July Thunder by Rachel Lee

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Deputy Sheriff Sam Canfield is a man shouldering too many burdens. He defied his demanding father to become a cop and marry the woman he loved, never for an instant regretting his choice. Then his wife's tragic death left him a shell of the man he once had been.

Schoolteacher Mary McKinney knows about the pain and regret that haunt Sam. The death of her son seven years ago destroyed her marriage and left her with her own sorrow and guilt. Now she wants—she needs—to free Sam from his demons...to help heal the rift between father and son. But in doing so, she'll put her own vulnerable heart in jeopardy.

It's July in Whisper Creek. And as a blazing wildfire sears the land, the heat of emotion rages through its residents. But when the flames die down, will there be a place left to rebuild lost hopes and dreams?


About Rachel Lee

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Rachel Lee was hooked on writing by the age of twelve, and practiced her craft as she moved from place to place all over the United States. This New York Times bestselling author now resides in Florida and has the joy of writing full-time.
Published November 15, 2010 by Mira. 384 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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Although they share a mutual attraction for one another, they are both hesitant to become entangled in a relationship since Sam still mourns the death of his wife and Mary hasn't been able to forgive herself for her son's death.

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Elijah had been dead-set against Sam's becoming a cop, basically disowned him when Sam married the woman of his choice, and castigated Sam further when that same woman died.

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In Whisper Creek, Colorado, Deputy Sheriff Sam Canfield still mourns the death of his beloved wife even though three years have passed.

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