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(Book 14 in the Romancing the Weavers series)
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Washington state, June 1898.

He's looking to pursue his career – which can’t happen on his family’s farm.

She's stuck around the world from home – with nowhere to go and no way to go back.

They can find each other, but can they find what they need?

Hugh Weaver, the last of Calvin and Bella’s three sons, is an accomplished cook. But the enormous Weaver clan isn’t lacking for kitchen skills, and as much as he loves them, he knows his destiny lies elsewhere – running his own restaurant or café. But where?

Hamasaki Ichiko doesn’t even speak English, but her family sent her and her sister from Japan to America to find work. She’s escaped the clutches of a human trafficker, only now she’s stranded in the tiny village of Nowhere, living off the charity of its citizens. She’s ready to get a job and make a life. But how?

Toss in two other Japanese girls who just want to go home, a railroad detective disguised as a doting grandma, a diner owner making plans for the future, an ambitious milkmaid who has Hugh in her sights, and a town and family that put the “wild” in the Wild West, and you have the makings of an international incident … or maybe an international affair? Get the answers to all these questions and more in HUGH, the farthest-reaching Weaver adventure yet!

Genre: Inspirational

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