Finding his Heart’s Destination by Aurora Hanson
Ever since her mother’s death, Charlotte’s days have been occasionally rough, but she has always been a ray of sunshine, as well as a pillar of support for her family. Having learned to embrace life with its ups and downs, she remains optimistic, even when the man she is growing fond of, disappears. Still lost in her thoughts, she will be pleasantly surprised as a peculiar but handsome doctor arrives in her hometown, Big Sky. The very same night, her father becomes severely ill and without hesitation, Charlotte asks for the doctor’s advice. While he cures her father, she falls utterly in love with him, enchanted by his intelligence and confidence. However, reality will once again rear its ugly head, putting Charlotte at risk, when someone close to her plots against her. Will she manage to escape a predetermined fate with the help of the man who speaks to her heart?
Since August lost his parents to cholera, he has been traveling from town to town to treat as many people as he can. During his stay in the town of Big Sky, he allows himself to be seized by emotions for the first time when he meets Charlotte. He has no desire to settle down and deviate from his route, but he can’t ignore what is written in the stars. From the moment that she suddenly appears at his door, pleading for his help, a new path is set for August. Captivated by her beauty and kindness, he will have to rethink the world and his place in it. Could she be the home he’s secretly needed all these years?
Sparkles of love start appearing between Charlotte and August, even though none of them is ready to admit them. Will August find the courage to change his whole life in order to stay with Charlotte? Is she really ready to give love a second chance or will her ego destroy her happiness?
"Finding his Heart's Destination" is a historical western romance novel of approximately 80,000 words. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.
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