Still Guilty

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Urban Books, 2010 - Fiction - 301 pages
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Cheney Jamieson made a difficult decision in the past, and now it's affecting the lives of three men she loves in surprising and unexpected ways. Cheney's twin brother, Rainey Reynolds, is bitter after a former girlfriend terminates a pregnancy that he welcomed. When he learns that his sister made the same choice, Rainey lashes out at her with disdain. Can the new Christian woman in his life help him understand that forgiveness is the first step toward healing? Cheney's husband, Parke K. Jamieson VI, is expected to sire the next generation of Jamiesons, but complications from Cheney's botched abortion makes carrying a baby to full term impossible. The only hope is Parke's illegitimate son, who was in foster care until he was recently adopted. Parke needs a couple of miracles, but he has to wait on God's timing. Cheney's father, Dr. Roland Reynolds, has had his own past indiscretions. Could Cheney be paying for the sins of her father?--P. [4] of cover.

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This is a Excellent book and a must read. Please read the entire (Guilty Series) you will not be disappointed. I love the author Pat Simmons she does such an excellent job with the storyline and she ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Tom Cotter writes regularly for Road & Track" and has a deep-seated love for automotive rescue. He is the author of the best-selling titles Cobra in the Barn", Hemi in the Barn", and Vincent in the Barn". He is also the co-author of an award-winning history of Holman-Moody, a legendary racing team that enjoyed its greatest success in stock-car racing. Cotter lives in Davidson, North Carolina, with his family and a garage full of collector cars. Featuring stories about such famed cars as Dean Jeffries' customized Porsche Four-Cam Carrera, the Green Hornet's Black Beauty, and Jay Leno's Gullwing Mercedes.

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