Although she's at the center of New York society, Dora Porter still feels there's something missing in her life. But a textile mill wasn't what she had in mind. When she learns her father has purchased a Southern mill for her, she is upset.and faced with a difficult decision: either she assumes ownership or loses her inheritance.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 176 Vendor: Steeple Hill Books Publication Date: 2013
Irene Brands first inspirational romance was published in 1984, and she now has more than 40 titles, approximately 2 million copies, in print, including four non-fiction books. Her current publishers are Steeple Hill (Love Inspired) and Barbour Publishing; however, her first romances were published by Thomas Nelson Publishers, Zondervan, Fleming Revel, and Kregel. Irene, and her husband, Rod, live in West Virginia,