Peter Hawthorne is a new music professor at the university in his beloved aunt's town. He has been searching for his missing special needs daughter, ever since his ex-wife had Josephine abducted from her preschool. The ex has played a cruel game of keep away for several years, writing letters of where the child has been and never giving a clue of where she can be found. Peter is nearly exhausted in his search and wonders if one more talk with a detective will resolve this problem. He moves into his new job and Auntie Billie's house and finds the house is in desperate need of extreme makeover. Auntie Billie is a self proclaimed matchmaker and wants her neighbor, Grace, to know Peter better than being a good Christian neighbor. Grace Woodward is a widow and she is a teacher and foster mom to special needs children. She has just taken in electively mute Anna, who was rescued from a shabby facility that condoned abuses of special needs kids and adults. One of the abusive caregivers in the facility was Peter's ex-sister-in law and many people in Peter's new church family and his brother's church are praying justice will be done for the helpless kids and adults; that their abusers won't get away to abuse in some other care facility. In an amazing twist of circumstances, Anna reveals to Grace that she is Peter's long lost daughter. When this news breaks Peter and his aunt are suddenly involved in a reunification plan that will test the boundaries of propriety in a Christian romance. Little did Peter's minister brother know that the reunion plan would put his brother in the same household as widowed Grace and will make the romance bloom even faster for this pair of new best friends. They are blessed to be on the same page spiritually and about raising special needs children. Auntie Billie gloats a little about matching these loving people to make a forever family.Peter Wins Grace - eBook
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Beverly D Harris
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