A Book of Ruth
Kensington Publishing Corporation, Oct 1, 1988 - 384 pages
Theirs was a taboo, unexpected love. Ruth Gold and Jim Kendall--drawn together by passion and a hint of fate but kept apart by the barriers that distinguished their very separate worlds. For she was a lonely young widow--and he was a Catholic priest.
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