"Beautiful romance that has become a classic"
During a nasty storm off Lake Superior, nurse midwife Kate
Morgan breaks her ankle. Barely able to walk while trees
come crashing down near her, she gingerly limps into a
stranger. He surprises her by easily lifting her and her
heavy bag and carries her to safety in his cabin. Kate's
ankle is broken.
As she rests in his cabin, she notices how Sam Reese her
savior keeps giving her odd glances as if he finds her
attractive. Kate has never had a male in Bourner's
Crossing, Michigan look at her like Sam does when he
thinks she is not observing him. In fact the townsfolk
especially her five younger siblings think of Kate as
everyone's dependable big sister healer. Over the next
few days Kate offers friendship, but Sam the recluse seems
to want to say no. However, he cannot control his growing
attraction to her that she reciprocates. Sam came to hide
and heal, but to Kate his behavior is not that of a hermit
as he appears to always provide a helping hand to everyone
even as weird happenings are occurring in this Upper
Peninsular town as if love is causing MIRACLES.
This is a reprint of a great inspirational romance
released in 1990 and still as powerful, beautiful and as
original as ever. The story line is character driven as
Sam and Kate find needed healing nurturing one another.
The support cast brings out the isolation and beauty of
the area and insight into Kate's character and indirectly
Sam's as well. Readers will appreciate this warm tale
that answers the question Do You Believe in Miracles?
Readers will answer with an astounding yes.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 23, 2003