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All Our Tomorrows

Irene Hannon

Publisher: Love Inspired

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Summary

In this inspirational romance from a RITA Award–winning author, a woman finds self-forgiveness and love with the brother of the fiancé she tragically lost. 
 
After tragically losing the man she was to marry to a suicide bomber, reporter Caroline James sought solace in home and family in St. Louis. Hoping to heal her shattered life, she threw herself into work at a local newspaper. Then David Sloan walked into her office. . . . 
 
When David met Caroline, she was his brother’s fiancée, which only made the feelings he’d felt for her complicated. Surely the Lord had led him back to Caroline for a purpose . . . to help each other past their mutual tragedy and to learn to live and love again.
Available since: 03/12/2018.
Print length: 256 pages.

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