Safe Refuge

Safe Refuge

by Ginny Mcblain
Safe Refuge

Safe Refuge

by Ginny Mcblain



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A preacher shouldn't look like a woman's dream come true. Especially a woman whose past is anything but savory. But the house across from the church is too good a rental bargain to resist, and the preacher is a really nice guy. Although determined to keep a good distance between herself and Reverend Holliman, Kirsten finds herself captured first by the music of the carillon, and then by his daughter, Hope, an adorable two-year-old with a mind of her own. She resists developing any connection with the church, believing herself sullied by her past.
If Michael were wise, he would have as little to do with Kirsten as possible. She is too attractive, a father desperately in need of someone to care for his daughter but who won't spoil Hope rotten. He is far too aware of her beauty. She stirs his senses and thaws his frozen heart. Worse yet, he needs someone to help with the church's youth group, and Kirsten is, after all, a teacher. Does he need any other excuse to involve her in the church's activities?
Unfortunately, a cantankerous member of the church's Board has taken Kirsten in extreme dislike. He and his wife have been babysitting Hope since her birth and are furious that she has supplanted them, has, in fact, become Hope's favorite person next to her father. When an ice storm forces Michael and Kirsten into a compromising situation, Hazel and Horace immediately think the worst and do their best to stir up the congregation, as well as drive Kirsten and Michael apart.
Michael and Kirsten are each others' best hope for a bright, loving future, but the obstacles facing them seem almost too great to overcome. A combination of time, prayer and love may be the only solution to their dilemma.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161209011
Publisher: Uncial Press
Publication date: 06/14/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 657 KB

About the Author

Ginny McBlain is a pioneer in the field of electronic publishing. Her first e-book, Heart Broken, Heart Whole, was released in 1996. Both Bear Hugs and Faith, Hope and Charity were finalists in the EPPIE contest. Solemn Vows was nominated for the Frankfurt Award. She has served in writing organizations in many capacities, including two terms as President of the Romance Authors of the Heartland, First President of EPIC, the Electronically Published Internet Connection (later EPIC, the Electronic Publishing Industry Coalition) and the first EPIC conference chair.

She lives in Nebraska in the heartland of the USA with her husband of 50 years, whom she met on an airplane during her days as an airline stewardess. Their son, daughter-in-law and the five grandchildren live close-by. Ginny spends her “spare” time attending her grandchildren’s school concerts and shows and is active in her church. She has a herd of dusty elephants on parade throughout her house. Display cases protect over 130 thimbles from eager little fingers. With her camera generally close at hand, she captures pictures the grand kids’ antics and sunsets to her heart’s content. She loves to create her own recipes and to entertain, as well as decorate her home.
Ginny’s books are available from Uncial Press, in a variety of electronic formats. Visit her web site,
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