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By Thomas Kinkade

Now that the Cape gentle election is over, Mayor Emily Warwick can ultimately specialise in her burgeoning dating with Sara-the daughter she gave up for adoption two decades in the past. Seeing her in spite of everything those years has stirred up a few conflicting emotions for Emily. whereas she is thankful to have Sara again in her existence, she can not help yet remorse their years aside. as a rule she may flip to Reverend Ben for advice, yet turmoil inside of his family has encouraged a quandary of religion for the minister, making him query even if he's certified to tips his congregants. after which there is the truth that Emily is slowly falling for newspaper writer Dan Forbes, who'd been prepared to depart for a longer crusing journey until eventually an twist of fate dashed his plans-giving him and Emily extra time to strengthen their bond. yet with grown young children of his personal, might Dan ever are looking to begin one other kinfolk? Emily hopes so-because she's longing for a moment probability at life...

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Sara steered her hatchback down the gravel road to the cottages, carefully avoiding familiar dips and ruts. Pulling into the lot, Sara spotted Luke’s 4Runner parked alongside Sam Morgan’s pickup truck. She parked and got out, walking toward the sound of hammers, which echoed through the winter woods. She followed the path to the cottages and looked around the property to see where they were working today. Things looked different to her, though it was only a couple of weeks since she last visited.

She was the only one he really wanted to be with right now. He smiled to himself, staring out at the dark, empty highway. She’d be back in three days. That wasn’t long at all. It suddenly seemed like his reward. * * 37 * T HOMAS K INKADE AND K ATHERINE S PENCER EMILY ENTERED THE HOSPITAL’S EMERGENCY WING WITH LUKE AND SAW a cluster of familiar faces gathered around Grace Hegman. Grace was wiping her red-rimmed eyes with a tissue, as Harry Reilly stood to one side, patting her shoulder. Carolyn Lewis sat beside her.

You and Lucy are just hitting a little . . ” 43 T HOMAS K INKADE AND K ATHERINE S PENCER Charlie stalked back to the grill and turned a row of bacon strips. “It’s worse than that, Tucker. Much worse. Lucy is just not the woman I married. I hardly know what to expect from her one minute to the next. You saw the way she bolted out of here just now. Did you ever see anything like that? The old Lucy would never have done anything like that,” he grumbled. “Well, people change. That’s true,” Tucker agreed.

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