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Miracle of Love
Fearing for the life of her prematurely born son, turn-of-the-century Texas woman Erina O'Shea is unable to believe her fortune when the baby and she are transported one hundred years into the future and into the life of Grant Kirby. Original.
Paperback, 362 pages
Published October 1st 1996 by Love Spell
(first published 1996)
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It isn't fair to judge a book published so long ago by today's gender and equality standards. But even considering this, I still had some problems relating to the hero fetishizing the heroine's post-baby body and breastfeeding in general. Grant was kind of cardboard-lusty, and while he promised the heroine he would respect her religious beliefs and always stop when she said no (and yes, he followed through with the promise of restraint), he kept pressuring her with physical advances and, when in ...more
Grateful that the heavy doors to St. Mary’s Cathedral were still open at midnight, Erina O’Shea entered with her infant son and knelt at the altar, hoping and praying for a miracle. She had been told that Colin had little chance of survival, and afraid for her baby’s life, she offered her prayers up to the Blessed Virgin that Colin would be healed. Although her faith was strong, Erina was not prepared for the manner in which the Blessed Virgin answered her prayers for a miracle. Opening her eyes ...more