Past Secrets, Present Love

Past Secrets, Present Love

by Lois Richer
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Past Secrets, Present Love by Lois Richer

To: Jared
From: Kelly
Re: More shocking news for the Richmond Gazette

As director of the Tiny Blessings adoption agency, I appreciate the unbiased way you've reported all the scandalous information that's come out recently in the Gazette. Now I have another exclusive for you: investigator Ross Van Zandt broke the news to me last night—I am the missing baby, the child taken from her mother at birth. It was quite a shock, but with God's help, I can come to terms with this. I'm hoping Ross will help me uncover my biological father's identity, but he seems hesitant....

Off the record—the handsome P.I. has caught more than my professional interest.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459203679
Publisher: Steeple Hill Books
Publication date: 02/21/2011
Series: Tiny Blessings
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 459,987
File size: 644 KB

About the Author

With almost two million books in print worldwide, in suspense and romance genres, Lois Richer writes about characters bold enough to face life's problems head on. Lois works hard to leave readers with a sense of hope as well as a hunger to know more about the God of whom she writes. Married for 25 years, Lois and her husband love to travel. Their small prairie town offers the perfect home base to contemplate God's inifinite love.

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i really loved this book. Actually i loved all the love inspired book, but i guess i relate to the characters of this book. i know im a hopeless romantic and all but guess i wish it never ended