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A Time to Mend by Angela Hunt

A Time to Mend

by Angela Hunt

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This is a sweet romance. A nurse who keeps people at arms length is in for a struggle when she discovers she has breast cancer. Will the new doctor at her clinic be able to help her--and will she let him?
This was pretty typical romance fare, with the underlying message that we need to trust God to help us trust others. If you like romance novels that lift you up this would be a good read for you. ( )
  debs4jc | Aug 4, 2008 |
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In memory of Jean Hunt,
whose bright spirit lives on in her son.

When we walk to the edge of all the light we have
and step out into the darkness of the unknown,
we must believe there will be something solid to stand on
or that we will be taught how to fly . . .

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A dazzling white blur of sun stood fixed on the eastern horizon, bathing the enormous Chambers-Wyatt Hospital complex in a sterile light.
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An affecting classic romance from Christy Award-winning author Angela Hunt

Her mother's tragic death led Jacquelyn Wilkes to her career as a nurse, in hopes of saving others from similar sorrow. But her carefully built world was shaken when a new doctor, Jonah Martin, arrived at the clinic. Warm with his patients, yet coolly distant toward the nurses, his behavior fueled her mistrust, until she discovered a lump in her breast -- one that was malignant.

In Jonah, Jacquelyn found an unexpected ally in the fight of her life, though she could sense the secret turmoil behind his thoughtful gaze. When past accusations came back to haunt the handsome Jonah, Jacquelyn must find within herself the strength to heal her doctor's wounds.

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