A Girl to Come Home To
Born in 1865, Grace Livingston Hill was a pioneer in writing Inspirational Romance. Her sweeping, epic love stories driven by spiritual values have provided a template that has been followed by countless other authors. In this suspenseful tale, a well-mannered officer returns home from the war to see his plans for marriage demolished as his intended weds another man. Caught up in a desperate espionage plot, he receives help from a gentle young woman with whom he shares his faith as well as his life. Repackaged in an elegant, keepsake style, this book captures the eye of a new generation of readers. Look for Hill's timeless writing to launch renewed interest in this master of the genre.
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