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More Than Friends

Tamela Hancock Murray

Publisher: Barbour Books

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Since her husband's death on a job site, Lexie thinks life will never be normal again. She's forced to leave her four-year-old daughter, Piper, with her parents while she settles into a new job in a different city. The separation is hard, but Lexie finds it just as difficult to deal with an old friend's romantic interests. Theo Powers knew Lexie in college and has never forgotten her. When he sees her once again, old feelings of love return - and his dreams of traveling and writing are only enhanced by adding Lexie to the picture. When Theo learns she has a daughter, will that cause their relationship to end? Or, with God's guidance, can they be more than friends?

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