Annalisa Werner’s husband was a cruel, insensitive man who only looked out for himself. He was about to lose the farm when he was murdered. Her father sends a letter to his brother in the Old Country requesting him to find Annalisa a groom—someone strong and dependable who could save the family farm.
While she waits on her groom to come, Carl Richards comes to help out. Between caring for her daughter, giving birth to her late husband’s child and working to keep the farm afloat, Annalisa is drawn to the stranger who is not who he claims to be. Her groom is coming soon. The farm is barely hanging on and a local is pressuring her to sell. And she is slowly falling in love with Carl Richards, a man who has a secret that will tear them apart.
A happily ever after story, Jody Hedlund’s “A Noble Groom” is a historical romance set in 1880 Michigan about German immigrant farmers and is filled with drama and adventure. If you enjoy historical fiction and romance stories, Hedlund’s newest novel will tickle your fancy. It is an easy read filled with spiritual themes.
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