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Legacy of Love

By Christine Johnson


A Midwestern Cinderella

She dreamed of digging through ancient ruins--but the only exploring Anna Simmons gets to do is in the expensive houses she cleans in Pearlman, Michigan. When Brandon Landers hires her, she's unsure whether to be furious or thrilled. He evicted Anna and her ailing mother, but she's heard rumors of hidden treasure on his land. Treasure Anna decides to find. Not just for herself, but for her new employer whose unexpected kindness has softened her heart.

Physically and spiritually wounded in the Great War, Brandon knows not to hope for the impossible--like buried riches or Anna's love. Is there still time for them to learn that the only treasure they need is a lifetime together?

Book Takeaway:

The best treasure is those we love.

Why the author wrote this book:

I love archaeology, and 90 years ago Howard Carter discovered King Tutankhamun's tomb. The heroine is an adventure-seeking woman with little to no hope of ever going to Egypt, yet she still finds a way to pursue her dream. That kind of optimismistic turning of unfortunate circumstance into a positive result fascinates me.


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