A New Life by Mildred Colvin

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She’s city. He’s Country. She just found out they have something in common. Her son! Kimberly Burris and Travis Graham have a past. Circumstances and family caused their break-up seven years ago and both married other people. Now they’re single again, and Kimberly has shocking news. DNA proves without doubt her husband is not the father of her son. That leaves only one choice. Accept the housekeeping job on Travis’s ranch and pray for courage to tell him he’s the father of her six-year-old son. Travis lost his wife and son and feels he’s to blame. He figures Kim won’t last in the country, and he fears her city-bred son will get hurt, or worse, on his ranch. The kid appeals to Travis in a way he doesn’t understand, but there are too many dangers on a ranch for a small child. So he tells Kim her boy had better stay out of the way, or they’ll have to leave. Kimberly has to decide what’s best—keeping her secret from Travis and her son or taking the chance that Travis will become the father their son desperately needs.

About Mildred Colvin

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Mildred Colvin is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Christian Authors Network, and is active in two very special critique groups. She is also active in her church and enjoys special times with her husband, children, and grandchildren. Her hobbies, when she has time, include quilting, photography, and gardening. Of course, reading is more than a hobby. It's a way of life.Mildred has been writing sweet inspirational romance since 2001, and is an award-winning author of fifteen novels in both historical and contemporary themes, including two compilations, three e-books, and one audio book.
Published December 18, 2013 by Romantic Reflection Books. 175 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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