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New York Times bestselling author Jude Deveraux captures love's magic in this heartwarming novel about desires that are unexpectedly fulfilled.

Jace Mongomery was a stranger in Chandler. Tall, proud, and ruggedly handsome, he would make any woman's heart beat faster...

Even shy, sweet Nellie Grayson--Nellie, who thought only of her beautiful younger sister's happiness. With Nellie's tireless aid, Terel Grayson easily became the belle of Chandler, Colorado.

Yet Jace, homesick for his closeknit family in Maine, took immediately to Nellie. For the first time, Nellie was the center of attention. It was a heady, delightful feeling...almost as wonderful as the moment when Jace gave her her very first kiss.

Nellie was sure her romantic idyll would end--how long could Jace resist the lovely Terel's charms? But with the help of an enchanting new friend, Nellie would discover that her flirtatious sister might not be the woman to win the gallant Jace Montgomery....
Publisher: New York: Pocket Books, 1989
Edition: Paperback
ISBN: 9780671743857
Branch Call Number: FIC DEV
Characteristics: 278 p.


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triptophan Dec 28, 2014

Classic Cinderella story. Very funny with a twist. Highly recommend this novel!

leah_123 Feb 10, 2014

This was a very cute story. Would have loved a follow up book to see what happened to the bratty selfish sister and her farmer husband.

Jan 03, 2011

An easy read with a touch of the unexpected. Really cute descriptions of what to expect in 'Heaven'! I smile every time I read it. A great book to take with you on vacation.


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Yarna Jan 14, 2014

For the first time in her life Nellie experienced how beautiful a woman can feel when her beauty is reflected in a man's eyes.


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