Waiting Out the Storm

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Steeple Hill, Jul 1, 2010 - Fiction - 224 pages
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When family tragedy strikes, Sarah Slocum steps in as guardian to her two nieces and nephew. But raising children isn't like raising sheep, and the beautiful shepherd soon finds herself in over her head. Who'd have guessed that new neighbor Craig Macklin would jump in to lend a hand? Craig's always held a grudge against Slocums—Sarah included. Now the handsome local vet is helping with her livestock, giving her young nephew a job and smiling at her every chance he gets. Sarah must decide whether she can trust Craig—and God's plan—and allow him into her family.

 

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A Perfect Love Inspired Romance!

User Review  - Renee C - Christianbook.com

When I'm looking for a quick read I pick up a Love Inspired book. This book, the second by author Ruth Logan Herne is one of the best I've read in a while. Admittedly I usually only read from the LI ... Read full review

User Review  - Sandra Lee Smith - Christianbook.com

WAITING OUT THE STORM is Ruth Logan Herne's second book and it is just as wonderful as the first. I couldn't put it down. her vivid descriptions make the North Country come alive. Her characters are ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter Fourteen
99
Chapter Fifteen
112
Chapter Sixteen
120
Chapter Seventeen
126
Chapter Eighteen
133
Chapter Nineteen
141
Chapter Twenty
149
Chapter TwentyOne
158

Chapter Four
30
Chapter Five
38
Chapter Six
44
Chapter Seven
52
Chapter Eight
61
Chapter Nine
70
Chapter Ten
79
Chapter Eleven
82
Chapter Twelve
86
Chapter Thirteen
93
Chapter TwentyTwo
169
Chapter TwentyThree
176
Chapter TwentyFour
187
Chapter TwentyFive
194
Chapter TwentySix
201
Chapter TwentySeven
207
Questions for Discussion
216
Copyright Page
219
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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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