Seasons of the HeartBook - 2008
"Let your heart be stirred anew. Filled with hope, occasional tragedy, and scenes that provoke laughter as well as tears, Seasons of the Heart will keep you entranced while you follow young Swedish immigrant Anna Svensen through her late teens and early twenties as she searches for love and independence. Set in the 1880s, Seasons of the Heart depicts how hard love and life actually were on the Kansas frontier. Anna struggles with anger and disappointment as her family fights to keep their small Knasas homestead amid financial troubles. In her quest to help her parents, Anna travels to Kansas City to work as the companion of a difficult and grieving woman, Patricia Smith. While there, Anna finds herself falling in love with Patricia's son, a man who is not socially and economically out of her reach, but also engaged to be married. Truly touching, Seasons of the Heart is a must-read for anyone who loves a good love story!"--From publisher description.
Publisher: Mobile, Ala. : Parson Place Press, 2008
Branch Call Number: FICTION Stratton
Characteristics: 233 p ; 23 cm