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Aurora of North Manitou Island

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The new iron-smelting town of Fayette, Michigan held no promise for sixteen-year-old Lavinia McAdams. The moment she arrived, she took as instant disliking to its muddy streets, acrid smoke, and dirty furnace men. The sooner she could return to her hometown in Canada, the better. Then Huck Harrigan came along to challenge her thinking and soften her iron will. Could she ...more
Paperback, 277 pages
Published January 1st 1993 by Bigwater Publishing
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Author: Donna Winters
Publisher: Big Water Publishing
April 1993
ISBN: 0-923048-81-2
Genre: historical romance

Aurora loved Harrison, but when he didn’t show up with the preacher on their wedding day, she knew he was dead. Luckily he wasn’t, but he’d been badly injured in a boating accident. When the weather calmed, some friends took Aurora to Harrison, but he refused to marry her, thinking that he’d never be more than half a man.

Aurora was stubborn and refused t
After an unfortunate accident that happened on the day they were to be married, Aurora and Harrison were finally married. What should have been the start of a happy life together ended up being trials of pain and suffering. Harrison was worried that he would turn into a drunk, like his grandfather, and Aurora became his nurse-maid. After long months, Harrison's leg was healed, as well as the tension between them, and he was able to continue his duties as Asst Light Keeper on North Manitou ...more
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Donna moved to Michigan in 1971 when she married and left her hometown of Brockport, New York. She began penning novels in 1982 while working full time for an electronics firm in Grand Rapids.
She resigned from her job in 1984 following a contract offer for her first book. Since then, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Zondervan Publishing House, Guideposts, and Bigwater Publishing have published her novel
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