The Journey Home

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 2008 - Fiction - 281 pages
7 Reviews
What unseen hand guided Kody Douglas's horse to that bleak, windswept South Dakota farmhouse? The "half-breed" cowboy—a man of two worlds, at home in neither—would never know. But when he finds a lovely, vulnerable young woman there, abandoned in the darkest hours of the Depression, he cannot simply ride away and leave her.

Charlotte Porter reluctantly follows this hard, embittered yet compelling man to his family's homestead. But the more she learns about him, and the secret child who haunts his memories, the more she aches to comfort him and make him her own. Can two outcasts—brought together by hard times and shared faith—truly find love in so cold and heartless a world?

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Review: The Journey Home (Depression Series #2)

User Review  - Dorcas - Goodreads

Okay here it is. The story has a great premise and started very well. My problem was with the male hero. He has serious self esteem issues. He is half white and half Indian and feels he doesnt fit in ... Read full review

Review: The Journey Home (Depression Series #2)

User Review  - Danelle - Goodreads

I'm not very fond of love stories, but this one actually made me tear up! It is splendidly written! Read full review

About the author (2008)

Linda Ford lives on a ranch in Alberta, Canada. Growing up on the prairie and learning to notice the small details it hides gave her an appreciation for watching God at work in His creation. Her upbringing also included being taught to trust God in everything and through everything--a theme that resonates in her stories. She and her husband raised fourteen children--ten adopted. She currently shares her home with her husband, a grown son and a live-in paraplegic client.

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