The Parson's Christmas Gift by Kerri Mountain

By Kerri Mountain

Wanting to get away her earlier, pass over trip Smith heads deep into Montana Territory. Then a negative coincidence strands her within the tiny city of Walten in the course of the Christmas season. The townspeople welcome trip into their hearts and houses, prime her to dream of a standard lifestyles, filled with happiness, holidays—and the town's good-looking parson.

Enchanted by means of the attractiveness, Zane Thompson is aware trip isn't really what she turns out. yet she can't—or won't—trust him together with her secrets and techniques, in particular whilst her previous reappears with a vengeance. quickly the parson needs to danger his existence and his religion to provide trip the best Christmas reward of all—his heart.

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Miss Rose smiled, skin pulled paper-thin over her round cheeks. She seemed about to say something when Zane’s hammer interrupted. Journey caught her motion to take a plate and pass a cloth-wrapped sandwich her way. Then the ladies bowed their heads without a word while she twitched in her seat. ” Miss Rose said when the pounding stopped. ” Hank had shown her that often enough. ” “Nonsense. I’ve been looking for someone to move out here and help me some. My old bones can’t go like they used to. I’ve been praying the Lord would send just the right person.

Was there any way to explain how grateful she was for the kindness they’d shown and make them understand that she couldn’t allow it anymore? It didn’t seem likely, not without telling too much. “I’m not one to be hemmed in,” she said. She fisted the blankets around her and slid down into the pillow. “Believe me, I can understand that,” Abby said. Her eyebrows lifted, and Journey braced herself for more questions. “I didn’t expect you to ride so far out of town. We were looking for you to come back any time when Zane came pounding on the door.

He rubbed his tired eyes, wincing when he nudged the lump on the side of his head. He’d gladly trade it all to be rebuilding his dream with Sarah, rather than continuing it without her. Zane made his way into the little house he’d built for himself. The Lord had called him to the ministry, and he had believed at one time that Sarah had been the one to be his helpmate in it. But hadn’t the Lord shown him otherwise by taking her so soon from him? He’d failed somehow—failed to protect his family when they needed him most.

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