Although she’s at the center of New York society, Dora Porter still
feels there’s something missing in her life. But a textile mill wasn’t
what she had in mind. When she learns her father has purchased a
Southern mill for her, she is upset…and faced with a difficult decision:
either she assumes ownership or loses her inheritance.

Allen
Bolden never pictured himself with a wife until he aids injured Dora in
the mountains near the Biltmore Estate. As a teenager he left his
parents’ strained marriage behind and settled down to permanent
bachelorhood. Now he can’t wrest his thoughts from Dora’s pretty face.

Desperate
to make a success of her business venture, Dora requests Allen’s
advice, but their positions are as incompatible as oil and water. Can
they find a solution together before disaster strikes the mill and
their relationship?

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About The Author

Before she became a full-time writer, Irene Brand taught for 23 years in public schools. Now with a writing career spanning three decades, Irene has published some 50 books, won numerous awards and sold more than two million copies. Irene is an active member of her church and is affiliated with several writing organizations. She is a lifelong resident of West Virginia, where she lives with her husband.

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