Heart of a Dove, 1


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$18.95  $17.43
Central Avenue Publishing
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5.51 X 8.5 X 0.75 inches | 0.94 pounds
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About the Author

Abbie Williams writes passionate, emotional fiction about relationships, heartache, and redemption. Fans refer to her writing as fabulous and heartbreakingly realistic." The author of more than a dozen novels, Abbie lives in rural Minnesota with her husband and their busy family. Her abiding interest in women's issues, family dynamics, and nineteenth century history permeates her writing. Heart of a Dove is the first book in The Dove Saga, a sweeping post-Civil War trilogy. Be sure to also read Abbie's Shore Leave Cafe Romance series, a nine-book saga about the lives and loves of a family of women who live on a Minnesota lake. The story continues in her most recent novel, A Place to Belong. When Abbie isn't writing, teaching, or taking care of her busy family, you can find her hanging out on the dock, listening to some good bluegrass music. The Dove Saga1. Heart of a Dove2. Soul of a Crow3. Grace of a Hawk A Shore Leave Cafe Romance1. Summer at the Shore Leave Cafe2. Second Chances3. A Notion of Love4. Winter at the White Oaks Lodge5. Wild Flower6. The First Law of Love7. Until Tomorrow8. The Way Back9. Return to Yesterday A Place to Belong


"Set just after the U.S. Civil War, this passionate opening volume of a projected series successfully melds historical narrative, women's issues, and breathless romance with horsewomanship, trailside deer-gutting, and alluring smidgeons of Celtic ESP." --Publishers Weekly
"There is a lot I liked about this book. It didn't pull punches, it feels period, it was filled with memorable characters and at times lovely descriptions and language. Even though there is a sequel coming, this book feels complete." --Dear Author

"With a sweet romance, good natured camaraderie, and a very real element of danger, this book is hard to put down." --San Francisco Book Review