Thursday, April 15, 2010

From The Vault

Today's From The Vault Book is Rose Kelly, Heartsong Presents #679, by Janet Spaeth

ISBN: 9781593108489

From the Back Cover:

Rose believes a woman can do any job just as well as a man. But when she offers to move to the Dakota Territory for six months to write articles on the homesteaders, she suddenly realizes that she may have taken on more then she can handle. Eric Johansen moved to the Dakota Territory to start life over and to try to forget his past. But when persistent reporter Rose Kelly wants to put him in the spotlight for her articles, he begins to see his newfound life crumble around him. Can Rose find a way to be trustworthy and still keep her job? Will Eric ever outrun the past that haunts him? Fall in love with this inspiring love story and our entire collection of Christian romance novels from Heartsong Presents!

"The words of a man's mouth are as deep waters, and the wellspring of wisdom as a flowing brook." Proverbs 18:4
From Rose Kelly

"Excuse me, Mr. Johansen. Might we talk privately? I'd like to propose something to you."

As soon as the words popped out of her mouth, Rose regretted them. They'd come out all wrong—and with an audience, too. When would she ever learn to think first and speak second? She should have formulated her approach—that would have minimized the chances of his refusal.

This wasn't Chicago, she reminded herself, where she was known—and her outspoken style was almost legendary. There, it didn't matter how blunt her words were. She was expected to speak her mind.

Here, though, she needed to be more prudent in what she said.

To learn more about this book and others by Janet Spaeth, click HERE.

Question of the Day: It's tax day! So, are you a last minute tax filer, or do you get it done early?


  1. I'm so happy that I finished my taxes early this year!

  2. My parents (since I still live at home. :) Got their taxes done early.

    This is bee-u-ti-ful cover! Wow! Hope I get to read it. ;)

  3. We are a do the taxes in February kind of family.