Unspoken Words by Mary Anne Wilson
(Thorndike Press Large Print Clean Reads)

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Right As Rain

Businessman Jackson Ford has always prided himself on being in control. But he can't make Victoria speak. Jackson became the little girl's guardian when her parents died, and he's been unable to get through to her since. Desperate, he turns to free-spirited therapist Rain Armstrong.

With her long flowing hair and tie-dyed T-shirts, Rain is the complete opposite of the kind of person conservative Jackson had thought could help Victoria. Or him. But not only does Victoria speak to Rain, she lights up when she's with her. And Jackson finds he isn't immune to Rain's charms, either. But can Jackson change his workaholic nature to become the permanent daddy Victoria needs—and the husband Rain deserves?

 

About Mary Anne Wilson

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Wilson is a Canadian transplanted to Southern California. She has received a Career Achievement Award in Romantic Suspense.
 
Published September 1, 2012 by Harlequin Heartwarming. 364 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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