British Columbia: The Romantic History of Dawson Creek in Four Complete Novels
"Ida Thomas comes to Dawson Creek in 1930, surprised to be the first schoolteacher to work in the area. She quickly becomes the object of two suitors' attentions. Can Ida find a RIVER OF PEACE to replace the grief that has long filled her heart? For Ruth McEvan, to love means to los. Now she is losing her teaching position due to lack of certification and experience. Should she leave her beloved Dawson Creek and its BECKONING STREAMS to be schooled in Ontario, or should she consider marriage and a future in her hometown? A WINDING HIGHWAY is making its way from Dawson Creek to Fairbanks, Alaska, turning a tiny Canadian town into a hub of activity for the United States Army. Jerusha Porter, once used to the elegance of Winnipeg, now takes in laundry. The attention of one soldier brings a unique sense of joy to her tiresome routine. But will rumors of war overseas leave her alone once again? Phillip McEvan has returned home to Dawson Creek after serving in the Second World War. Left part owner of a run-down boardinghouse, he doesn't have a clear path for his future. But HIDDEN TRAILS to peace and contentment are about to be discovered when visitors come to this growing community."--BOOK COVER.
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