Waiting for Morning Paperback
by Margaret Brownley;
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Waiting for Morning
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Its 1896 and twenty-one-year-old Molly Hatfield arrives in Cactus Patch following a devastating fire that leaves her hometown of Dobson Creek in ruins. A dance hall girl, shes the sole caretaker of her wheelchair-bound fourteen-year-old brother and cant stop blaming herself for the accident that crippled him. Having lost everything in the fire, shes desperate enough to answer the unusual advertisement for an heiress to a cattle ranch in Arizona Territory. Shell do anything to give her brother a home, even if it means foregoing marriage as the ranch owner insists.
Dr Caleb Fairbanks and his furry sidekick are new to town and hes certain hes never met a woman like Molly. If her purple attire doesnt blind, her dazzling smile will. If only she wasnt so stubborn about her brothers care or so suspicious of doctors then Caleb could help the boy become more independent. But as long as Molly persists in overprotecting her brother she and Caleb will never see eye to eye.
Molly is one tough lady and brassy to boot. Shes the kind of woman the handsome doctor would never consider. But God may have something else in mind.
Waiting for Morning by Margaret Brownley was published by Thomas Nelson in January 2013 and is our 2335th best seller. The ISBN for Waiting for Morning is 9781595549709.
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Details for Waiting for Morning
|Page last updated||8th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Margaret Brownley|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (January 2013)|
|Number of Pages||352|