To Love and Cherish

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To Love and Cherish

By Tracie Peterson; Judith Miller

Bethany House Publishers, Paperback, 9780764208874, 346pp.

Publication Date: August 1, 2012

Description
A Story of Romance and Intrigue on a Beautiful Island Resort, From Two Bestselling Authors
When Melinda Colson's employer announces they'll be leaving Bridal Veil Island to return to their home in Cleveland, Melinda hopes her beau, Evan, will propose. But Evan isn't prepared to make an offer of marriage until he knows he can support a wife and family. Evan works as the assistant gamekeeper on Bridal Veil but hopes to be promoted soon.
Letters strengthen their love, but Melinda remains frustrated at being apart from the man she wants to spend the rest of her life with. Then she learns of a devastating hurricane in Bridal Veil and knows she must give up her position as a lady's maid and make her way back to Evan.
The destruction on Bridal Veil is extensive, meaning every available person is needed to help with cleanup and repairs. Melinda finds a new job on the island, but Evan seems even busier than before, meaning she still never gets to see him. Has she given her heart to the wrong man?
And when Melinda overhears a vicious plot against President McKinley, who is scheduled to visit the island, is Evan the one she should turn to? Will Melinda and Evan ever get the chance to stand at the front of a church and promise "to love and cherish"?


About the Author
Tracie Peterson is the award-winning, bestselling author of over one hundred books, including the Bells of Lowell series, the Brides of Seattle series, and the Heirs of Montana series. She was awarded the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from American Christian Fiction Writers. Tracie lives in Montana.

Judith Miller, a correspondent for "The New York Times" since 1977, was Cairo Bureau Chief from 1983 to 1986 and later the "Times'"s special correspondent to the Gulf War. Miller is the author of "One, by One, by One" and co-author if the bestselling "Saddam Hussein and the Crisis in the Gulf." She lives in New York City.