Nearly

Deborah Raney

Nearly by Deborah Raney
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fiction Religion, Romance
For readers of:Karen Kingsbury, Jan Karon, Catherine West, Denise Hunter, Nicholas Sparks
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Print Length354
ISBN978-1535151337
PublisherRaney Day Press
Publication DateJuly 6, 2016
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

For Claire Anderson, her position as a teacher in Hanover Falls, Missouri is the realization of a long-held dream. In this loving small-town community where her beloved grandmother resides, she attempts to cast aside the memories of her troubled childhood.Michael Meredith finds worth as a nursing care home administrator. Until an unwelcome investigation concerning suspicious deaths among the home’s residents threatens his career and his integrity. In the midst of this crisis, friendship blooms and deepens between Michael and Claire—until an agonizing secret is revealed. One that may tear the delicate fabric of their love. Is their faith strong enough to survive their astonishing discovery?Deborah Raney has woven an intriguing tale… Her characters breathe life as they struggle with deep, heartfelt needs. What I loved most was the message that hidden sins and a painful past cannot be stuffed away and forgotten without the cleansing power of God's forgiveness. —an amazon.com reviewer This novel was originally published as Kindred Bond. It has been expanded and updated from the original edition.

About the Author

DEBORAH RANEY's first novel, A Vow to Cherish, inspired the World Wide Pictures film of the same title. Her more than thirty books have since won the RITA Award, ACFW Carol Award, HOLT Medallion, National Readers' Choice Award, and have—three times—been Christy Award finalists. Home at Last, the fifth and final book in Deb's Chicory Inn Novels series from Abingdon Press, releases February 2017. Deb and her husband, Ken Raney, enjoy life in Kansas. They have four children and a growing brood of grandchildren, who all live much too far away.