Overview

Allison Anderson made a mistake moving to the small-town of Ranchville with her young daughter. She's a smart, capable doctor, yet the townspeople treat her like she's incapable of taking care of their simplest problems. Especially the women. No matter what she does she can't change their minds. Rumors fly. She has a child but no husband. Is she really divorced? Or has she never been married?

Then two things happen--Sam Morgan and the annual ...
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Overview

Allison Anderson made a mistake moving to the small-town of Ranchville with her young daughter. She's a smart, capable doctor, yet the townspeople treat her like she's incapable of taking care of their simplest problems. Especially the women. No matter what she does she can't change their minds. Rumors fly. She has a child but no husband. Is she really divorced? Or has she never been married?

Then two things happen--Sam Morgan and the annual Memorial Day celebration. Her willingness to help out seems to change their minds. Or maybe it's Sam's interest in her. If one of their own sees goodness in her, maybe they should give her a chance.

The last thing she needs now is another man to mess with her life and her heart, however. And she needs to think about her daughter now. If her own father didn't want her, how can another man?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016239217
  • Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc
  • Publication date: 3/10/2013
  • Series: The Sisters Calloway , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 496 KB

Meet the Author

Theresa Stillwagon has been writing most of her life. Since one of her teachers praised a poem she wrote for a class assignment, she's been putting words together in the hopes of seeing them in print. Not caring if anyone other than
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