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Mara Nightingale becomes Roz's first friend in Mills River. In spite of their many differences, the girls discover they have something in common that binds them together-both are hiding secrets. So they make a promise -"cross my heart and hope to die"-never to tell anyone else.
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Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Mara Nightingale becomes Roz's first friend in Mills River. In spite of their many differences, the girls discover they have something in common that binds them together--both are hiding secrets. So they make a promise--"cross my heart and hope to die"--never to tell anyone else.
When danger stalks the Anthonys, Tillie exhibits unimaginable courage and selfless love in her determination to protect the family she has adopted as her own.
jaygarzSalt Lake City UTAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Favorite New AuthorJune 10, 2011jaygarzSalt Lake City UTAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5CB introduced me to Ann Tatlock and I really enjoy her books. I recently purchased a NOOK and this was my 1st
ebook from CB. It won't be my last! Promises To Keep was a sweet story which views life through the eyes of the young (Roz) and the old (Tillie). It's one of those that you start and can't put down and wish for more after the last page.