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  • Posted July 17, 2012

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    And Father Makes Three by Kim Watters Dr. Elizabeth Randall rece

    And Father Makes Three by Kim Watters
    Dr. Elizabeth Randall receives an unexpected visitor at the hospital….a man who says he is the father of her adopted daughter, and he has proof.. As if she don’t have enough on her plate with Jordan having leukemia and getting weaker each day while waiting for a bone marrow transplant. And yet the handsome fireman is determined to work himself into their lives. She also carries a secret from the past that brings more guilt as she gets to know Blake.

    Blake Crawford can’t believe he’s a father and hasn’t been told about it for almost ten years. And to find his daughter only to face losing her. His own father had failed him but he was determined to learn to be a good one for his daughter and to do all he could to help her recover. He also fights the past as the hospital reminds him of his father who had disowned him.

    Blake and Elizabeth learn to work together for Jordan even while they each harbor their own fears. I couldn’t stop reading as I was pulled into the story. More than the romance, Kim also brings out real life issues such as the struggles of parents wanting to help their children who are sick but it’s out of their control and in God’s hands. A portion of the proceeds for this book will go to organizations to help defray the costs associated with the testing to be a donor.

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