A Nest of Sparrows

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WaterBrook Press, 2004 - Fiction - 336 pages
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His Fiancee Was the One Woman He'd Loved.
Her Children Are All He Has Left.
Reserved contractor Wade Sullivan never expected to fall in love with Starr Parnell or to love her three small kids as if they were his own. But that's exactly what happened. As their wedding draws near, however, tragedy strikes-and Wade must put aside his own grief in order to help Starr's children cope.
As Wade focuses his efforts on caring for the children, he discovers that their tender, young lives give tremendous meaning to his own broken one. Then Starr's abusive ex-husband shows up to claim the offspring who barely remember him-and Wade prepares for the fight of his life.
Will Anyone Believe His Claim to Love the Children More than Their Father Loves Them?
A powerful novel of loss and discovery, courage and grace, "A Nest of Sparrows" masterfully illustrates one man's struggle to know when to fight, when to let go, and when to simply wait.

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User Review  - Kim Vogel Sawyer - Christianbook.com

As I have come to expect from a Deborah Raney novel, the characters in this book are so "alive" I caught myself thinking about them after setting the book aside. The inner/outer/spiritual threads are ... Read full review

User Review  - A. M. Wilson - Christianbook.com

Grab your Kleenex! It's very hard to grib my emotions so hard I cry. This book does that and more. Get ready to fall in love with this little family. Watching the heartbreak and joy and love this man ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Deborah Raney is an award-winning author known for her sensitive portrayal of family struggles and relationships. Her many novels include A Scarlet Cord, Beneath a Southern Sky, After the Rains, and A Vow to Cherish.

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