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by Cathy Marie Hake

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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Hake knows what readers want: romance, laughter and big-hearted characters who know that God never closes one door without first opening another. This story will stay with readers long after the cover is closed.

In 1892 London, Millicent Fairweather is heartbroken when her employer informs her that he will no longer need her as a nanny. She decides to go with her sister, Isabelle, and Isabelle's husband to America.

Daniel Clark needs to find a nanny for his son and hires Millicent for the task. When a tragedy occurs on the ship, he marries her so that she and her sister aren't sent back to London. While it's only a marriage of convenience for her, Daniel loses his heart and has his work cut out to prove to his wife that their whirlwind marriage is the real deal. (Bethany House, Sep., 384 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: Bethany House

Published: September 2008

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