Time to Heal

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Thorndike Press, 2011 - Fiction - 403 pages
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Rachel's world came crashing down with the kidnapping of her only child. Her despair made her question everything about her life, including her eighteen-year marriage to local sheriff, Jake McAdams. When fourteen-year-old Michael appears on their doorstep three months later, claiming to be Jake's son, her life is turned upside down again.

But taking Michael into her home also forces Rachel to look at everything anew. She begins to rediscover her love for Jake, her faith in herself and her need to make a difference in her community. And she learns the ultimate lesson--that together her family can find the strength to heal.

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Karen Young is the international bestselling author of thirty-eight novels.

She has more than ten million books in print and is the recipient of the coveted RITA award from Romance Writers of America and the Career Achievement and Reviewer's Choice awards from Romantic Times magazine. She is known as "a spellbinding storyteller who writes with sensitivity about issues facing contemporary women." Karen's career in writing fiction for women has run the gamut from traditional romance to mystery thrillers to inspirational fiction. In her relationship-driven plots, she creates characters that could easily be her readers, and then places them in extraordinary circumstances while adding suspense to the mix.

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