A Home for Her Heart Love on Assignment Magazine writer Elizabeth Anderson has sparred with newspaper reporter John Talbot for years Though they cover similar stories John thinks Elizabeth s writing is trivial and she f

  • Title: A Home for Her Heart
  • Author: Janet Lee Barton
  • ISBN: 9780373282814
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • Love on Assignment Magazine writer Elizabeth Anderson has sparred with newspaper reporter John Talbot for years Though they cover similar stories, John thinks Elizabeth s writing is trivial, and she finds him too boastful So when they must work together to investigate New York City s worst tenement houses, they re surprised by the great team they make Despite their prLove on Assignment Magazine writer Elizabeth Anderson has sparred with newspaper reporter John Talbot for years Though they cover similar stories, John thinks Elizabeth s writing is trivial, and she finds him too boastful So when they must work together to investigate New York City s worst tenement houses, they re surprised by the great team they make Despite their professional rivalry, John and Elizabeth begin to trust each other as they grow from competitors, to friends, to something But then John makes a startling discovery that would break the story and Elizabeth s heart wide open John s always been driven by his career can he give up one dream for another Boardinghouse Betrothals Hearts taking shelter and forging new beginnings

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    1. I just finished reading "A Home for Her Heart" and I think it is my favorite of the Boardinghouse Betrothals" series by Janet Lee Barton. I enjoyed both the other books in the series but the author outdid herself on this one! The hero and heroine are both very appealing with great chemistry and the background story on the condition of some of the tenement houses in NYC in the late 1800s was heartbreaking and vey well researched. These books just keep getting better and better and I can't wait fo [...]

    2. It was an okay read, but nothing really stood out in the story. Elizabeth was all over the place with her emotions and I felt too big of a deal was made about her being wealthy. It seemed quite silly really since she was into charity work yet wanted to hide the fact that she had money. I also didn't buy the attraction between her and John. I never did get what actually made them want each other so badly. There were a lot of dinners and outings, but other than that not much else.

    3. not too fussed with this book but a good story. it was the tooing n froing regarding whether to trust their feelings for the other that put me off this story. loved the Aunt Bea and Millicent would loved to read her story. have just started next book inthe series and totally hooked. i want to know their story.

    4. "his third Boardinghouse Betrothals story is like making a call on good friends. The main characters’ romance is a joy to read, leaving one with the desire to visit again" (RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars TOP PICK!)Miniseries: Boardinghouse Betrothals

    5. I just really love reading this series. It's set in one of my favorite time periods and just imaging going to the Vanderbilt mansion is *stars in eyes*. Liz and John are an awesome power pair and I loved seeing them find each other:)

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