Only her gift of love can heal . . .
Annie Trimble lives in a solitary world that no one enters or understands. As delicate and beautiful as the tender blossoms of the Oregon spring, she is shunned by a town that doesn't understand her.
But cruelty cannot destroy the love Annie holds in her heart.
When Alex Montgomery learns of the injustice sweet Annie has suffered, he vows to do whatever it takes to set it right--even if it means marrying her. He never dreams he will fall for her childlike innocence, her womanly charms, and the wondrous way she views her world as Alex becomes captive to Annie's sweet song of love.
About the Author
Catherine Anderson was born in Detroit, Michigan, daughter of a newspaper reporter and a school teacher. She moved to Kansas City, Missouri where she finished high school. She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri, and a graduate degree from Syracuse University. She lived in the Boston area for twenty-two years, working with new immigrants and refugees as a teacher, writer, and health care rights advocate. She has been doing similar work for the last ten years in Kansas City, Missouri, employed by the city's main refugee resettlement organization. She has published two full collections of poetry, IN THE MOTHER TONGUE (Alice James Books, 1983) and The Work of Hands (Perugia Press, 2000).
“Catherine Anderson is an amazing talent. Her love stories are tender and earthy, passionate and poignant--and always unusual. Annie’s song will haunt you long after the last page is turned.”
“A major voice in the romance genre.”