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Harts Hollow Farm For Some Folks In Small Town Georgia, Hart S Hollow Farm Has Seen Better Days But For The Hart Family Matriarch, It S A Home Worth Fighting For From The Moment Kristen Daniels Arrives At Hart S Hollow, The Place Speaks To Her Soul So When Seventy Three Year Old Emmy Hart Asks Kristen To Help Return The Farm To Its Former Glory, Kristen Accepts Despite Her Fears About Getting Involved With Emmy Or The Two Kids In Emmy S Care Then There S The Matter Of Emmy S Ruggedly Handsome Grandson, Who Stirs Feelings Kristen Believed Were Long GoneWhen Mitch Hart Left Home At Age Eighteen, He Thought He D Kicked The Red Dust Off His Boots Forever But He S Haunted By His Violent Upbringing And The Loss Of The Sister He Couldn T Save Now He S Determined To See His Orphaned Niece And Nephew Settled In A Better Life Emmy S Ideas About Saving The Farm Only Convince Mitch That His Grandmother Is As Crazy As Everyone In Town Suspects Everyone Except The Beauty Helping Her Sow The Land Something About Kristen S Spirit Has Mitch Sticking Around And Wondering If He S Gone A Little Crazy Himself Because Suddenly He S Hoping He Might Just Find Happiness In The Very Place He Left BehindPraise For Refuge Cove Diverse And Compelling Characters Share The Page With Alaska S Gorgeous Landscape, And This Love Story Is Sweet With Just A Dash Of SpiceRT Book Reviews Stars

About the Author: Janet Dailey

Janet Anne Haradon Dailey was an American author of numerous romance novels as Janet Dailey her married name Her novels have been translated into nineteen languages and have sold over 300 million copies worldwide.Born in 1944 in Storm Lake, Iowa, she attended secretarial school in Omaha, Nebraska before meeting her husband, Bill Bill and Janet worked together in construction and la

10 thoughts on “Harts Hollow Farm

  1. says:

    Really enjoyed this light read It did hit on dementia so there was a little sadness, but mostly it was a feel good book

  2. says:

    This book has some cringe worthy cliches Technophobia surrounding cell phones and youth A character with a vague well paying city job who can conveniently take a leave and has enough savings to make sure that the other characters never actually feel the full ramifications of poverty A romantic and dramatic look at the effects of trauma that moves the plot forward without grappling with the nee

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