Item description for A Time to Mend (Steeple Hill Women's Fiction #34) by Angela Hunt...
Overview An affecting classic romance from Christy award-winning author Angela Hunt. Her mother's tragic death led Jacquelyn Wilkes to her career as a nurse, in hopes of saving others from similar sorrow. But her carefully built world was shaken when a new doctor, Jonah Martin, arrived at the clinic. Warm with his patients, yet coolly distant toward the nurses, his behavior fueled her mistrust, until she discovered a lump in her own breast-one that was malignant. In Jonah, Jacquelyn found an unexpected ally in the fight of her life, though she could sense the secret turmoil behind his thoughtful gaze. When past accusations came back to haunt the handsome Jonah, Jacquelyn must find within herself the strength to heal her doctor's wounds.
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.1" Height: 1" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2006
Publisher STEEPLE HILL #375
ISBN 037378564X ISBN13 9780373785643
Availability 0 units.
More About Angela Hunt
Angela Hunt has written more than 130 books for children and adults, fiction and nonfiction. Read more about her work at www.angelahuntbooks.com.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Time to Mend (Steeple Hill Women's Fiction #34)?
Angela Hunt... Mar 30, 2007
knows how to write a story!! Breast cancer, lost romance,broken hearts and the Lord to bring the healing that is needed. It can't get much better. Two people who need a healing find themselves intertwined in each others lives to a point where if one leaves what will happen to the other?
Difficult but important subject Dec 20, 2006
A Time to Mend brings the topic of breast cancer to a place that will hopefully reach a lot of women. It's not what I would have chosen to read about in a romance, but I couldn't stop reading once I'd started the novel. I finished it in two days. Neither does Hunt pull any punches--the heroine of 28 doesn't just get a lumpectomy, she has to undergo a radical mastectomy; her mother died of breast cancer, and now her tumor is of a rapidly growing kind. So, where does a self-sufficient, top oncology nurse go when her own world is falling apart? It takes a lot before she is willing to surrender all to the only One who has the power over life and death. Along the way, Jackie, the heroine, fights her attraction for her handsome doctor and boss. Their relationship progresses only gradually as both are struggling to maintain a professional distance. Very emotional, meaningful story. I would like to read more of Hunt's books.
AWESOME!! May 23, 2006
I am not a big reader, but I could not but this book down! It restores your faith, and gives you a HUGE inspirational push, I definently recommend this book to everyone I know.