Family of the Heart (Google eBook)

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Steeple Hill, Sep 1, 2008 - Fiction - 304 pages
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In her silk finery, Sarah Randolph knew she was no more a nanny than the haughty widower before her. She'd made a profound error in judgment. How long would it be before Clayton Bainbridge cast her out? She vowed to pack up her trunks and return to Philadelphia at once. But that city held memories of her lost fianc?, and sweet little Nora Bainbridge desperately needed some mothering. Sarah might not be an expert in child rearing, but she knew a few things about grief. The pain in Clayton's stormy blue eyes told her that her journey here must be part of God's larger plan for them all....

  

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Very heartwarming and sweet. I liked it. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter Thirteen
140
Chapter Fourteen
152
Chapter Fifteen
164
Chapter Sixteen
173
Chapter Seventeen
183
Chapter Eighteen
192
Chapter Nineteen
201
Chapter Twenty
215

Chapter Five
58
Chapter Six
75
Chapter Seven
85
Chapter Eight
92
Chapter Nine
101
Chapter Ten
109
Chapter Eleven
118
Chapter Twelve
131
Chapter TwentyOne
223
Chapter TwentyTwo
232
Chapter TwentyThree
252
Chapter TwentyFour
264
Epilogue
275
Questions for Discussion
279
Copyright Page
281
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About the author (2008)



Dorothy Clark is a creative person. She lives in a home she designed and helped her husband build (she swings a mean hammer!) with the able assistance of their three children. She also designs and helps her husband build furniture, and does remodeling and decorating for family and friends.

When she is not thus engaged, she can be found cheering her grandchildren on at various sports events or band and chorus concerts, or furiously taking notes about possible settings for future novels as she and her husband travel throughout the United States and Canada. Dorothy enjoys hearing from her readers, and may be contacted at thornap@localnet.com.

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