It takes dedication and hard work to run a farm, and Susan Rhinehart can attest to that since every morning she rises before dawn at the lively persistence of her rooster’s crowing. With the death of her parent’s, over a year ago, Susan is more determined than ever to keep the family farm going, along with her companion, a Labrador retriever named Katie.
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When a reader contacts local newspaper The Crow to report a rare sighting of the Boreal or so-called 'Funeral' owl, the paper's editor Philip Dryden has a sense of foreboding. For the Funeral Owl is said to be an omen of death. It's already proving to be one of the most eventful weeks in The Crow's history. The body of a Chinese man has been…
You’ve got to get your hands dirty when you’re a farmer and Jesse Irvine has recently committed to doing so. Unsatisfied with the lifestyle he’s been accustom to, this bookkeeper is longing for a significant change in his life, and on impulse he responds to a local ad for a mail order husband who’s willing to help on a Colorado farm.
Seeds of love are being planted on a Colorado farm, but will love grow and blossom between a rebel bookkeeper and a devoted farm girl as they are forced to weather the storm of an emotional past?