The Virtuous Woman (House of Winslow Book #34)

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Baker Books, Jan 1, 2005 - Fiction - 320 pages
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When Phil and Cara Winslow learn that the daughter they thought had died in infancy is still alive, their life of status and ease is turned upside down. With the help of a private detective, they find the girl, now twenty years old, who turns out to be rough and vulgar. When they try to bring Grace into their family, their grown children are horrified, and only Kevin, a terribly scarred recluse, reaches out to her. When Grace bolts, Kevin leaves his self-made prison to search for her...only to find her in an actual prison. Together this reunited brother and sister find grace and acceptance. Will each find love as well? Book 34 in the bestselling The House of Winslow series.
 

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The 34th entry in the "House of Winslow" series finds Phil and Cara Winslow looking for the daughter they thought had died 20 years ago. The girl they find is hardly who they expected, and their other ... Read full review

Contents

A Rose for Bertha
An Unwelcome Announcement
The Party
Jesus Loves Misfits
What Do You Really Want?
The Last Straw
PART THREE AprilJune 1935
A Place for Kevin
Grace Abounding
PART FOUR SeptemberNovember 1935
A Moonlit Dance
Lucys Reluctance
A New Kevin
Old Flame
A Close Call
Babes Admonition

Babe
Grace Gets a Touch
A Busy Night at the Green Lantern
A New Grace
My Francis
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Gilbert Morris was a pastor before becoming an English professor and earning a Ph.D. at the University of Arkansas. Gilbert has been a consistent bestselling author (The House of Winslow) in the Christian market for many years. He and his wife live in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

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