Butterfly Garden

Butterfly Garden

by Annette Blair
Butterfly Garden

Butterfly Garden

by Annette Blair



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Amishwoman Sara Lapp, all but shunned for studying with the English doctor to become a midwife, is shocked that, after months of waiting, her first call to tend a birth comes from self-appointed outcast Mad Adam Zuckerman. For his wife's sake, Sara boldly tells Adam that he is killing Abby with so many babies so close, but Abby is already dead.

Adam did not call Sara to tend the birth, but to give her his children. Though Sara knows Abby's girls belong with their father, how can she leave them with a man who seems not to care for them? As much as she loves and wants the girls, she decides that she will only take them long enough to teach Adam to love them.

As a child Adam heard the words, "I do this because I love you," with his father's every abuse. Adam is afraid to love his children, afraid that in doing so, he will hurt them. Without Abby to protect them, Adam must find someone else, and he can think of only one woman strong and brave enough, Spinster Sara Lapp.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150487833
Publisher: ABA LLC
Publication date: 09/18/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 1,047,193
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Annette Blair is an award-winning, NY Times and a USA Today bestselling author. In her forty plus books, indie published and with Penguin Publishing, she’s explored nineteenth-century Amish Country; Regency Britain; and madcap, modern Salem, Massachusetts, where bold women follow the Celtic faith with heart. There, she fought dragons, and fell in love with an angel. More recently, she’s solved mysteries beside Connecticut’s Mystic River. Wherever she lands, she thrives. An adventurer and storyteller at heart, Annette loves spending time with her family, traveling with her husband, antiquing, and hearing from her readers.
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