Ready-Made Family (Wings of Refuge, #3)
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Ready-Made Family (Wings of Refuge #3)

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Amelia North needs refuge, and finds it--in Refuge, Illinois. Stranded there after a car wreck, the single mother expects to be cold-shouldered. After all, she's already been rejected by her parents, her church and her daughter's father. Instead, she finds a town full of people with open hands and open hearts...including pararescue jumper Ben Dillinger. Ben wants to help A...more
Mass Market Paperback, Love Inspired, #490, 217 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Steeple Hill Books (first published January 1st 2009)
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Cathy Bryant
Ready-Made Family tells the story of Amelia North, a single mom who is desperately trying to build a life for her and her daughter, Reece. The story opens in a mall parking lot in Refuge, Illinois. Amelia passes out in the summer heat and wrecks her car. Reece goes in search of help.

Ben Dillinger, a pararescue jumper, steps in and saves Amelia from a situation that has turned critical. Something about the young mother and daughter has captured his compassion and concern, and he vows to do all he...more
Sheri Salatin
I won this book on a blog drawing and Cheryl Wyatt signed and sent it to me. I think this personal touch made me like it more than I normally would have. To "know" the author and then read the story that she wrote makes it extra special. This really was a very sweet book. A story that really touches your heart. Cheryl did an amazing job bringing the characters to life.
Kym McNabney
This was the first book I read by this author, and she has now been added to my, "favorite authors", list. I can't say anything bad about her writing or the story. It was wonderfully written, and I loved the characters and their stories. Who wouldn't want a, Ben in their life? You can bet I'll be looking for her name when I'm scanning the books at the store.
Another great book by this author. Emotionally dynamic and a fun, light read.
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She has accident
He rescues her and daughter
Heart-warming story
It was alright. It was corny at times with too many coincidences.
Not as good as the first two, but still pretty neat.
It wasn't my favorite of hers, but it was still good...
Sarah Cole
such a sweet book. def would recommend it
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