The Baby Compromise by Linda Ford
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A Bundle of Complications

Groomed for high society, Rebecca Sterling now has a new mission—to help the orphans coming to Evans Grove. Yet just before she's due to return to New York, she faces two unexpected challenges. There's the tiny infant abandoned on her orphanage steps…and the big, gruff cowboy who found him.

Colton Hayes knows nothing about babies and even less about pampered socialites. But as he and Rebecca work together to watch over little Gabriel, he comes to care deeply for them both. What can a rough-and-ready cowboy offer a woman made for city living? Except, perhaps, the dream dearest to both their hearts—a family built on faith and love.


About Linda Ford

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Linda Ford lives on a ranch in Alberta, Canada. Growing up on the prairie and learning to notice the small details it hides gave her an appreciation for watching God at work in His creation. Her upbringing also included being taught to trust God in everything and through everything—a theme that resonates in her stories. She and her husband raised fourteen children—ten adopted. She currently shares her home with her husband, a grown son and a live-in paraplegic client. A Tennessee native, Karen Kirst currently lives in coastal North Carolina with her marine husband, three boys and Andy the parrot. When she's not homeschooling or writing, she likes to read, visit tearooms, play piano, and watch romantic comedies. She's incredibly blessed to be able to what she loves and gives God the glory.
Published June 1, 2013 by Love Inspired Historicals. 282 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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