Blood Brothers Book Two by Sadie Cuffe
Warrior's Journey

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Ex-bad boy Rand Adams is serious about his new faith and opening a wilderness camp for troubled teens.

But he’s burned too many bridges.

One of them is Molly Stuart, his former best friend’s wife.

Molly blames Rand for her husband’s death and for skipping out on the funeral. But when her son lies about contacting a stranger, Molly has no choice but to keep the potential runaway safe at remote Rock N’ Anchor Mountain Retreat with Rand, a man she doesn’t like and doesn’t trust.

Rand wants to make up for past sins but he can’t let Molly get too close and he can’t let her out of his sight. The mysterious Warrior, a deadly eco-predator from his former life, threatens them all with a big environmental “killing” on the mountain.

Can Rand and Molly forgive the past, survive the present, and follow their hearts to a new future?

About Sadie Cuffe

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We grew up in the 60s -- two brothers with perfect snowball aim, neighborhood pick-up games, a small church in the pines with a scary outhouse, and a school by the lake where you jumped into first grade because there was no kindergarten. As a team, we bring the strength of sisterhood to our writing, as well as the spice of differing perspectives on everything from Sophie's Type-A need to EXACTLY follow the recipe, to Sadie's backing up using mirrors. SCARY! In addition to freelance writing we run a small farm in Maine's Unorganized Territory. We bring Jane-of-All-Trades life experience to our work, and believe God has given us this background to write squarely to the heart of real women who don't always wear a size 2 and prefer boots to high heels. If you want to 'talk shop' about rural life, livestock, music, God, house construction, or girl stuff, we're ready. We believe with God anything is possible and that some of the best stories aren't hatched in creative writing classes, they're composed on the seat of a tractor.
Published March 31, 2012 by Desert Breeze Publishing. 250 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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