From the Dust by Ryshia Kennie
Love can be so… unexpected.
In the spring of 1935, understated beauty Eva Edwards is widowed. A blessing to be sure. Having long since left England, a rare talent for music and notions of love behind, her one focus is keeping her farm and raising a child not her own—no matter the sacrifice and struggle.
Born of wealth, veterinarian Tate Prescott Brown has come to the dust of Saskatchewan’s rural Qu’Appelle District to find independence and take possession of his farm—Eva’s farm. Now, in an effort to solve a legal misunderstanding, Tate faces a sacrifice and struggle of his own: to do what he thinks is right by Eva … or what’s right for his heart.
“…The perfect book to spend a cold, snowy day curled up with a fire!…” TB
“…I thought their love making scene was one of the most beautiful I have ever read….” D.A.C.
“The time is 1935 and the setting is remote Saskatchewan. The central character is a woman of achievement who has left all that behind, an intelligent woman who has been reduced to the essentials, and is ready to fight to keep what little she has. Rich in period detail and full of nicely-drawn characters, FROM THE DUST is a solid romance that also has a good deal to offer to those who don’t normally read romances.”
Dan W. Hays, Book Reviewer
The Statesman Journal
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