Lane Taylor doesn’t realize how much she still loves Daniel until she’s standing face-to-face with him after so many years apart. Once upon a time, they’d dreamed of a life together. Now, when it seems they might get a second chance, she has to decide whether to divulge the secret she’s sure will shatter their happily-ever-after.
I have always loved Robin Bayne stories, and she delighted me yet again with The Prodigal Son. Filled with excitement and adventure, tears and laughter, the twists and turns will keep you reading until you reach The End! ---(Loree Lough, author of 75 award-winning novels, including Love Finds You in North Pole, Alaska.)
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She must keep her grandfather's final legacy in her family, but Michael claims to need it for his career. He also claims to want Megan back in his life, and her betraying heart doesn't mind the idea...but does Michael want her or the painting?
Winner of the ACFW's 2002 Book of the Year Award for Best e-published book, contemp novella category. (Now known as the Carol Award.)
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The Artist’s Granddaughter
When Megan bids on her grandfather's painting,the last thing she expects is to be outbid by Michael Kirk, her first love. He left town years ago leaving her reputation--and her heart--in tatters.
Daniel Gardner is making a grand entrance at his brother’s
wedding. The problem is, no one has seen him in years. Unsure of his welcome,
this prodigal son needs the years and the hearts of his family to miraculously
melt for a fresh start…but he may not be the only one needing to