Written by Robin Lee Hatcher
Narrated by Eve Passeltiner
7 hours, 49 minutes
A dream sometimes comes at great cost.
Betrothed in a sensible match, even if the man isn’t the love she’s always imagined, Sarah McNeal relies on the advice her late grandmother gave as well as her own common sense. Dreams of a mysterious European count who rides in and sweeps her off her feet are the stuff of girlhood. And she’s a woman now. But when her fiancé’s older brother, Jeremiah, returns to Boulder Creek, he unknowingly awakens that discarded dream.
Nine years ago, Jeremiah West lost his wife and newborn son in an epidemic, and he’s been wandering ever since. A survivor of the Spanish-American War, he finally returns to Boulder Creek to settle on the farm he inherited from his father, an inheritance his younger brother still begrudges.
When a blizzard threatens Sarah’s life—and her reputation—Jeremiah is there to rescue her. But the pain of his past remains a stumbling block. Then fate brings Jeremiah and Sarah to a crossroads, and love demands a decision that will change the course of their lives.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Best-selling novelist Robin Lee Hatcher, author of over 80 books, is known for heartwarming and emotionally charged stories of faith, courage, and love. Robin is an 11-time finalist and 2-time winner of the prestigious RITA® Award. She has received Lifetime Achievement Awards from both Romance Writers of America® and American Christian Fiction Writers. Robin enjoys being with her family, spending time in the beautiful Idaho outdoors, Bible art journaling, and reading books that make her cry.
ABOUT THE NARRATOR
Eve Passeltiner has been acting all her life. She grew up on the west side of Manhattan, performing on stage in New York, New England and out west. Now she calls Montana home. You could say the West, in any form, is in her blood. As a narrator, Eve has been part of an Earphone Award-winning production, and Audie- and Independent Audiobook Award-nominated productions. Eve gravitates toward telling stories of strong women with hearts and smarts, whether a scientist, pioneer, artist or chef.