Grandmothers know bestabespecially these three grandmothers, all soldiers' brides. Their generation lived through war and peace, good times and bad, love and loss. 5-B Poppy Lane by Debbie Macomber All her life, Ruth Shelton has loved visiting her grandmother in Cedar Cove, Washington. Now Ruth comes to ask advice about her own romance with a soldieraand discovers a secret in her grandmother's past. The Apple Orchard by Katherine Stone Clara MacKenzie's granddaughter Elizabeth arrives at Clara's Oregon farm needing comfort. That's exactly what Clara offersaand so does a childhood friend named Nick Lawton. But Nick wants to offer Elizabeth more than comfort. More than friendshipab Liberty Hall by Lois Faye Dyer When Professor Chloe Abbott finds herself caught up in a troublesome mystery, she turns to her grandmother. She needs Winifred's expertise as a wartime code breaker. She doesn't need suggestions about her love lifeaall of which involve ex-marine Jake Morrissey!Winifred nodded abruptly. aThen I was right. Whoever wrote the essay used the World War II code based on the Navajo language.a aSo youa#39;re saying a Navajo wrote the essay?a aNot necessarily. The code was never broken during the war andanbsp;...
|Author||:||Debbie Macomber, Katherine Stone, Lois Faye Dyer|
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2012-06-15|