Safe in His Arms

Safe in His Arms

by Dana Corbit
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Safe in His Arms by Dana Corbit

She Wants To Remember. He Wishes He Could Forget.

Lindsay Collins can't remember the accident that injured her and took her sister's life six months ago—but someone can. Trooper Joe Rossetti can't seem to get the images of that night out of his head. Plagued with guilt for not being able to do more to save Lindsay's sister, Joe doesn't want to get close to Lindsay. But when he sees her struggle to relate to the orphaned niece she's now raising, he can't walk away. Lindsay and Joe will have to face their pain and doubts together in order to make a new family bloom.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459212794
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 09/01/2011
Series: Love Inspired Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 481,939
File size: 420 KB

About the Author

Dana Corbit enjoyed sharing tall tales before she learned to write her name, so it came as no surprise when the Indiana native chose a career where she could tell stories every day. An award-winning journalist, she left the workforce to raise her family, but the stories came home with her as she discovered the joy of writing fiction. An award-winning author of fifteen novels, Dana makes her home in southeast Michigan with her husband, three teenage daughters and two tubby kitties.

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Safe in His Arms 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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sunshine1979 More than 1 year ago
I highly reccomend this book. The characters were easy to relare to and the story, while starying off kinda sad, was very good. The theme was that we are valuable in God's eyes and shouldn't pay attention to those who would jiddge us poorly or cut us down or compare us to another. We are unique. God made us who we are for a reason and he loves us. And if he loves us for who we are, we should learn to love ourselves. Powerful message.