A Bride for Dry Creek
A wonderfully poignant romance in which two high school sweethearts -- secretly married but separated for twenty years! -- are finally reunited. Readers will weep as Flint Harris and Francis Elkton overcome a decades-old misunderstanding and are finally able to live happily ever after.
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