Eliza's Mistake

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Mildred Colvin has been writing sweet inspirational romance since 2001, and is an award-winning author of seventeen novels in both historical and contemporary themes, as well as two compilations, one audio book, and a growing number of e-books. Mildred is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and is active in two very special critique groups. She is also active in her church and enjoys special times with her husband, children, and grandchildren. Her hobbies, when she has time, include quilting, photography, and gardening. Of course, reading is more than a hobby. It's a way of life.

Eliza's Mistake

Brides of Cedar Creek

Authored by Mildred Colvin

Still grieving the loss of her mother, Eliza Jackson moves to Springfield, Missouri, in the fall of 1836, with her father and younger brother. Her older siblings are married now, so she determines to make a home for the remainder of her family. But first one and then another of the single ladies in town cast an eye toward her father. In an attempt to discourage one of the ladies, she makes the mistake of introducing him to her dressmaker, and her world is turned upside down as they fall in love. Then there's James Hurley, her father's employee. He seems to delight in tormenting her, yet she finds her attraction to him more than she wants after her heart was broken by the boy back home in Cedar Creek.

James Hurley has fallen in love with Eliza, but can't get past her prickly attitude. He doesn't give up and finally wins her affection only to have someone tell her he's been paid to court her. She turns to Trennen Von Hall, a young man of questionable intentions. But there's nothing James can do if Eliza won't listen to him.

When James believes all is lost and Eliza is ready to give up, she makes her biggest mistake yet. That one night changes her life and the lives of others as well. Yet out of the darkness comes good. Out of confusion comes a second chance.

Sometimes plans go wrong.

Publication Date:
1475041411 / 9781475041415
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Christian / Historical

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