Love Inspired January 2014 - Bundle 2 of 2: Bayou Sweetheart\The Firefighter's New Family\Season of Redemption
Lenora Worth, Gail Gaymer Martin, Jenna Mindel
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Love Inspired brings you three new titles for one great price, available now! Enjoy these uplifting contemporary romances of faith, forgiveness and hope. This Love Inspired bundle includes Bayou Sweetheart by Lenora Worth, The Firefighter's New Family by Gail Gaymer Martin and Season of Redemption by Jenna Mindel.
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sudden.” “Thinking about Kaylee. When I saw Joey sleeping, I thought about when she was little and happier. I wish she could be happy again.” “Devon, I can only imagine how difficult it is to live without her by your side.” Her face filled with concern. “I thought she was just a bit unhappy because you’d brought her here, and she didn’t want to come.” Her expression touched him. “No, she laughs once in a while, but not often even with me. I’m worried what’s
Dorrie’s request to hide Karl’s identity, that was a good thing. And so far, Karl had abided by Dorrie’s request. The girls had no idea who he was other than another guy volunteering to help. Ryan felt bad about that. Seemed like the girls should know their father, but then Dorrie had her reasons. And from what Kellie had told him, Karl had never been around. But Ryan suspected that Hannah might already know. He’d caught her studying Karl one too many times. Ryan tousled Gracie’s hair.
to know that once an addict, always an addict.” Ryan pushed her back so he could see her face. He hated hearing the defeat in her voice. “But we can live sober. Don’t forget that part. People make choices. One of them is letting God heal their addiction. Heal their pain. You have to know that or what’s the point?” She sniffed and pulled away. “Yeah, what’s the point?” He squeezed her hand. “I know it hurts, but you can’t stop believing in the process or the people you’ve helped.
out. Even while his brain refused to accept what his eyes could see. “Callie?” She stared up at him with lackluster eyes. “My cancer is back. I...I didn’t want you to know.” Tomas’s world tilted. The darkened room seemed to stifle him. He couldn’t breathe, couldn’t think. But now, now he understood why she’d turned away from him. Now everything made perfect sense. He had to swallow, had to inhale. Touching a hand to her face, he stroked her hot cheek over and over, until he felt her
because you didn’t want to. You couldn’t be there because you had a community that needed you available and alert. You were in a can’t-win situation.” He released a sigh and leaned back against the cushion. “You really do understand.” Adam had been in the same spot. He’d wanted to be with her and Joey, but he’d had a job to do. He’d needed focus and devotion to the military. She understood. Liking it was another thing. She managed a pleasant look and a nod. “I don’t want to talk