A young couple falls on hard times when the man is accused of murdering his cousin after he makes a claim on their uncle's fortune. Together, they must uncover the truth to save their relationship and repair his name.
Louise Harris is a bright and beautiful young woman. She's being courted by Luke de Mountford, the purported heir to his uncle's fortune. While the couple plans to marry, their future is threated by the arrival of Philip de Mountford, Luke's cousin. He is considered a viable successor to the Mountford family estate. When he is found stabbed, Luke is viewed as a prime suspect due to his relation and clear motive. Despite the situation, Louise believes he's innocent and plans to support him through the trial.
The Heart of a Woman isn't a whimsical romance. It tests the limitations of love and its heroine's will. It's a story of resilience and faith in the midst of the most heartbreaking circumstance.
With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Heart of a Woman is both modern and readable.