The Lumberjack's Lady

The Lumberjack s Lady Letitia Hunter works as a clerk at her father s lumber company but her place in society is well established When an intriguing French lumberjack comes to work in the office alongside her Letitia kno

  • Title: The Lumberjack's Lady
  • Author: Susan Page Davis
  • ISBN: 9781597895873
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Letitia Hunter works as a clerk at her father s lumber company, but her place in society is well established When an intriguing French lumberjack comes to work in the office alongside her, Letitia knows she cannot allow the feelings he stirs within her Her father would never consider him an eligible suitor From the moment Etienne rescued the boss s lovely young daughterLetitia Hunter works as a clerk at her father s lumber company, but her place in society is well established When an intriguing French lumberjack comes to work in the office alongside her, Letitia knows she cannot allow the feelings he stirs within her Her father would never consider him an eligible suitor From the moment Etienne rescued the boss s lovely young daughter from drowning in a frozen lake, he has not been able to put her out of his mind Working with her only complicates things Yet his feelings for her are so strong Can he overcome prejudice and prove his worth both as an employee and as a man

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    About “Susan Page Davis

    • Susan Page Davis

      FROM AUTHOR S WEBSITE I m a native of central Maine, and grew up on a small farm with a wonderful mom and dad, three sisters and a brother Most of my books take place in small towns, many of them in Maine My husband, Jim, and I moved to his birth state, Oregon, for a while after we were married, but decided to move back to Maine and be near my family It allowed our six children to grow up feeling close to their cousins and grandparents, and some of Jim s family have even moved to Maine Our children are all home schooled When Jim retired from his vocation as an editor at a daily newspaper, we moved from Maine to Kentucky.I ve always loved reading, history, and horses These things come together in several of my historical books Another longtime hobby of mine is genealogy, which has led me down many fascinating paths I m proud to be a DAR member Some of Jim s and my quirkier ancestors have inspired fictional characters For many years I worked for the Central Maine Morning Sentinel as a freelancer This experience was a great help in developing fictional characters and writing realistic scenes I also published nonfiction articles in several magazines and had several short stories appear in Woman s World, Grit, and Alfred Hitchcock s Mystery Magazine.



    756 thoughts on “The Lumberjack's Lady

    • THis was a pleasant read but not overly adventurous. I wish the lumberjack stayed in the woods, I liked his character better as a woodsman. Nice, but not too memorable.


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