Morning Comes Softly LP

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Harper Collins, Apr 8, 2008 - Fiction - 432 pages
7 Reviews

A shy Louisiana librarian, Mary Warner fears she'll always be alone, so she answers a personal ad from a rancher in Montana. Marrying a man she's never met is reckless, but something about him calls to her.

Tragedy made Travis Thompson the guardian of three orphaned children. Determined to keep the kids out of foster care, he places the ad, and is surprised to marry a mysterious southern woman sight unseen.

It could be the mistake of a lifetime, but Mary might be what this broken family needs. With a little faith, a little trust, and a lot of love, two lonely hearts might just discover the true meaning of miracles.

 

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User Review  - DunnFunKat - LibraryThing

This story was okay. I enjoyed it and the changes that a marriage between Mary & Travis made to both of them. I figured out the ending about the middle of the book but it didn't ruin the story. Read full review

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User Review  - Lost_Lenore - LibraryThing

A light and funny romance by the hand of Debbie Macomber. Not one of her best, but it's a delight to read. Mary Warner is an "old spinster" and Travis Thompson needs a wife desperately and together ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
29
Section 3
53
Section 4
75
Section 5
103
Section 6
123
Section 7
146
Section 8
170
Section 12
244
Section 13
260
Section 14
281
Section 15
302
Section 16
323
Section 17
337
Section 18
345
Section 19
365

Section 9
196
Section 10
215
Section 11
232
Section 20
388
Section 21
400
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Debbie Macomber has more than 100 million copies of her books in print, and her stories about home and family have a worldwide audience and have been translated into twenty-three languages. In addition to being a #1 New York Times bestseller in fiction many times over, she also has an enormous following among knitters as the author of dozens of pattern and craft books. In 2008, she launched a branded line of knitting products through Leisure Arts, the company that publishes her knitting guides. Debbie and her husband, Wayne, have four children and nine grandchildren, and split their time between Washington State and Florida. This is Debbie’s second picture book co-authored with Mary Lou Carney; their first, The Truly Terribly Horrible Sweaer . . . That Grandma Knit, was published in 2009.

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