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Synopsis: Whispers of the Heart is a moving drama of one woman?s quest to find happiness in a life filled with power, prestige, and wealth. It is the story of an independently wealthy young heiress whose business savvy doesn?t quite translate to her personal life. It is a tale you will not only identify with, but also will laugh and cry with. And along the way, you will journey through a powerful and captivating love story that will endure for all time. Erika Crawford, the heroine, is on the brink of realizing a life ambition by becoming President of Capital Textiles. A public humiliation sends her on a defining journey to a wilderness community in North Idaho where through a changed identity, she discovers what she least expected. Whispers of the Heart also is the story of a man, T.J. Morgan, a corporate magnet, notorious playboy, and heir to one of the world?s largest fortunes and from one of the nation?s oldest monied families. At the snap of a finger, every human desire and wish can be fulfilled. Except one. The love and commitment of a woman who will share not only his life ? but also his soul.
About the Author: Stephanie Wilson, a native of the Northwest, has produced television programs for CBS affiliates that were syndicated nationally. She has written and produced a television series that won a national Angel Award for excellence in the media. In addition, she has written news copy for a local CBS affiliate and directed marketing programs for successful humanitarian organizations. In addition to her bachelor's degree from Seattle Pacific University in history and in communications, she has done post graduate work in U.S. history as well. Stephanie presently lives in Washington state with her husband and young son.
Title: Whispers of the Heart
Publisher: Independent Publisher Services
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description Independent Publisher Services, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1424339693