Passing Through Midnight [NOOK Book]

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Dr. Dorie Devries needs a place to hide and recover, mentally and physically, after a shocking attack – and the small town of Colby, Kansas looks like the perfect place to be invisible. But she doesn’t stay invisible to farmer Gil Howett and his two sons who live a mile across the way.

Dorie wants to be alone, but finds herself drawn time and again to the Howett men. Their ...
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Passing Through Midnight

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Overview


Dr. Dorie Devries needs a place to hide and recover, mentally and physically, after a shocking attack – and the small town of Colby, Kansas looks like the perfect place to be invisible. But she doesn’t stay invisible to farmer Gil Howett and his two sons who live a mile across the way.

Dorie wants to be alone, but finds herself drawn time and again to the Howett men. Their care, understanding, and faith in her is exactly the medicine she needs to rediscover her personal strength, and the woman she once was.

From New York Times bestselling author Mary Kay McComas, PASSING THROUGH MIDNIGHT was originally published as part of Bantam Dell’s Loveswept line.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781626810884
  • Publisher: Diversion Books
  • Publication date: 4/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 1,280,004
  • File size: 276 KB

Meet the Author


Mary Kay McComas was raised in the Great Pacific Northwest city of Spokane, Washington. Third of six children. Mary Kay went to college, and for ten years after that she worked as an intensive care nurse in a hospital. Then she met her future husband, a lawyer, and her Prince Charming. The couple moved to the Shenandoah Valley in Northern Virginia, and raised four wonderful children. After Mary Kay's children came along she didn't think things could get any better. But guess what, they did! On a dare from her husband to "write a better novel than that," Mary Kay took a stab at writing something longer than a letter and more fun than a college term paper. It was not Mary Kay's intention to start a third career as a writer. However, as luck would have it, she was fortunate enough to find an encouraging agent and helpful, supportive editors. She hopes her stories will bring a little happiness into your life!
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