The survivor of a bitter marriage, widow Marry Inlow stepped gently through life, quietly burying her dreams of true love and children along the way. Until a fierce stranger holding a bloodied child appeared on her doorstep, demanding entry into her worldaand into her heart. Rafe McCade would have sold his soul to the devil to save his little girl's life, but he bartered it instead to a soft-spoken angel with the power to heal his daughter's wounded body, and the tenderness to rescue him from the torments of his own bitter past.Mary said nothing to him of the fever that threw off enough heat to nearly dry the washcloth. She washed ... She worried, too, that the child appeared so pale and thin. aHas your ... Your daughter needs frequent bathing to keep her fever down.
|Title||:||The Merry Widows--Mary|
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2011-07-15|