Doctor Alex Price, babysitter of the pig, is a man dedicated to his job, a clinic that aids countless families without. But unexpectedly he meets the vivacious Beth Chambers and he begins to reconsider such a devoted and lonely life. When he discovers that she is hired as the new administrator for the hospital, he is sure she can help his clinic and he is certain he can win her heart. Romance blossoms even though Beth stubbornly tries to avoid any relationships.
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But suddenly the clinic is cut from funding and Alex blames her for it. Can the clinic be saved and their relationship mended? Delve into this delightful new addition to the Tennessee: Love series to discover if the diagnosis between Beth and Alex truly is love after all. Kendra Simms will do anything to help an animal, including stabbing a policeman with a carrot by accident. Unfortunately, her wild antics end her up in court after she saves a small pot-bellied pig from a hunter.
Her prosecutor, Hugh Cramer, has seen her there before and finds her harmless even if she is a nuisance. But he learns that her treasured animal shelter is up against some very high-handed politicians out to ruin it. As the prosecuting attorney, it means destroying Kendra to get rid of the rescue and up their property values. Hugh and Kendra want to be together after the farce of a lawsuit is dismissed, however, they are caught together by the press and their relationship is misconstrued purposefully so the public thinks they were illegally involved during the trial. Hugh has been her prosecutor until this time but now wants to protect her.
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Amanda has always loved reading, and writing books has been a lifelong dream. A vivid imagination helps her write captivating stories in a wide variety of genres. Amanda is a former elementary school teacher who now spends her days being mommy to three little boys and her nights furiously writing. Amanda and her family live in a small Idaho town where the number of cows outnumber the number of people.
Now, she lives in Kentucky with her husband of nearly forty years. They have three grown and married sons living in the area, along with three daughters-in-law, four beautiful granddaughters, two handsome grandsons, one very spoiled granddog, and a semi-famous grandcat named Smith Wigglesworth. Though she'd always had an interest in storytelling, her writing career began to take off in As a busy homeschooling mom, she needed an outlet for all the extra joy in the house.
A few years passed, and she had several novel-length manuscripts squirreled away. After self-publishing two fantasy-adventure novels, she attended a Christian writers' conference in Kentucky then later joined American Christian Fiction Writers, hoping to learn more about the craft of writing. Now semiretired, Betty spends most of her time writing, studying about writing, and critiquing other people's writing. She's served as a deaconess at her church, sang in the choir for many years, sang, danced, acted in, and helped direct a very popular Christmas play for nine years. She loves to travel, watch movies, read, crochet, and spend time with her family.
She has lived most of her life in Tennessee as helpmate to Roland, mother to their two children, grandmother, Bible teacher, writer, and author. She has been actively involved in local and national ministries all through the years. Her first book published in and co-authored with Patti Webb, A Mother's Garden of Prayer was written as a guide for mothers and grandmothers in praying for their children and grandchildren in accordance with God's Word.
A Mother's Garden of Prayer Journal soon followed in Webb, was released in This gift book was written to encourage women to cultivate intimacy with God through prayer. A Woman's Garden of Prayer Journal accompanies this book. She is an Army wife of more than a decade, mother of two, writer and speaker. A Kentucky native, Hannah lives near Fort Campbell where she and her family are currently stationed.
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In , Brad surrendered to the call to preach and in he joined the staff of The Way, A Baptist Church in Clarksville, as the Missions Pastor where he continues to serve bi-vocationally. Once the Army releases him from duty, he plans to plant a new Baptist church and run the Covenant House full time alongside his wife. She is back in Tennessee, where she and her husband of over 30 years live with a virtual zoo not too far from her handsome son and beautiful daughter-in-law.
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