Light of My Heart

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F.H. Revell, 2004 - Fiction - 302 pages
4 Reviews
Dr. Letitia Morgan comes to Hartville, Colorado, in the late 1800s to follow her God-given calling to heal. Soon she becomes Hartville's ministering angel, reaching out to the children of the town drunk, and skillfully touching all who need her. But not everyone warms to the lovely new physician and Letty ruffles plenty of feathers when she takes on Hartville's thriving brothels. As she rescues first one then another young girl forced into the sordid trade, Letty becomes the target of some of the town's most powerful people. Eric Wagner, Hartville's newspaper editor, finds he got much more than he bargained for when he brought this female doctor to town. As Letty stirs more controversy with each passing day, he wonders if he can save the noble-minded doctor from herself. This is heart-warming and engaging fiction at its best, straight from the pen of a skilled storyteller.

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Light of My Heart

User Review  - Sherma -

I really enjoyed this story. The story line was good. I loved the characters that made up the small town. I will definitely read other books by this author.i Read full review

Review: Light of My Heart (Silver Hills Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Goodreads

Started out loving this one, but I found my self a bit bored and speed reading in the ended well enough to earn the 3 stars instead of two ( I wish I could give it 2.5 stars:) but I don't know that I'll take the time to read any others from this series. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Carolyne Aarsen lives in Northern Alberta where she was born, raised and married and has raised four children and numerous foster children. Carolyne's writing has been honed between being a stay-at-home mother, housewife, gardener, crafter columnist and business partner with her husband in their cattle farm and logging business. Writing for Love Inspired has given her the chance to combine her love of romance writing with her love for the Lord.

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