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Dark Hills Rising

by Anne Hampson

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When Andrew MacNeill married Gail he had made it clear that he did not want a wife but a mother for his children; he had not had the best of wives, and his experience of marriage had made him reluctant to trust, let alone love, any woman again.

Gail had resigned herself to the fact that marriage was not for her; a terrible car crash had left her badly scarred, unable to have children, and convinced that no man would ever want her. But she dearly loved children, and had told herself that she had accepted Andrew's proposal because it would at least give her the chance of children--any children--to mother.

But was either of them being completely honest about their motives?
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