Made to Order Family

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Steeple Hill, Sep 1, 2010 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Single mom Rita Slocum wants to get her life back on track. Taking things one day at a time seems doable—especially with Brooks Harriman at her side. Brooks has been there for her through good times and bad. But she's always been leery of getting too close to the broad-shouldered woodworker who keeps his past locked away. Now that Rita's opening her own bakery, she needs him more than ever. If only Brooks would open up his life—and his heart—to Rita.

 

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User Review  - Sandra Lee Smith - Christianbook.com

MADE TO ORDER FAMILY is my favorite book so far by Ruth Logan Herne. Her characters are so real and dynamic. This particular story deals with alcoholism which is something most of us face with family ... Read full review

User Review  - Mary Connealy - Christianbook.com

Made to Order Family has so much story packed into a little book. I was no where near done reading about this beautifully drawn characters when the book ended.I loved it and can't wait until my next romance from Ruth Logan Herne Read full review

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Contents

Chapter Thirteen
110
Chapter Fourteen
116
Chapter Fifteen
124
Chapter Sixteen
134
Chapter Seventeen
146
Chapter Eighteen
157
Chapter Nineteen
164
Chapter Twenty
172

Chapter Four
32
Chapter Five
37
Chapter Six
45
Chapter Seven
56
Chapter Eight
63
Chapter Nine
74
Chapter Ten
85
Chapter Eleven
91
Chapter Twelve
102
Chapter TwentyOne
182
Chapter TwentyTwo
187
Chapter TwentyThree
196
Chapter TwentyFour
205
Epilogue
211
Questions for Discussion
216
Copyright Page
219
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About the author (2010)

Author of fifteen 4 and 4.5 star novels, Ruth is thrilled to be paid for something she'd gladly do for free: write sweet stories that touch hearts and souls. Born into poverty, she's unafraid to delve into life's tough issues, but believes redeeming love and God's grace can heal all wounds. Visit her on Facebook where she cheerfully exploits the cuteness of kids and small animals to sell uplifting books of faith, hope and love... while drinking coffee, a mainstay! 

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