Who Wasn't Trying To Fix Up Dr. Zack Hemingway?
Even his boss had handpicked two of his three daughters as perfect candidates for the position of Zack's wife. But it was the other daughter who'd caught Zack's no-longer roving eye.
A sweet Christian woman who worked with children in need, Chloe Kilgannon possessed everything he wanted in a wife. Except a willingness to say I do. Why? What was Chloe hidingor hiding from? Zack had to find out before he lost Chloe for good. For when his own family dropped a life-changing bombshell on him, he knew that some secrets were truly meant to be shared.
|Publisher:||Steeple Hill Love Inspired|
|Series:||Love Inspired Series|
|File size:||169 KB|
About the Author
Putting pockets in the backs of her family's hardcover books, then loaning them to her little elementary-school friends (never to see them again) should have been an omen that Gail was headed for a literary career.
In the third grade, her teacher wrote a note on her report card: "Gail is a good writer." This prophetic statement didn't surface fully until many, many years later when she began submitting church programs and services for publication. A Christmas worship service book was her first published work.
Yet even before that, Gail wrote poetry, Nancy Drew-style mysteries, love stories that usually ended with the heroine getting run over by a truck (she had a lot to learn), and humorous skits to entertain her fellow schoolteachers.
Following a marriage that failed, Gail met the man of her dreams at a divorced singles' organization. Bob shared her love of family and music, values, and faith in God. They were married 11 months later - a "marriage made in heaven," everyone said. And they were correct.
After 15 years of marriage, her husband still tucks little presents in her luggage when she travels, proofreads all her work (and understands point-of-view - a writing term - problems), and doesn't leave her side without a kiss.
Retired as a public high school English teacher, Gail became an adjunct English instructor at Davenport University and a published author. She spends her time planted in front of a computer and loves every minute of it.
Gail enjoys hearing from her readers. Write to her at P.O. Box 760063, Lathrup Village, MI 48076, and visit her web site at www.gailmartin.com.
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