When the Soul Mends
book #3 in the best-selling "Sisters of the Quilt" series
by Cindy Woodsmall
. . . . When the Soul Mends, the brilliantly written third story in the "Sisters of the Quilt" series . . . Kathleen Y'Barbo, author of Beloved Castaway
Returning to the home she fled in disgrace, will Hannah find healing for the wounds of the past?
With her heart now in the hands of a new love as well as the two children left in their care, Hannah Lapp finds her Englischer life more than she'd ever hoped for and is actively pursuing a future with Martin and in medicine. When she receives a call from her sister Sarah, desperate for help, Hannah reluctantly returns to the Old Order Amish community that ostracized her. Once home, she must face her disapproving father and her former fiance, Paul Waddell, and it seems only Paul holds the key to her sister's mental health. When Hannah dares to speak her mind to him, she realizes that a lie separated them--one Paul knows nothing about. As they work together for Sarah's sake, her feelings for Paul become too strong to ignore.
Will Hannah choose the Englischer world and the man who restored her hope, or will she return to the Plain life–and perhaps to her first love?
Available September 16, 2008
Preorder your copy through www.cbd.com or it will be available at your favorite bookstore starting September 16th.
by Robin Caroll
Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense
It can cure you. Or it can kill you . . .
Tara LeBlanc and Sheriff Theriot lay it all on the line as they stand to lose everything as a killer gets ready to pounce in the untamed Louisiana bayou.
"Romantic suspense south of the Mason-Dixon line--the genre belongs to Robin Caroll"
Colleen Coble, author of Anathema and the Rock Harbor series
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