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Scent of Heather

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While visiting Great Britain, romantic Jessamyn can't believe that two men want to share her future with her. Handsome Peter, the tour guide, is the epitome of the English gentleman, while American professor Graham is eminently pragmatic, even a little abrupt like his Scottish ancestors. A romance that will capture the hearts and imaginations of Christian fiction readers.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 1st 1993 by Fleming H. Revell Company (first published March 28th 1985)
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Jun 02, 2015 Heather rated it really liked it
"I have read this previously. It is definitely mainly a romance, but the main character is Christian so it stays clean and even has some good, moving passages where the main character grows spiritually.

"Plot summary: Jessamyn is invited to England by her aunt, which is a dream-come-true. While on the trip, she meets two young men: handsome and "picture perfect" Peter Fortnay and unpredictable Graham. Peter is rich, handsome, and everything a girl could wish for, but 'her heart is strangely leadi
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Jane Johnson Peart of Asheville, North Carolina, Humboldt and Marin counties, California, and in recent years, Hawaii, passed away in 2007. She was the author of more than 60 works of suspense, historical fiction and romance, which touched the hearts and minds of thousands of readers whose correspondence she treasured. She wrote for the secular and Christian market, and is best known for the ...more
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