Patchwork Promises

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Patchwork Promises - Tiffany Michaels

List Price: $14.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
268 pages
Lighthouse Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-1935079743
ISBN-10: 1935079743
BISAC: Fiction / Christian / Romance

Willow O'Hanlon learned early in life to be fiercely independent, in control, and not risk emotional attachments. She finds fulfillment in her quilt store and devotes herself to helping teens in trouble with the law. She never lets anyone too close...until she makes a promise that changes everything and names her the guardian of her two young nieces. When a custody battle arises, she is determined to do anything to keep them and makes a desperate plea to the one man she thought she never wanted to see again. 
Elijah Stone has never quite been able to forget about Willow. When she proposes a marriage in name only, he accepts despite his misgivings about marrying a non-Christian. As they work to patch their lives together, Willow finds herself questioning her beliefs and her view of God as she observes Eli interacting with the girls and the teens they are both trying to help. When the teens bring trouble to their doorstep and Willow is caught in the middle, will it draw them together or push them apart for good? With so much at stake, will they both lose everything they care about, including a second chance at love?