THE WIDOW'S SUITOR
CORA ANDERSON ISN'T LOOKING FOR LOVE
The young widow is just trying to make a life on the prairie for herself and her newborn son. When handsome newcomer Luke Dow shows up at her cabin door, she soon relies on the man's help with her homestead…and dares to dream of the future.
Luke came to the small South Dakota town to build a hotel and make his fortune. But he never expected to care for anyone, let alone the beautiful Cora and her baby boy. When Cora's land claim is challenged by a neighbor, Luke will do all he can to protect her and her home—and claim her heart.
A wonderful pioneer love story. Zediker captivated me with her words right from the gripping first scene -- and oh my what a hero/heroine first meet! It kind of felt like Laura Ingalls Wilder all grown up. I loved the Little House books as a child and The Widow's Suitor has the same feel for historical detail. What an exciting -- and desperate -- time to be alive. Cora faces an uncertain future with grit and determination but a vulnerability that pulls at Luke's heartstrings. And the author has created a truly vile villain to up the angst factor just in case trying to eke out a living as a widow with a newborn babe isn't enough. :-) A powerful inspirational thread completes the plot and made this a great read from beginning to end.
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