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Prairie Wife by Cheryl St.John

Prairie Wife

Description : No mother should have to bury her child Amy Shelby had learned this sorrow well. Her heart had gone into the ground a year ago along with her boy's tiny casket. And not even her husband, Jesse, wrestling the same pain, could resurrect any hope in her. Jesse Shelby mourned two losses—his baby son and his openhearted bride, for when their child died, Amy retreated behind a wall of grief as wide as the Nebraska prairie. But could a chance for a new family heal their wounded marriage—and guide them back to the comfort of each other's arms?

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Authors : Cheryl St.John

Published Date : 2010-12-27

Publisher : Harlequin

ISBN : 9781426887475

Page : 288 Pages

Categories : Fiction

Total Download: 64

Filesize: 9 MB

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