Golden Harvest by Lori Copeland
Set in different parts of the U.S. in the 1800s, each story focuses on a different season and each heroine's personality reflects the season's temperament.
ELAINE BARBIERI - WINTER MOON
Judd McBain was a widower, certain he would never love again. Then one winter day he met the beautiful new schoolteacher. Accustomed to speaking her mind, she could be very irritating...but she was capable of sparking a fire in his frozen heart that could melt even the iciest Vermont lake.
EVELYN ROGERS - GENTLE RAIN
In Springtime, the most unexpected things can blossom. But love was unlikely between twenty-one-year-old Daisy Abernathy, who was preparing to leave her Tennessee home for the big city, and Nathan Keene, a moonshiner as sour as the mash in his still. It could only be a miracle of nature.
KAREN LOCKWOOD - SUMMER STORM
Half-Mexican, half-Irish Rose Milligan was as hardy as the wild Texas flower that shared her name, unwilting even under the heat of a scroching summer spent as a ranch house's cook. But how would she hold up under simmering undercurrents of passion for the boss's son?
LORI COPELAND - GOLDEN HARVEST
Missouri farmer Aster Harris had known true love with her husband, and didn't even dream of it happening again -- especially not with handsome, silver-tongued traveling salesman Dane Gordon. But in the autumn, a most bountiful harvest awaited her...a harvest of love.
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