO~ Renee

  2. Contemporary. I hated history. Who am I kidding? I hated every subject except creative writing.

  3. My heart is in historicals. :)

    I'm currently reading a series of books written in the 1960's, that were contemporaries when written, but are getting on for 50 years old now. Does that make them historicals?

  4. I like both but historicals are what I reach for the most!