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Hidden Prospects

Millie Pritchett harbors a decades old secret that has kept her a spinster well into her late thirties. Because of the pain of her past mistakes, she has taken on a shy personality to protect her heart. When her father remarries and sends her away, she goes to Prescott, the town where her only friend lives. She never expected she would end up working for such an attractive business man. As her heart begins to hope for the future, she must keep her past from destroying it.

After years of supporting his mother and siblings, Paul Lancaster now has his independence. He splits his time between his placer mine and the boardinghouse he built for his mother. When a spinster comes to town to visit a friend, he wonders if she could be the love he has waited so long to find. In the midst of it all, his life turns upside down and he stands to lose both of his businesses.


Will the secrets of their pasts keep them from finding the hidden prospect of new love?



Many things are woven into this novel that form an incredible experience. A woman seeking a better life for children and herself, a young boy learning to live without his father... The Colter and Larson family and friends show us that things are not promised to be easy in life that struggles and hardships to occur but that we are not alone. Intricately woven in this saga, is that God never leaves us and is always with us through good times and sad times as well as difficult times. 


A very moving story of trials in the unexpected places as they traveled. The characters were living during the Indian uprising of the Apache killing off whole families around the mining country. A must read for those who enjoy historical romance kindle books from Amazon at a special price. I fully enjoyed the entire book from beginning to end. A great way for those who have waited for real love in the end.


Gave five stars and would have given more if available.....this was such a beautiful love story of love, hardships & forgiveness. The author, Karen Baney, is to be commended for such a wonderful story. 

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