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Job's Tears by Rose Ross Zediker
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Job's Tears

by Rose Ross Zediker

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Nothing can stop Sarah. Since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Sarah Buckley is in denial and determined to prove the pessimists wrong. Her life changes'including a new career and a new hobby'cause her mom and best friend to voice concerns that she's overdoing. To Sarah, though, overdoing is good sent from God. As a Sanders man, Mark Sanders is better off not committing. . .and so are the women he dates. After all, his father abandoned his mother when she was diagnosed with MS, and Mark fears he'll follow in his father's footsteps. That is, until Sarah Buckley signs up for a quilt class at Mark's shop and his fear of commitment turns to fear of losing out on love. Can Sarah and Mark see past the beliefs that blind them and embrace the true good God has placed in their lives'… (more)

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