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A Suitor for Rebekah - Windy Gap Wishes #2 - cover

A Suitor for Rebekah - Windy Gap Wishes #2

Naomi Miller, Rachel L. Miller

Publisher: S&G Publishing

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After their parents marry, the Fisher kids must find a place within the family for Rebekah, who is not at all used to such chaos – having grown up with a father who was ill most of her life, a mother who spent her days taking care of a sick husband and grandparents who doted on her to the point where she felt more like their daughter than their grand-daughter.   
Now she must find her place in the loud, rambunctious, sometimes nosy Fisher family and the community of Windy Gap.  
Could love be the thing that will make her stay or will she turn her back on even that to return to familiarity?

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