Blue Skies

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Penguin, Dec 1, 2003 - Fiction - 419 pages
19 Reviews
Getting a brand new lease on life when her sight is restored, Carly Adams sets out to discover the world, but finds her explorations short lived when an encounter with rugged cowboy Hank Coulter leads to a high-risk pregnancy that could cause her to lose her sight once again. Original.
  

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User Review  - nancynova - LibraryThing

rabck from flossie771; Hank Coulter messes up one night and gets a girl pregnant. And not just any girl, but one who has been blind nearly all her life, just had eye surgery to give her sight, and the ... Read full review

Review: Blue Skies (Kendrick/Coulter/Harrigan #4)

User Review  - Sara - Goodreads

I didn't expect much from this book when I read the back cover, so at least I wasn't disappointed. Carly Adams just had surgery to correct a lifetime of blindness, enjoys a night at the bar with her ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
24
Chapter Three
35
Chapter Four
41
Chapter Five
58
Chapter Six
75
Chapter Seven
87
Chapter Eight
105
Chapter Thirteen
196
Chapter Fourteen
222
Chapter Fifteen
245
Chapter Sixteen
267
Chapter Seventeen
290
Chapter Eighteen
312
Chapter Nineteen
342
Chapter Twenty
357

Chapter Nine
127
Chapter Ten
145
Chapter Eleven
161
Chapter Twelve
180
Chapter Twentyone
373
Epilogue
404
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About the author (2003)

Catherine Anderson is the award-winning author of Phantom Waltz, My Sunshine, Cheyenne Amber, Annie's Song, and numerous other bestsellers both contemporary and historical. She lives in the Oregon mountains with her husband and her Rottweilers, Sam and Sassy, who seem convinced that they are teacup poodles and that obedience training is for people. Catherine spends leisure time with her family and friends, including her sons and daughter-in-law, often discussing intriguing story twists for her books. Such talks can draw curious stares if they happen to take place in a restaurant and involve plotting the demise of a fictitious villain.

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