Annotations for Springsweet


Baker & Taylor
A companion to The Vespertine continues the adventures of spirited 17-year-old Zora, who, after the tragic death of her fiancÚ, departs Baltimore for the frontier town of West Glory, Oklahoma, where she uses her paranormal water-sensing ability to help local settlers dig wells. By the Edgar Award-nominated author of Shadowed Summer. 35,000 first printing.

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Baker & Taylor
Moving from Baltimore to Oklahoma Territory in the late 1800s, seventeen-year-old Zora experiences the joys and hardships of pioneer life, discovering new love and her otherworldly power.

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Houghton
A stirring historical paranormal romance, and companion to The Vespertine, featuring a spirited young woman as she sets out on her own to find new love, a new home, and her extraordinary magical power--and experiences all the joys and hardships of pioneer life.


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Houghton
Heartbroken over the tragic death of her fiancÚ, seventeen-year-old Zora Stewart leaves
Baltimore for the frontier town of West Glory, Oklahoma, to help her young widowed
aunt keep her homestead going. There she discovers that she possesses the astonishing
ability to sense water under the parched earth. When her aunt hires her out as a
"springsweet" to advise other settlers where to dig their wells, Zora feels the burden of
holding the key to something so essential to survival in this unforgiving land.
Even more, she finds herself longing for love the way the prairie thirsts for water.
Maybe, in the wildness of the territories, Zora can finally move beyond simply surviving
and start living.

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