The summer of 1883 was one that Edeline Trinidad knew she would not forget. When her dream of travelling is finally granted by her parents, she sets out from her small town in Nova Scotia towards New Glasgow- until she wakes up on the train to find herself hundreds of miles past her destination.
On the other hand, young Charlie Harrington should be happy. After the death of his father, he inherited the family business, and the company of two sorrowful widows- his mother and his sister. Busied with work and caring for his family, he hardly has time to socialise, much less sit and appreciate the beautiful vineyard which he too inherited.
All it took was an accidental mix up of tickets for Edeline to find herself in the great, welcoming community of Weaverton, a thriving town at the edge of the great Canadian province, home to none other than Charlie Harrington.
In a variety of ice cream, medicine, and runaway sheep, Edeline finds her life tangled with none other than Charlie's. But when obstacles come in the way, with heartbreak and her family begging her to come home, there is more than just a blossoming romance at stake.
All that is left to be said is that things are much more complicated than what appears to the eye. . .
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COMPLETED - [ 6. 20. 16. ]
Cover and trailer by myself
[ #7 Historical Fiction, 9/29/16 ]