Book I of the Behind the Ranges series.

When newly widowed Hattie Rommel chooses a second husband, she doesn't expect him to fulfill her most secret dreams. She just wants him to take her to Oregon. Emmet Lachlan marries Hattie with the understanding that he will be free to leave her behind, once she is safely in Oregon. He is a wandering man, not a settling-down farmer. Then an old trapper bequeaths them a map to a valley where gold lies on the ground for the taking.

While Emmet and Hattie gather the gold, they also discover each other. Even lost in love's magic, they both know it cannot last. An attack by murderous renegades forces them to flee across untamed mountains to the hidden valley Hattie calls Cherry Vale. In the home she's always longed for, Emmet discovers a peace he's never sought. But they soon must resume their interrupted journey. Can Hattie leave the only place that's ever felt like home? And if she does, will Emmet give up looking for what's on the far side of the hill?

Also available in trade paperback (ISBN 1587491621), published January 2002.


The Queen of Cherry Vale has not yet been reviewed.

(Notify me via e-mail when this book is reviewed.)


The Queen of Cherry Vale
by Judith B. Glad

January 1, 2000
ISBN #1928670865
248 pages
Add to Shopping List
Order from Amazon

Other Books by
Judith B. Glad

The Lost Baroness
Knight In a Black Hat
Never the Twain
Improbable Solution
Improbable Solution
Ice Princess
Solomon's Decision
Noble Savage
The Duchess of Ophir Creek

EBook Isle Bookstore hosted by Fresh Fiction