A Piece of the Sky

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David C Cook, 2005 - Fiction - 318 pages
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Carla had it all--big job, big house, a successful husband. But she longed for a child to complete her marriage and family. Her born-again husband refused to submit to medical scrutiny. His excuse: "If God wanted to give us a child, He would." Simon's smug pontifications and his seeming lack of concern sicken her. So she seeks her own solution--artificial insemination with donor sperm.

This is a superbly and tastefully written novel on a subject that touches all too many couples. While infertility is at issue, the story emphasizes the subject of honesty in marriage.

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Contents

One
11
Two
26
Three
36
Four
49
Five
54
Six
65
Seven
77
Eight
85
Seventeen
177
Eighteen
191
Nineteen
199
Twenty
206
Twentyone
211
Twentytwo
224
Twentythree
234
Twentyfour
239

Nine
94
Ten
109
Eleven
126
Twelve
141
Thirteen
147
Fourteen
157
Fifteen
162
Sixteen
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Twentyfive
250
Twentysix
255
Twentyseven
269
Twentyeight
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Twentynine
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Thirty
303
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About the author (2005)

After seventeen years of freelance writing, Michelle Buckman's credits include a combination of 200+ biographies, magazine features, and profiles, as well as a weekly humor column, but fiction is her great love. She is a member of South Carolina Writers Workshop, American Christian Fiction Writers, and national Society of Newspaper Columnists.

She currently resides on a hobby farm in South Carolina with her husband, four children, and forty animals.

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