By Thomas Kinkade
Now that the Cape mild election is over, Mayor Emily Warwick can eventually specialize in her burgeoning courting with Sara-the daughter she gave up for adoption 20 years in the past. Seeing her in any case those years has stirred up a few conflicting emotions for Emily. whereas she is thankful to have Sara again in her lifestyles, she can not help yet remorse their years aside. ordinarily she could flip to Reverend Ben for counsel, yet turmoil inside his circle of relatives has encouraged a obstacle of religion for the minister, making him query even if he's certified to counsel his congregants. after which there is the truth that Emily is slowly falling for newspaper writer Dan Forbes, who'd been ready to depart for a longer crusing journey till an coincidence dashed his plans-giving him and Emily extra time to improve their bond. yet with grown childrens of his personal, may Dan ever are looking to begin one other kin? Emily hopes so-because she's longing for a moment likelihood at life...
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Then looked back at the grill and pushed the potatoes around. “Well, that makes some sense, I guess,” he said ﬁnally. “Maybe you can do me a favor and stand out there in that crossroads and direct the trafﬁc. ” He heard Tucker chuckle softly, trying to brighten the mood. Charlie forced a tight smile while inside he felt his gut still churning, his heart heavy with doubt. He didn’t know what was happening between him and Lucy. And for the ﬁrst time, he honestly felt afraid. SARA FRANKLIN ARRIVED AT THE NEWSPAPER OFFICE AT A QUARTER TO nine on Monday morning, thinking she was so early she might need to wait at the door for someone to let her in.
Thank you, God. Thank you for helping us ﬁnd him,” Luke mumbled, as he pulled open the scarf at Digger’s neck to check his breathing. He was breathing, but his skin color was bad, pale and bluish. He needed medical attention immediately. Luke hoped it wasn’t already too late. He pulled off his jacket and bundled it around Digger like a blanket. It wasn’t much, but it would have to do until the EMS crew got to him, Luke thought. Suddenly Digger stirred. He opened his eyes and looked at Luke, though Luke wasn’t at all sure that the old man recognized him.
He didn’t know what was happening between him and Lucy. And for the ﬁrst time, he honestly felt afraid. SARA FRANKLIN ARRIVED AT THE NEWSPAPER OFFICE AT A QUARTER TO nine on Monday morning, thinking she was so early she might need to wait at the door for someone to let her in. But the door was open, and she could see through the storefrontstyle windows that the ofﬁce—a large room with a row of computers on desks—was already stirring. A woman about her age sat at the desk nearest the door, talking on the phone while she scribbled notes on a pad.
A Gathering Place (Cape Light, Book 3) by Thomas Kinkade