Daphne Deane is a small-town girl who has been trained for a life of faith and simple devotion. Then she falls helplessly in love with architect Keith Morrell--who is engaged to another woman! Daphne finds her faith tested to its limits.
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This is another classic Grace Livingston Hill story. A story of a young man who grew up and away from his values and beliefs that he had as a child. He finds himself in a world of money and social ... Read full review
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