Love's Sure Dawn

An Eagle Harbor Novel Book 3

by Naomi Rawlings

Cedar Lake Press

Historical Romance, Historical Romance: Inspirational

November 9, 2015

ISBN-10: 1518891284

ISBN-13: 9781518891281

Available in: e-Book, Trade Size

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Love's Sure Dawn
by Naomi Rawlings

The bestselling Eagle Harbor Series continues with Book 3, Love’s Sure Dawn.

No matter how hard she tries to help, Rebekah Cummings always ends up causing more problems than she solves. This time, though, things will be different. She’ll find a way to pay her family’s debts, even if doing so requires leaving Eagle Harbor. Maybe then they’ll start treating her as a capable woman who makes her own choices.

Gilbert Sinclair is going to marry an heiress. With his latest business venture sunk at the bottom of Lake Superior, he needs money to replace the steamship he lost, so he heads to Chicago where his father’s business connections should land him a suitable wife. Like most things in his meticulously planned life, everything goes as expected—until he discovers Rebekah Cummings working as the new cook on his ship.

Rebekah well remembers the pain she endured the last time she tried trusting Gilbert, and Gilbert can’t afford to pursue the love of a working class woman. But they can’t stop the forgotten feelings swirling between them—or ignore the sacrifices they’d both have to make for a future together.

If you like inspirational stories of love, courage, and drama, then get your copy of the latest book in the memorable Eagle Harbor Series.



Naomi Rawlings' Bio

Naomi Rawlings is the author of twelve historical Christian novels, including the Amazon bestselling Eagle Harbor Series. While she’d love to claim she spends her days huddled in front of her computer vigorously typing, in reality, she spends her time homeschooling, cleaning, picking up, and pretending like her house isn’t in a constant state of chaos. She lives with her husband and three children in Michigan’s rugged Upper Peninsula, along the southern shore of Lake Superior where they get 200 inches of snow every year, and where people still grow their own vegetables and cut down their own firewood—just like in the historical novels she writes.