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  • Kathleen Morgan

    Upon the death of her father, successful but jaded plastic surgeon Devra MacKay is summoned home from New York City to Culdee Creek. As her father''s only child, Devra is now heir to the prosperous cattle ranch-if she can meet the terms of the will: Agree never to sell the ranch and to make it her permanent home. Devra is upset with the terms, but the alternative is even worse. If she doesn''t meet her father''s conditions, the ranch will be given to Logan''s friend and foreman, Ross Blackstone, a Christian whom Devra abhors. Torn between her rapidly fading dreams and her determination not to let Ross "win", she takes a sabbatical to decide how to satisfy the terms of the will and still...read more

  • Kathleen Morgan

    The year is 1568 and Mary, Queen of Scots, is imprisoned in Lochleven Castle. But Mary's supporters, including noblewoman Heather Gordon, are planning a daring rescue. In order to gain entry to the castle, they need to help of one man-a resident of a small cottage in the frigid Highlands who just happens to resemble someone with access to Lochleven. Heather travels to the cottage as a tutor, determined to train this man to act the part of a nobleman in order to make their scheme a success. But in the close quarters of the cottage there is more afoot than political rebellion. And Heather is soon in danger of losing her heart and her head! A suspenseful story of deceit and betrayal, love...read more

  • Kathleen Morgan

    When Anna Hannack''s father-in-law brings home a wounded stranger only days before Christmas, Anna''s not happy. Christian charity moves the Hannack family to help the injured man, but the young widow Anna keeps her distance. The tragedies of life have shattered her trust, and she''s determined not to let another stranger threaten her family. Could it be, though, that this rugged Scotsman is actually the gift Anna''s young children have asked of the Christ Child this...read more

  • Kathleen Morgan

    It is November 1933 when Jessica Ashmore steps off the train from Baltimore to the Colorado high plains with her six-year-old daughter, Emma. Though hungry and penniless, Jessie finds solace in the fact that a nursing job awaits her in this remote outpost. But when her best-laid plans fall through, Jessie finds herself in a temporary position in the household of a kind rancher and his none-too-happy son, Sean. Will Jessie ever find the forever home and independence she and Emma dream...read more