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Available for the first time in over a decade, two classic Dorothy Garlock romances - AMBER-­EYED MAN and THE PLANTING SEASON - are coming back into print in an irresistible two-­in-­one volume. AMBER-­EYED MAN:­When chance forces Meredith Moore to seek refuge at Ward Sanderson's Mexican estate, she thinks the worst is behind her. But her host, magnetic and mysterious, is alternately cold, then kind.­Winning the trust of Ward's small daughter and invalid bother, Meredith discovers the warmth that she, a foster child, never knew. Yet is it Ward's love she craves, and the passion smoldering in the depths of his amber eyes...­THE PLANTING SEASON:­Iris Ouverson had poured her energies into the family farm she cultivated with her sister, and the appearance of John Lang was unexpected-­and infuriating. Suddenly the land was theirs to share, an idea she couldn't accept. But John was was determined to prove his dedication to the farm and his feelings for Iris. But when disaster struck the farm, . . .

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The "Voice of America's Heartland,­" national bestselling author Dorothy Garlock, delivers the second novel in her evocative, Depression-­era trilogy.­Ernie Harding may have stolen Margie Kinnard's savings, but he didn't shatter her dreams of going to California to become a movie star. Help arrives from an unexpected source: Margie's long lost father.

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Katy knows that she, her sister and her niece are the only people left in this desolate Montana ghost town. Then a stranger rides into the empty main street, bringing a scheme to bring the town back to life, and some personal plans for Katy.

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The bestselling author of Lonesome River and Dream River creates her most compelling love story to date. In this final novel of the Wabash Trilogy, a bold young woman must overcome the harsh reality of the frontier before she can dare to love.

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