Keeping Faith

He shoved aside his gloomy musings and tried to spot Faith in the tumble of kids whooping and yelling their way out of the building. ... He smiled, kept his eye out for red and yellow garments. ... I wonder what's keeping Faith?

Author: Janice Macdonald

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781459236417

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Hannah Riley's life revolves around her daughter, Faith They live with Hannah's mother, who refers to the family home as the henhouse. "We're like a bunch of hens clucking around our chick," she explains. Especially true when Hannah's sister and two aunts come to stay. Little Faith is the center of everyone's attention. But now Liam Tully, the man Hannah never stopped loving, is back in town. And he's demanding answers about Faith—the daughter nobody told him about. Life in the henhouse is about to change forever….

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