Home to Singing Trees
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Home to Singing Trees

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Escaping her painful past, Sarah Williamson finds a new life for her loved ones when she takes a position as housekeeper with Liam McKissick at Singing Trees Farm, an idyllic place considering the horrors she’s faced. Sarah, her daughter, and young sister-in-law feel at home as her heart warms to Liam, but then her daughter is kidnapped and danger again threatens her seren...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published September 16th 2010 by The Wild Rose Press
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Yes I started and finished this book last night. I could not put it down as I wanted a happy ending for everyone.

Sarah is trying to start new life for her, her daughter and her sister-in-law. She has moved them to a new town and is going to be the housekeeper for the towns Doctor. What she is not looking for is Love.
The town Doctor Liam lost his wife over a year ago and needs a woman to cook and clean for him, his daughter, father-in-law and brother. He does not believe in Love anymore.
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