A Mother for Amanda and The Doctor's Miracle

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Steeple Hill, Dec 1, 2007 - Fiction - 512 pages
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A MOTHER FOR AMANDA

Raising a child alone in the wilderness, widowed park ranger Greg Stone wanted no part of any big-city schoolteacher. Yet Beth Baxter's gentle faith—and her kindness to his little girl—made this bitter man long for the courage to open up his heart once more.

THE DOCTOR'S MIRACLE

Singer Rachel Duke was drawn to Paul McCoy, the doctor who treated her after she'd collapsed onstage. Could she truly find love with him—and help the doctor heal a faith shaken by memories of war?

 

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Three times a finalist for RWA  RITA; finalist and winner of RT Reader's Choice; Holt Medallion Award of Merit' finalist and winner in 2000 Rising Star contest; semi-finalist Nicholl Screenwriting Award; author of 20+ novels + five works of non-fiction; website www.booksbyanna.com; lives in Wisconsin and Florida.

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