Book 1, The Haven Trilogy
Jo Ann Ferguson
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A small town in 1870s Indiana is the perfect place for two people to fall in love while fleeing their pasts and searching for their futures in the first novel in Jo Ann Ferguson’s captivating Haven Trilogy
The bucolic town of Haven seemed like the perfect place for Emma Delancy to make a new life far from Kansas—and away from the threat of the hangman’s noose. For seven years, her secret has been safe. Until she rescues an orphaned boy . . . and clashes with local newcomer Noah Sawyer. Now everyone seems to be conspiring to fix her up with the handsome single father.
If Noah had wanted anonymity, he wouldn’t have chosen this close-knit community on the Ohio River as his new home. But after five years, it was time to stop running. Now beautiful, plucky Emma Delancy is threatening his hard-won peace of mind. His growing attraction to this remarkable woman who takes in an abandoned child and is already bonding with his young daughter makes Noah start to believe in the future. Until his Chicago past comes calling.
Twice Blessed is the 1st book in the Haven Trilogy, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
“Appealing characters . . . Jo Ann Ferguson makes the first in this series a good introduction to Haven—a place that will be worth a return.” —RomanceReview.com
“Ferguson is a truly talented author.” —Romantic Times
Jo Ann Ferguson is a lifelong storyteller and the author of numerous romantic novels. She also writes as Jo Ann Brown and Mary Jo Kim. A former US Army officer, she has served as the president of the national board of the Romance Writers of America and taught creative writing at Brown University. She currently lives in Nevada with her family, which includes one very spoiled cat.
- Category: Historical
- Published: Dec 09, 2014
- Publisher: Open Road Media Romance
- Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
- Print Length: 341 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: Book 1, The Haven Trilogy