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The weaver's daughter : a regency romance novel [electronic resource] / Sarah E. Ladd.

Ladd, Sarah E., (author.). hoopla digital. (Added Author).
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  • ISBN: 9780718011895 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 0718011899 (electronic bk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Publisher: [United States] : Thomas Nelson, Inc., 2018.
  • Distributor: Made available through hoopla

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Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dearborne family for as long as Kate can remember, but a war is brewing in their small village, one that has the power to rip families asunder-including her own. As misguided actions are brought to light, she learns how deep her father's pride and bitterness run, and she begins to wonder if her loyalty is well-placed. Henry Stockton, heir to the Stockton fortune, returns home from three years at war seeking refuge from his haunting memories. Determined to bury the past, he embraces his grandfather's plans to modernize the family's wool mill, ignoring the grumblings from local weavers. When tragedy strikes shortly after his arrival, Henry must sort truth from suspicion if he is to protect his family's livelihood and legacy. Henry has been warned about the Dearborne family. Kate, too, has been advised to stay far away from the Stocktons, but chance meetings continue to bring her to Henry's side, blurring the jagged lines between loyalty, justice, and truth. Kate ultimately finds herself with a powerful decision that will forever affect her village's future. As unlikely adversaries, Henry and Kate must come together to find a way to create peace for their families, their village, and their souls-even if it means risking their hearts in the process.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Family-owned business enterprises > Fiction.
Man-woman relationships > Fiction.
Weavers > Fiction.
Electronic books.

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