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The Price to Love - cover

The Price to Love

Lorhainne Eckhart

Publisher: Lorhainne Eckhart, INC.

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'A 2015 Readers' Favorite Award Winner'
 
She could give him everything except the one thing he wanted—A child.
 
— Lorhainne Eckhart, is courageous to write a story with a "good guy" who is so despicable in his behavior. That does not ruin the story, though; if anything, it adds realism and volume to the plot.” –Susan—Any book that has me wanting to cry and yell at the characters this much...a story that holds me to it so much I don't want to put it down....THAT is a good book! –Lorna--“I don't know if I should love him or hate him, but I couldn't put it down”—Amazon Customer—“I loved this emotional roller coaster.”—Mimi Barbour, Author—“I was pulled in on the first page and could not put it down until I got to the last page. I love when a writer tells the story about a complete family.”—Susan, ReviewerCandy knows that her husband wants a baby, but she can’t give him one. When Neil pays for a surrogate and moves her into their home, he tells her not to worry, but she suddenly feels as if she’s on the outside looking in.Then, one day, she meets a little girl who steals her heart, a little girl with a damaged, scarred soul filled with the kind of despair and hopelessness that should never be in the innocent eyes of a child. But neither Neil nor his family understand her need to help.As their marriage hangs on brink of disaster Candy is forced to make a choice between her husband and helping this child.

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