After her husband, Nate, is reported killed in Colombia, missionary Daria Camfield returns to the States to give birth to their daughter. Determined to move on, she marries veterinarian Cole Hunter. But then she receives startling news---Nate is alive! Will she return to her first husband or stay with Cole, a man she cherishes? 320 pages, softcover from Waterbrook.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 320 Vendor: Random House, Inc Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches) ISBN: 0307458768 ISBN-13: 9780307458766 Availability: In Stock
Her Second Husband Healed the Sorrow of a Tragic Loss. Her First Has Just Returned from the Dead. Which Man Has the Right to Claim Darias Heart?
After two years of serving as a missionary in a remote area of South America, Daria Camfield has returned to the States to mourn her husband, reportedly killed while providing medical aid to a neighboring Colombian village.
One family discovers how God can redeem any tragedy.
At first, Daria finds comfort only in the daughter born to her after Nates tragic death. As she begins to heal, she also finds a listening ear and a tender heart in her new boss, veterinarian Colson Hunter. Determined to move forward with life, Daria ignores the still small voice calling her to wait and accepts Coles marriage proposal. But after the wedding, Darias new dream life turns into a nightmare with the arrival of an unbelievable telegram: "Nathan Camfield found alive. Flying into K.C. Intl. via Bogota…"
Now two men have the right to her daughter, her life, and her love. Will Daria return to her beloved first husband, abandoning Cole? Or will she reject Nate and choose the only man her daughter has ever called "Daddy"--a man she has come to cherish with all her heart?
DEBORAH RANEY is at work on her 20th novel. Her books have won the RITA Award, HOLT Medallion, National Readers' Choice Award, Silver Angel, and have twice been Christy Award finalists. Her first novel, A Vow to Cherish, inspired the World Wide Pictures film of the same title. Deb and her husband, Ken Raney, enjoy small-town life in Kansas. They are new empty nesters with four grown children and two grandsons, all of whom live much too far away.