Free eBook Heart of Gold download

by Robin Lee Hatcher

Free eBook Heart of Gold download ISBN: 1595544887
Author: Robin Lee Hatcher
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers; Original edition (January 26, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 306
Category: Books for Christians
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
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Robin Lee Hatcher has done it again! Heart of Gold is an incredible story of deep conviction and spiritual growth, all blended with romance and a touch of sassy heroine thrown in for good measure.

Robin Lee Hatcher has done it again! Heart of Gold is an incredible story of deep conviction and spiritual growth, all blended with romance and a touch of sassy heroine thrown in for good measure. I could hardly put it down and found myself longing for more when the story drew to an end. -tracie peterson, best-selling author of the song of alaska and striking a match series. Thoroughly enjoyable and sprinkled with delightful sigh-worthy moments, Heart of Gold explores what it means to not only love from the heart, but to see others-and love them-with the heart of Christ.

Robin Lee Hatcher is the author of 80 novels and novellas with over five million copies of her books in print. She is known for her heartwarming and emotionally charged stories of faith, courage, and love. Her numerous awards include the RITA Award, the Carol Award, the Christy Award, the HOLT Medallion, the National Reader’s Choice Award, and the Faith, Hope & Love Reader’s Choice Award. Robin is also the recipient of prestigious Lifetime Achievement Awards from both American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America.

Thank the Lord for such a beautiful afternoon, the reverend said, his eyes lifted heavenward. He was right, of course. It was a beautiful day. The air was warm, the fresh scent of pine surrounding. them as the buggy carried them south from Grand Coeur on their way to the Crawford ranch. It surprised Shannon a little, the way she felt about the passing countryside. She hadn’t thought any of it nearly as pretty on the day the stage had delivered them into town over a month before. She’d found only things to criticize then.

The truest treasure is found deep in the heart. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. Back in her beloved Virginia, Shannon Adair loved nursing injured soldiers back to health.

I don't anticipate getting more of Robin Lee Hatcher's books for that reason. While I like a good clean escape novel, I don't really like reading the same thing over and over

The truest treasure is found deep in the heart. I don't anticipate getting more of Robin Lee Hatcher's books for that reason. While I like a good clean escape novel, I don't really like reading the same thing over and over.

Robin is the author of over 75 novels & novellas. I'd love to have you join me there. I'm busy finishing revisions on my next book, so I don't anticipate posting much until that is done. However, I think it's time to get the group off the ground. 4 January at 01:05 ·.

About the Author This was the first book by Robin Lee Hatcher that I have read, and I must say that I will be reading more of her books.

Bestselling novelist Robin Lee Hatcher, author of more than 75 books, is known for her heartwarming and emotionally charged stories of faith, courage, and love. Robin is an eleven-time finalist and two-time winner of the prestigious RITA Award. This was the first book by Robin Lee Hatcher that I have read, and I must say that I will be reading more of her books. About halfway through this book, I thought that the plot was very predictable; however, Ms. Hatcher surprised me with how the plot developed in the second half. Truly all things work for good!

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by Robin Lee Hatcher. The truest treasure is found deep in the heart. Back in her beloved Virginia, Shannon Adair loved nursing injured soldiers back to health

by Robin Lee Hatcher. Select Format: Hardcover. But in Grand Coeur, Idaho-the rough-and-tumble place where her father has been called to lead the church-she's not sure where she fits in. Then a critically ill woman arrives, and Shannon knows her place at last: to care for this dear woman and ease her pain.

The truest treasure is found deep in the heart.

Back in her beloved Virginia, Shannon Adair loved nursing injured soldiers back to health. But in Grand Coeur, Idaho-the rough-and-tumble place where her father has been called to lead the church-she's not sure where she fits in. Then a critically ill woman arrives, and Shannon knows her place at last: to care for this dear woman and ease her pain.

Matthew Dubois is the fastest and most reliable stagecoach driver on Wells Fargo's payroll. But his widowed sister is dying and he's about to inherit his young nephew. So he takes a job at the Wells Fargo express office in Grand Coeur until he can find the one thing he needs to get back to driving: a wife to care for the boy.

What neither of them knows is that God is at work behind the scenes-and is lovingly bringing them together to discover the true desires of their hearts.

