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Harp on the Willow
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Release Date: February 2018
Page Count: 304
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Binding: Perfectbound
ISBN: 978-0-7369-2067-4
Case Lot Quantity: 36
Series: 1

Harp on the Willow

By BJ Hoff

Love is patient and kind…1 Corinthians 13:4

West Virginia, 1869

Three years ago, Dr. Daniel Kavanagh settled down in the quaint town of Mount Laurel and established a medical practice there. The single doctor has been nursing an unrequited crush on Serena Norman, the local schoolteacher.

Just down the road lies the coal mining town of Owenduffy, considered by most in Mount Laurel to be a backwoods hamlet. When the mine company’s doctor abandons his post, Daniel agrees to visit one day a week, much to the consternation of his fellow residents, including his secret love, Serena.

Addie Rose, the daughter of an Owenduffy coal miner, has a gift for caring for others. When a receptionist position in Daniel’s office suddenly becomes available, what windows of opportunity will God open for Addie Rose—just a job, a possible career as a nurse, or maybe something more?

Harp on the Willow is a touching tale of true love, the kind that can only come from a Savior who first loved us.

Meet the author

BJ Hoff

BJ Hoff

BJ Hoff’ s bestselling historical novels continue to cross the boundaries of religion, language, and culture to capture a worldwide reading audience. Her books include Song of Erin and American Anthem and such popular series as The Riverhaven Years, The Mountain Song Legacy, and The Emerald Ballad. Hoff’ s stories, although set in the past,...

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Editorial Reviews

“Hoff’s enjoyable historical romance strikingly displays the murky water of class differences and the challenges of life for immigrants through the ethical eyes of Dr. Kavanagh.”
—Publisher’s Weekly

“Hoff does a marvelous job of pointing out how in taking care of others we often forget to take care of ourselves.”
Christian MARKET

“Set in 1869, this Christian novel follows Dr. David Kavanagh to a small West Virginia town.”
–Appalachian Mountain Books

“BJ Hoff has crafted a pleasant novel that is perfect to enjoy while sipping tea or munching popcorn on a snowy afternoon.”

“[A] story about a small-town doctor, his medical practice and the two women he's interested in who couldn't be more different… I would recommend this story if you like historical fiction.”


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