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By Lauraine Snelling

ISBN-10: 1441265236

ISBN-13: 9781441265234

Miriam Hastings has her destiny plans in place...
But Trygve Knutson is purpose on altering them.

Just a number of brief weeks into her year-long education on the Blessing clinic, Miriam Hastings is termed domestic to Chicago, the place her mom is gravely ailing. With siblings to take care of, Miriam pleads to be allowed to complete her education in Chicago. Her nursing manager promises her a short reprieve yet extracts a promise that Miriam will go back to Blessing and satisfy her one-year commitment.
While in Chicago, Miriam has attempted to get Trygve Knutson and Blessing out of her brain, yet his letters make that most unlikely. Trygve is busy construction a home, hoping he can persuade Miriam to come to North Dakota and marry him. Torn among Trygve's love and her family's wishes, she doesn't be aware of what to do.

When Miriam ultimately returns to Blessing, she buries herself in her paintings. yet irrespective of how demanding she attempts to place it off, she has a few life-changing judgements to make approximately her destiny, her family... and the fellow who's by no means faraway from her suggestions. what is going to it take to persuade her to stick?

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Qxp 8/1/08 9:32 AM Page 29 2 9 ond draft, a fiddler and a piper entered for their merriment and their money and, the piper having played less well than himself, raised Jacob’s spirits enough for him to join in the singing. When two women came in, the men called out their names with liquored glee. The bawds flounced a bit before choosing a lap to sit in. Jacob demurred when approached. He’d had enough, years ago, of brothels and the disorderly houses kept by wives of sailors at sea. The boyish recklessness that flooded him at Jublio did not extend to the sweet debauchery he had sought as a youth.

Not as ornate as D’Ortega’s. None of that pagan excess, of course, but fair. And pure, noble even, because it would not be compromised as Jublio was. Access to a fleet of free labor made D’Ortega’s leisurely life possible. qxp 8/1/08 a 9:32 AM Page 28 m e r c y rather than a four-post bed. Jacob sneered at wealth dependent on a captured workforce that required more force to maintain. Thin as they were, the dregs of his kind of Protestantism recoiled at whips, chains and armed overseers. He was determined to prove that his own industry could amass the fortune, the station, D’Ortega claimed without trading his conscience for coin.

Jacob winced. Flesh was not his commodity. Still, at his host’s insistence, he trailed him to the little sheds where D’Ortega interrupted their half day’s rest and ordered some two dozen or more to assemble in a straight line, including the boy who had watered Regina. The two men walked the row, inspecting. D’Ortega identifying talents, weaknesses and possibilities, but silent about the scars, the wounds like misplaced veins tracing their skin. One even had the facial brand required by local law when a slave assaulted a white man a second time.

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