Rachel's Daughter by Sally Campbell Repass

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The saga of ""For the Love of Rachel"" continues in ""Rachel's Daughter."" Jennifer Rose Parker was raised on the Parker Ranch in Laurel, Montana. She was the beautiful daughter of Rachel Hargrove Parker and Dr. Mitch Parker, who was killed in a car accident, seven months before Jennifer was born. Rachel later met and married, Grayson Sterling, who was the only father Jennifer ever knew.

In high school she met and fell in love with Gabe Colter, whom her mother thought was not good enough for her daughter. She defied her mother and dated him anyway.

After high school she went to the University of California to become a doctor, following in her deceased father's footsteps. She and Gabe parted ways, even though it was very hard for both of them. They were deeply in love. Determined to get her education, she sacrificed love.

Both she and Gabe faced many disappointments and heartbreaks during the eight long years she was in medical school. Would their faith in God and love for each other be enough to bring them back together or would it be too late?

About Sally Campbell Repass

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Sally is the youngest of three children, born to Warren and Ethel Aker Campbell in Marion, Virginia. She is a Christian wife and mother. She and her husband Paul, live in the hills of southwest Virginia. They have 6 children and 7 grandchildren. Sally loves to write, do family genealogy, read and spend time with her family.She and Paul are members of the Marion First Church of God, In Marion, Virginia. "For the Love of Rachel" is her second book to have published. Her first one was a Children's Fairytale, called "Princess Kari & the Golden Haired Boy." in 2008, she wrote her memoirs for her children, called... "My Life... My Children." She also wrote a short story called, "Memories of Dad." She is already thinking about a sequel to "For the Love of Rachel.
Published March 29, 2011 by Authorhouse. 200 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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