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Gift of Grace

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Sometimes good can come from the worst moments…

In a moment of grief, Caleb Tucker made the biggest mistake of his life. He gave away his wife's baby, born under the most tragic circumstances.

Three years later he gets a second chance. All because Sophie Owens walks into his feed store with her little girl—a little girl who looks a lot like his late wife. But in order to get
ebook, Harlequin Superromance #1352, 304 pages
Published October 17th 2011 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published June 13th 2006)
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Caleb Tucker made what he has recently determined to be a hasty decision the day that his wife died, he gave her child up for adoption. Laney was the love of life and three years later, he still struggles day to day to try and put the grief behind him. When he spots Sophie Owens and her daughter Grace in his store, he knows almost instantly that Grace belonged to Laney.

Three years ago, Sophie received the most precious gift that anyone could ever give her but now her world is turned upside down
A Gift of Grace pulls at your emotions in so many ways. A tragedy eventually claims a life and ends a young marriage for one family yet welcomes a life and builds a family for someone across town. Caleb loses his wife and gives up the one reminder he would have from the tragedy; after three years of just surviving he sees the little girls and realizes he has not living. He wants her back to right the wrong he was done when he lost his lovely wife Laney. Sophie started living because of Grace and ...more
I didn't really care for the novel. I found it to be unrealistic and too damn sad at times. Not to mention the whole fact of what occurred in the novel. If someone threatened to take my child away, I would not be having feelings for him.
Paperback. Lexi lent it to me.
Not a bad story line but very predictible. By Chapter three you knew how the book would end, but it was a nice easy read, and I like a happy ending.
Omg, this story was heart breaking almost to the end. I cried several times while reading the book. Overall I thought it was a really good book.
It has been awhile since I read this. All I remember is that my heart was breaking for Caleb, Sophie and Grace. Very touching.
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