The Lawman's Second Chance

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Harlequin, Apr 23, 2013 - Fiction - 224 pages
2 Reviews
Love in Bloom

After losing his wife to cancer, Lt. Alexander Steele vowed he'd protect himself and his children from that kind of loss again. But that was before he laid eyes on Lisa Fitzgerald. She welcomes him to town and immediately connects with his shy daughter, Emma. Yet Lisa is a cancer survivor herself, and so a reminder of everything Alex and his family suffered. Will a relationship with her be too much for him to bear? With their love growing even faster than Lisa's beautiful gardens, Alex has to decide whether he can risk his heart once more.

 

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Inspiring and heartwarming

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When I finished reading The Lawman's Second Chance it had touched me in such a way that when I closed the book I immediately stopped and took the time to pray for all those who are now dealing with ... Read full review

The Perfect Recipe for Hours of Reading Enjoyment

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This book kept me up until 1:00 a.m. because there wasn't a good place to stop reading and I just had to finish it! A beautiful story on so many levels. The author did the subject matter absolute ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
23
Section 3
35
Section 4
52
Section 5
59
Section 6
69
Section 7
87
Section 8
115
Section 10
141
Section 11
157
Section 12
162
Section 13
170
Section 14
182
Section 15
190
Section 16
204
Section 17
213

Section 9
128

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Author of the successful "North Country" series (Steeple Hill, 2010), Ruthy is delighted to release a new 2011 series with the great crew of Love Inspired. Married for thirty-six years to a very patient man, she's taken the characters living in her head and given them homes on paper, much to everyone's relief! Using her strong belief in God's redeeming love, she's unafraid to tackle tough subjects with humor, pathos, grace and remorse. And chocolate, of course.

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