God's Gift

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Steeple Hill, Mar 1, 2005 - Fiction - 232 pages
21 Reviews
Missionary work in Africa was the most difficult and faith-affirming work James Graham had ever faced, and warm, homey presents from a Good Samaritan back home gave him the hope he needed to carry on. But an injury brought his work to a sudden halt and sent him home to Chicago. There, James met the woman who'd sent those thoughtful gifts, the charming Rachel Ashcroft, and he was intrigued by the shadow of sadness that haunted her expression. Bringing the light of happiness back to Rachel's lovely face gave new purpose to his life, but was this only a temporary respite? Or would James be able to release his past and open his heart to receive the gift of Rachel's love?

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I just could not get into this book. I found everytime i sat down and read it i could not focus on the story. Read full review

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Dee Henderson is a favorite, but these characters seemed one dimensional. This was not my favorite of hers, and in the future I will read her suspense/mysteries which seem to be her strongest genre. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
20
Section 3
35
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Dee Henderson worked as an engineer before she started writing fiction in 1996. She is the author of the O'Malley series and the Uncommon Heroes series. Her books have won numerous awards including the RITA Award, the Bookseller's Best Award, the National Reader's Choice Award for Danger in the Shadows, the Reviewers International Organization's best inspirational book of the year for The Negotiator and the 2002 Christy Award in the Romance category for The Guardian.

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