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Hope's Highway (Paperback)

Author:  Dorothy Garlock
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0446611697
ISBN-13: 9780446611695
Sku: 36272657
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Pages:  435
Age Range:  NA
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The "Voice of America's Heartland" delivers the second novel in her Depression-era trilogy that celebrates the fabled Route 66. Ernie Harding may have stolen Margie Kinnard's savings, but he doesn't shatter her dreams of going to California to become a movie star.
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Abandoned by Ernie Harding, who steals her life's savings, Margie Kinnard continues her pursuit of her dream of becoming a movie star, with the help of her long-lost father, but her Hollywood goals could be sidetracked by the reappearance of Ernie, the death of her father, and Brady Hoyt, the handsome rancher who has taken on the role of her protector. Reprint.
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Left high and dry when her good-for-nothing boyfriend dumps her and takes off with her money, 23-year-old Margie Kinnard heads west with her estranged father, Elmer, to start life over again. As they travel, Margie reconnects with her father and finds a potential new love interest in the form of a handsome cowboy named Brady Hoyt. Set during the Great Depression, this is the second book in Dorothy Garlock's Route 66 trilogy.
Author Bio
Dorothy Garlock
A former journalist, Dorothy Garlock is the author of several popular romance novels. Although Garlock began her career writing contemporary romantic novels, she has found her greatest success in creating historical romances, many of which are set in America during the frontier period and during the Great Depression. She was named Outstanding Western Writer by Romantic Times magazine in 1986.
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Product attributeeBooks:   Kobo
Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0435
Product attributePublisher:   Warner Books
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