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The Baby Promise (Home on the Ranch #1)

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On leave from the army, Nick Colter heads to a quiet Alberta ranch to fulfill a promise. His buddy left behind a pregnant wife in need of protection and friendship that only Nick can provide. Despite years in combat, he isn't prepared for the battle to earn wary Beth Carruthers's trust. There is more than grief in her beautiful blue eyes, and caring for her becomes more th...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense (first published December 21st 2010)
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A woman's not as upset about the death of her husband in Afghanistan as her inlaws and his war buddy think she should be. Still, they stand by her as she's expecting a baby. But will she stand by them?

Decent story about how God sometimes has other plans.
Melody Cox
I had difficulty getting into the book and it did not hold my attention.I didn't care for the storyline although I love most anything with a baby in it. To me, the story moved at a very slow pace.

Beth was a bitter woman who lost her husband to the war. She has a right to be bitter but she holds onto her secrets way to long.

Nick was her late husband's best friend. He made a promise to look out for Beth and the baby she was carrying. I liked him but I feel he was weak as the hero.

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I didn't really get into it but I liked that it was based in Alberta which is my home
Phyllis Swain
Soldier Nick Coulter keeps apromise to a fellow soldier who died.
This was such a nice refreshing read, no racy parts, and it's love inspired and I loved it.
This was a really great book for a wintertime in home snuggled in a blanket and hot cocoa:)
i love it i love books that are love story's and that honer god
Sharon Sherman
An interesting afternoon read.
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