Making Things Right by Mildred Colvin
(Kansas City Romance)

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Lori and Ron can’t seem to agree on the important things in life, such as Ron’s hobby. At least that’s what Lori calls his fledgling photography-business-on-the-side. So Ron takes his camera, walks out, and gets a divorce. Two years later Lori attends a wedding as the matron of honor only to find Ron is the hired photographer. He now has his own successful studio. She would say good for him and leave it at that, but his sister is dying of cancer and asks her to move into her mansion and be her nurse for her remaining days. Lori can’t say no, not even when the job includes a large inheritance—and a small one. Ron’s three-year-old niece will need a new mother and his sister picks Lori for the job. But not if he can help it!
 

About Mildred Colvin

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Mildred Colvin is an award-winning, best-selling author of more than twenty romance novels in both historical and contemporary themes, two compilations, and one audio book.Mildred is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and is active in two critique groups. To keep up with her writings and activities, visit her at http://infinitecharacters.com.
 
Published December 2, 2012 by Romantic Reflection Books. 163 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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