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Title:
Daughter of joy
Author:
Morgan, Kathleen, 1950-
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Publication Information:
Grand Rapids, Mich. : Fleming H. Revell, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
335 pages ; 22 cm.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780800757182
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Book

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Summary

These classic historical romance novels are getting a new look for the next generation of readers. But the wonderful stories remain the same, as touching and fresh as they were when first published.

Praise for the Brides of Culdee Creek series:
"A poignant love story that will remain with the reader long after the book is closed."--Lori Copeland, author of the Brides of the West series

"A beautiful story of redemptive love. . . . A memorable read."--Robin Lee Hatcher, author of Catching Katie

"A spectacular new series."-- Library Journal

Praise for Kathleen Morgan:
"Kathleen Morgan writes with deep emotion and feeling."--Reader to Reader

"A marvelous storyteller."-- Romantic Times

"Kathleen Morgan is a phenomenal writer "--The Talisman


Author Notes

Kathleen Morgan was born in Long Beach, California. She is a former Army nurse and military brat, and has lived in Germany, Korea, Maryland, Texas, Virginia, Louisiana, Florida, Washington, D.C., Alabama, California, and Colorado. She also has her master's degree in counseling. Morgan sold her first book, a futuristic romance, in April 1990 while stationed in Korea as an Army nurse. Additional romances soon followed, until she had sold a total of fifteen books in the general market.

Morgan is a member of Romance Writers of America, and has received numerous awards, including a Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice award and Career Achievement award, and The Literary Times award for Literary Excellence in the Field of Romantic Fiction. She was also a Romance Writers of America RITA finalist.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Library Journal Review

In this spectacular new series, Morgan, an acclaimed writer of historical and futuristic romances, turns her deft pen to the Christian market to reflect a personal change. Abigail Stanton, who recently lost her husband and child, moves to Culdee Creek to become a housekeeper for Conor MacKay, a man whose previous housekeepers warmed more than dinner. Abby makes it clear that she won't tolerate any disreputable advances on his part, but she feels God led her to this ranch and this family for a purpose. As she grows to love Conor and his daughter, her faith inspires Conor to believe that there might just be something to this idea of religion. This wonderful start is for all collections. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.