The Heart's Horizons



Fey Bayliss had come to the Wintons' Texas estate to be companion to Beth, who had tragically lost the use of her legs. Instantly Fey was drawn to this woman. But she was also drawn to Darin who had promised to marry Beth. How could they be faithful to Beth without losing each other.

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Without warning or defense, beautiful Fey Bayliss faced a dilemma that tore her heart. She had come to the Winton's luxurious Texas estate to be companion to Beth, who had tragically lost the use of her legs. Instantly Fey was drawn to this lovely gallant young woman who refused to court sympathy or indulge in self-pity.

Fey could understand why Darin Sommer remained faithful to his pledge to marry Beth, though it would limit his life and limit his painting career. But what Fey could not understand was how she and Darin could fall so helplessly in love when neither could bear betraying Beth. How could they be faithful to this wonderful girl without losing each other? Yet how could they call wrong a love that felt so right? Here is a novel that asks the hardest questions two lovers ever faced -- to reveal what love and trust really are, and how much they can cost.
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