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Enid's Exit

(Book 43 in the Westward Home and Hearts Mail-Order Brides series)
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She is running to save her child. Will he be the man who rescues them or be the one to send them away?

Enid Hartwell needs to make a rapid exit once her stepson inherits the home where she lived for twenty years. Mildred Crenshaw stands ready to help her cousin and has the perfect groom waiting for a bride like Enid. Only, the man did not expect a bride with a handicapped child.
Donald Bailey does not take well to living alone after his wife's sudden passing. When Ruby King suggests writing to the same agency that matched her with her husband, he does so with enthusiasm. He sent off the letter and waited--and waited!
After a year without a match, he should be ecstatic to meet Enid Hartwell. If only she looked more like his first wife. And how is he supposed to be a father to a child who cannot speak or hear? Can he discover the hidden beauty within the woman who has taken his first wife's place?

Will this older couple bend their expectations to discover their happily-ever-after as they work to make a home for a deaf and mute little girl?

If you've read Ruby's Risk, Sookie's Silence, or Wren's Wooer, you will enjoy this sweet and failth-filled story. It is a visit with those characters as well as a chance to see what is new in the town of Bailey's Meadow.

The book can be read as a standalone romance. Reading the other three first will enhance a reader's enjoyment of the story.

Genre: Inspirational

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