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Birthday Wish

Joyce Livingston

Publisher: Barbour Books

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Wishing won't change the past. If it could, Catherine Barton would have never seen her marriage annulled by her husband's interfering socialite parents. And Cat wouldn't be left alone to raise her daughter, Sunni. It's been many years since Jonah Shelton was forced to annul his marriage to Catherine. Since accepting Christ, Jonah has wanted to make up for the cowardice that ripped him from Cat's arms and broke her heart. When Sunni's tenth birthday wish is for a daddy, will she get more than she bargained for?

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