Heart of Stone

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Salem Publishing Solutions, Incorporated, 2005 - Fiction - 296 pages
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After over a decade long absence, Dr. Samantha Ronayne returns to her hometown. Much to her dismay, the resident minister is none other than the man she left behind, Aaron Eagle. Samantha and Aaron share a bitter secret that no one else knows about and that has them at odds immediately. Samantha aborted Aaron's baby without telling him she was pregnant. Now, years later, Samantha is a recovering alcoholic dealing with the reality of post-abortive stress. She is sorry for the choice she made and knows that while God forgives her, Aaron might not. It takes a series of tragedies for the minister to see how much his ex-fianc has grown, both as a woman and as a Christian. It doesn't take long for Aaron to realize that he still has feelings for Samantha, and it is in those feelings that he finds that there is healing in forgiveness.

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This story was sooo good! It centers around Aaron (a Native American) and Samantha (Sam) who grew up together. They are young and look forward to a bright future together until Sam does the ... Read full review

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