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The Artisan's Wife
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The Artisan's Wife
Refined by Love Series, Book 3
When her twin sister elopes, Ainslee McKay is left to fulfill their duty to the family's West Virginia tile works alone. While her brother looks for a buyer, she hires promising young artisan Levi Judson without disclosing her intention to sell. But when her feelings for Levi move beyond friendship, can their relationship survive the secret she's keeping?
When her twin sister elopes, Ainslee McKay is left to fulfill their duty to the family's West Virginia tile works alone. While her brother looks for a buyer, she hires promising young artisan Levi Judson without disclosing her intention to sell. But when her feelings for Levi move beyond friendship, can their relationship survive the secret she's keeping?
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  • Judith Miller is an award-winning writer whose avid research and love for history are reflected in her bestselling novels. Judy and her family make their home in Kansas. Learn more at www.judithmccoymiller.com.
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    July 4, 2016
    Miller (The Potter's Lady) continues her Refined by Love series with the third installment, a charming historical romance centered on a family of Irish immigrants. The McKays are now far removed from the hardships of their homeland, finding love and prosperity in West Virginia in the 1870s. Ainslee McKay, quite content with living comfortably with family, is coerced by her twin sister into taking on the daunting task of running a tile works on the other side of the state in Weston. On the brink of their departure, her sister elopes, leaving Ainslee to bear responsibility for the family's new investment. Determined to return home as soon as possible, Ainslee keeps focused on the tile works' profitability with the intent of selling it off—until Levi Judson comes to town. He's an experienced tile maker, and his relocation to Weston is the subject of much speculation. Having been dumped by his fiancée after it's revealed that his brother has a mental condition, Levi is now hesitant to reveal that his brother is a patient at the nearby asylum. This lighthearted, entertaining story contains a moving message: that simple acts of kindness can positively effect the lives of others when fear of the unknown is dissuaded and compassion and selflessness take hold. Agent: Wendy Lawton, Books & Such Literary.

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