Synopses & Reviews
"I'm going to have a baby. Me. Ann. My dad is not gonna understand."
Fourteen-year-old Ann was right. Richard Small didn't understand how he and his daughter had grown so far apart, or why he was angry all the time. Missing his late wife more than ever, he arranged for a Big Sister to offer Ann the support he felt incapable of giving himself.
Enter Monica Albright. Adopted as a baby by a wealthy and caring family, Monica wanted to pass on the blessings granted to her. At thirty-two, she had a lot of love to give her new Little Sister.
What Monica didn't count on was falling in love with Ann's father. Or that the very person who had brought them together could untimely keep them apart. . .
"Bedford. . .should appeal to readers of faith who enjoy an inspirational love story wrapped around deeper issues." (Publisher's Weekly)
"Deborah Bedford grabs the reader by the heart and doesn't let go." (New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber)
- This is inspirational fiction that borders on women's fiction.
- Deborah wrote of Harlequin Superromance in the early '90s and went on to become a bestselling author for HarperCollins before turning exclusively to Christian fiction in 2001.
- Her books have appeared on the USA Today and CBA bestseller lists, in addition to being Doubleday Book Club selections.
- Her writing has been compared to that of Nicholas Sparks and Francine Rivers.
The "USA Today" bestselling author pens the moving story of a woman who becomes a Big Sister to a pregnant teen in gratitude to God for having been adopted into a wonderful, faith-filled family. She then falls in love with the teenager's widowed father. Reissue.
About the Author
Award-winning author Deborah Bedford's fifteen novels include CBA and USA TODAY bestsellers. She lives with her husband and two children in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.