A Hidden Falls RomanceIf theres one thing Eleanor Menger knows, its that she will never marry the man her uncle has chosen for her. Even though it means giving up her comfortable life in New York City, somehow shell find a way to support herselfMoreA Hidden Falls RomanceIf theres one thing Eleanor Menger knows, its that she will never marry the man her uncle has chosen for her.
Even though it means giving up her comfortable life in New York City, somehow shell find a way to support herself until shes free from her uncles guardianship. An advertisement for workers at the textile mill in Hidden Falls seems like the answer to Eleanors dilemma.
No matter how difficult it is to handle a loom, shell be safe there, for no one would expect an heiress to be a common laborer. All she needs to do is make sure no one—especially not Brad Harrod—learns her true identity.Brad Harrod is bored with his life.
Though at some point hell inherit the familys railroad, his father is unwilling to give up any control. Add to that the fact that the woman Brads loved all his life refused him and you have one unhappy man. To make matters worse, the woman who looks so out of place in the second-class train car refuses to talk to him.
How humiliating! Eleanors rebuff stings his pride, as does the fact that she considers the newspaper shes reading more interesting than him. Whats the appeal in that piece of newsprint?To Brads astonishment, the brief encounter is the inspiration he needs. Though it means defying his parents, he decides to found Hidden Falls first newspaper.
And somehow, though she continues to elude him, hell find a way to thank Eleanor.What starts as friendship turns to something deeper.Unfortunately, Eleanors uncle has plans of his own, plans that threaten everything Eleanor and Brad hold dear.