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Anice sequel to Hidden Blessings, her first book.

  • Sep 4, 1999
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Carrie Mcnicols decide she needs a fresh start so when a mysterious job offer falls into her lap, she packs up her young son, Mikey and moves to CAlifornia. she feels that once she gets away from her small hometown of Brunswick, Georgia with the small-minded gosspi and the haunting memories, her life will be for the better. Little does she know she is in for some real life-altering changes when it appears she is being watched and followed but also moves into the same apartment buidling right next door to her first true love. Ray Ransome is flabbergasted that the beautiful CArrie has literally walked back into his life. They were very much in love and RAy had hopes of a fute with her when he was living in Brunswick while training to be a federal marshal. Their plans blew wide open when his former girlfriend, Lynn claimed she was pregnant and being the man he is, he married her. Carrie was extremely hurt and as a result she became bitter and made bad choices in men and had a child by an unbalanced man, Martin. After Martin's violetn death, Carrie withdrew and tried to be a good mother to her son. And now Ray was back in her life and she wants nothing to do with him. But Ray is persistent. Having lost Carroed before, he now sets out to capture her love again and prove to her he is the kind of man she needs and wants in her life. He has one little problem; his lying, scheming, decitful, now exc-wife, Lynn. She is constantly thwarting his attempts to get back with Carrie as she ants hem back for herself. This love story is filled with drama, persistent characters and an ending of suspense that has become the trademark of this writer. A good book to curl up with on a cold night.

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Dera R Jones Williams ()
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Dera is a writer, editor, genealogist, writing mentor, researcher, and family historian, and she is active in local literary and national literary circles. She is the keeper of family stories, archivist … more
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ISBN-10: 1583140077
ISBN-13: 978-1583140079
Author: Kensington
Publisher: Arabesque

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