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Lullabies for a Lost Baby

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Eliza Benedict, orphaned and raised by a spinster in Utah, leads a serene life until a mysterious baby appears in her carriage. With no clue of the child's origin, Eliza has not only to navigate the difficult task of caring for a baby but also learn to trust her heart when it comes to matters of love when a handsome stranger enters her life…

Will she embrace this twist of fate, or retreat in fear of losing all she holds dear?

Samuel Blythe, consumed by grief since the loss of his wife and son, has pursued vengeance against those who shattered his world. Yet, fate intervenes when a chance encounter with a woman and a baby opens new paths. When Sam offers to assist her, unseen visits from a mysterious person put his happiness at risk…

Can he navigate these uncharted waters while guarding his heart and the woman by his side?

When the pieces begin to fall into place, Sam and Eliza think they’ve finally made it to solid ground. Until an unexpected letter pulls Sam towards his past and he discovers that he must end his connection with his old life to progress into the future. Will they seize the chance for a new beginning, or let fear dictate their destiny?

"Lullabies for a Lost Baby" is a historical western romance novel of approximately 80,000 words. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.

Genre: Historical Romance

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