Biltmore Girl (Paperback)

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New York City, 1968. Elka Hansen, a former teen cover girl, is done with modeling. Now she's a hostess for the Palm Court restaurant in the beautiful Biltmore Hotel. As she sees it, Elka's other role in life is to watch out for her younger sister, Colleen, an idealistic but reckless college student at Barnard.

With her sister, Elka attends her first civil-rights protest, and there, she runs into Jacob Lewis, a co-worker from the Biltmore. He is a student at Columbia University and a friend of Colleen's. Jacob becomes an unexpected ally when rescuing her sister from trouble becomes more than Elka can handle independently. Out of this turmoil, a romance grows between Jacob and Elka, but can it last?

The pursuit of purpose, coming of age during the late 1960s, and learning how to forgive are common threads woven throughout this Christian romantic fiction book.

Biltmore Girl is the third and final book in the Historic Hotels Collection. This stand-alone novel is a return to the world of America's great hotels. Readers of the other books in this collection will find a connection and a return of some beloved characters for those who loved Sorrento Girl and Palmer Girl.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781734643428
ISBN-10: 1734643420
Publisher: Dawn Klinge
Publication Date: April 12th, 2021
Pages: 266
Language: English