User reviews
Hi_Jacker
This was a darling story of how the Lord can change our hearts and minds for our good. Matthew and Shannon are opposites it seems in their wants and needs. Matthews widowed sister is sick and needs a place to rest for herself and son, so Matthew stops driving the Wells Fargo stage and works in the office instead bringing them all to the Idaho territory. Shannon's widowed father is a reverend and feels the call to serve in the Idaho territory, which brings the two families together in gold country away from the civil war. This is where their lives come together building a romance and love. It's also where robberies murder and crime come mostly because of the gold. This all helps make a great and intriguing story.
FEISKO
A wonderful story. Things don't always go like we plan. The heroine in this story doesn't like her new home and is a little snooty in the beginning. But life has a way of changing the outcome. The hero, Matt, faces responsibility he's not prepared for. A good solid man that also learns he has more to give than he thinks.
Winawel
This book is excelllent where there is definitely heartbreak, you don't feel like the book is so negative. It was a joy to read, it makes one really think about am I like Shannon is to begin with ... a bit shallow and thinking of herself first? That is certainly not God's intention ... and as a Pastor's daughter ... Shannon knew that and she was continually trying to do better. Fortunately, she was able to grow spirtually throughout this book and become a young woman you could really respect.

Shannon went west completely against her wishes to be with her father (which was her choice) as he felt like he was called to Idaho to spread the word of God. There she meets Matthew who has for many years been a Wells Fargo driver and loved every minute of it, but finds himself having to take some time in the office as he has found himself in the unique position of needing to take care of his widowed sister, Alice and his nephew, Todd. He hasn't seen Alice for many years and when she finally gets there he soon realizes she is dying of cancer and soon. She wants to leave Todd in the care of his only uncle, Matthew. Matthew doesn't know what he is going to do ... but Alice soon has a plan ... he could marry Shannon. Shannon starts helping out as a nurse for Alice, as she did help many of the injured soldiers in Virginia fighting for the South in the Civil War. Shannon finds Matthew totally uninteresting how could he NOT have an opinion of who is right in the fight of the Civil War and then there is the livery stable owner that is in the mix ... all makes for another very enjoyable read by Robin Lee Hatcher.
adventure time
This story really flowed for me and I was able to really connect with the characters. Shannon Adair has traveled to Idaho Territory with her father, a reverend. She is not happy to have left her home in Virginia, which is currently embroiled in the battles taking place during the war between the states.

Matthew Dubois has also recently moved to this gold-mining town and has been joined by his dying sister and her young son. Shannon starts filling the need of nurse to Matthew’s sister and although these people come from different backgrounds, on opposite sides of the war, deep feelings begin to develop.

I really enjoyed these characters and the setting for the story. There was a little action and adventure in the story, a sweet romance, some sadness and heartache, and God’s providence throughout the story. I am so glad to have read this.
Naril
this was a really calming book to me. not that it was boring, it just was more peaceful than most of the romances I read recently. I needed a break from the considerable upheaval and heavy drama involved in most of books I read whether it is historical Europe, U.S., paranormal or contemporary romance. this was a nice change. not that there weren't troubles aplenty, sickness, nasty competing gents, bad guys lurking, they were just not quite as totally evil as so many. the romance developed at a more leisurely untraumatic pace, with only some not too steep bumps along the way. if you like westerns and are ready for something less super highs and super lows and tears and hysteria, this should be on your list.
Vijora
<strong>Heart of Gold</strong> by Robin Lee Hatcher was an incredible read. Set in Idaho during the Civil War, this book chronicles the life of Shannon Adair after she moves from war-torn Virginia to Idaho with her father, a minister. While living in Virginia, she was a battlefield nurse. In Idaho she is asked to nurse the sister of a former Wells, Fargo driver/messenger while looking after the sister's son. This is one of those romances that sneaks up on you while spinning a good tale. Two men seek Shannon's attention: Matthew Dubois, the Wells, Fargo messenger; and Joe Burkette, the livery owner. Shannon cannot help but be flattered by Joe's attentions, but her heart pulls her toward Matthew.

I truly enjoyed this book and devoured it in two evenings. It was just the right amount of humor, drama, mystery, and romance for me. Great Work, Robin.
Invissibale
I had to go back to my Kindle to review this as it had been awhile since I read it. A minister and his pretty daughter go West to escape the unrest beginning in their city due to the war. At first put out by the ruggedness of her new little town, Shannon learns to adapt to her new surroundings and in the process grows into a nurturing, caring young woman. Of course, there is a ruggedly handsome man to go with this town, so it's a little predictable with few surprises. However, it kept my interest until the very end, apparently, because when I went back to look at my Kindle to review the book, I found I had read every word the author wrote at the end in her Note to Readers. I did enjoy this book.