Mountain Brook Ink
On Sale: August 1, 2017
Featuring: McKenna Nichols; Rudy Taylor
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Women's Fiction | Christian | Romance
Can they keep their friendship pure when their hearts long
McKenna Nichols, a young wife abandoned by her husband in
favor of his work, is left alone to raise their autistic
child. She promised to love him until death parted them. But
when circumstances drive a wedge into their marriage and
Dane chooses to escape what life has dealt them, how long
can she be strong? Can she remain faithful to her marriage
vows when tempted by the friendship of an unlikely stranger?
Rudy Taylor, who senses McKenna's loneliness and understands
the difficulty of raising her daughter, struggles to keep
his concern for the young woman biblical. Will McKennaís
faith in God and Rudyís commitment to his Lord be enough to
keep their relationship simple until McKenna's husband one
Mended Hearts - Lee
13 comments posted.
Re: An Anchor on Her Heart
Looks like a great read so hope I win.
(Jean Benedict 12:31pm August 27, 2017)
This novel sounds captivating and wonderful.
(Sharon Berger 12:40pm August 27, 2017)
(Kris Mihalov 11:44am August 28, 2017)
What an amazingly well articulated article! Thanks so very
much for this and nice to meet you!
(Kathleen Bylsma 4:11pm August 28, 2017)
Looks like an awesome book, keep up the good work!
(Dynal Roberson 6:20pm August 28, 2017)
I am looking for something new to read!
(Nicole Davis 10:12pm August 28, 2017)
Sounds like a wonderful story. Thanks for the chance.
(Tanja Dancy 7:39am August 29, 2017)
What a gift your story will be to those dealing with autism. My daughter teaches "special needs" children and loves the rewards of seeing them progress into new adventures of learning and coping. Stories like your bring hope for a better future.
(Sharon Mitchell 5:29pm August 30, 2017)
Would love to read this - thanks!
(Amber Mancebo 7:31pm August 31, 2017)
Autism is so difficult. Your book sounds amazing.
(Debra Guyette 8:02pm August 31, 2017)
Even after reading some articles about autism, I still don't understand it. I would love to read your book. I have an idea you added insight into autism along with an interesting story.
(Anna Speed 12:28pm September 1, 2017)
looks like a good book to read
(Ann Unger 6:23pm September 1, 2017)
What an inspirational story. Thanks for the chance to win
(Tanja Dancy 9:23pm September 1, 2017)
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