Her Baby Dreams

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Steeple Hill, Apr 1, 2008 - Fiction - 224 pages
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First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage, Then Comes Dan Dawson, Jr., In The Baby Carriage!

The Mule Hollow matchmakers were singing that ditty right in Ashby Templeton's ear. And though she wanted a husband and a baby more than anything, she drew the line at Dan Dawson. The handsome cowboy-who loved telling Ashby to lighten up-wasn't exactly the serious, settling-down sort she'd hoped to find at the church singles group. Yet in a town of lonesome cowboys in want of wives, Dan was the only one asking her for a date. Asking for a chance to show Ashby that he could make all her dreams come true.

 

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User Review  - Karen Peale - Christianbook.com

While I agree that this book does address domestic violence in a tender, caring manner, it still cannot compare with the author's first book, which I happen to believe is her best. However, I do believe it is her second best. Read full review

User Review  - Ginger - Christianbook.com

A good read with sensitive treatment of the generational effects of domestic violence on families.I thoroughly enjoyed this book Read full review

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Contents

About the Author
2
Title Page
3
Epigraph Page
4
Dedication Page
5
Acknowledgments
6
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
16
Chapter Three
33
Chapter Ten
107
Chapter Eleven
115
Chapter Twelve
128
Chapter Thirteen
138
Chapter Fourteen
152
Chapter Fifteen
160
Chapter Sixteen
169
Chapter Seventeen
180

Chapter Four
41
Chapter Five
52
Chapter Six
65
Chapter Seven
75
Chapter Eight
83
Chapter Nine
97
Chapter Eighteen
190
Chapter Nineteen
197
Chapter Twenty
209
Questions for Discussion
216
Copyright Page
220
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About the author (2008)

A sixth generation Texan, award winning author Debra Clopton and her husband, Chuck, live on a ranch in Texas. She loves to travel and spend time with her family and watch NASCAR whenever time allows. She is surrounded by cows, dogs and even renegade donkey herds that keep her writing authentic and often find their way into her stories. She loves helping people smile with her fun, fast paced stories. 

 

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