FAMILY OF THE HEART
Even though she doesn't need the money, Sarah Randolph hopes her plan to become a nanny works. She needs something to get her mind off the pain of losing the only man she ever loved, and the little girl in her care needs her just as much. Her mother died in childbirth, and her father cannot stand the sight of her. Clayton Bainbridge blames himself for the death of his wife. These two lost souls learn that with the help of a sweet child, there's hope for love after heartbreak. Dorothy Clark's Family of the Heart (4) is a tender, high-emotion story with lovable characters. The romance plays out in the background as the characters learn to let go of past pain.