Stand Alone Novel
Book 3
By: Carolyne Aarsen

A Family’s Hope: A Small Town Christian Romance

Carolyne Aarsen
 Luke Harris grew up without family and that’s fine with him.

Family means opening yourself up to pain and loss. Yet, a part of him still yearns for someone to care for. And when he and his goofy dog, Cooper, move into a house next door to the lovely Janie Corbett and her adorable kids, he starts to allow himself to think of possibilities.

Janie Corbett has been once-burned and has zero intention to let herself get mislead by a man again.

Life is easier on your own. Or so she likes to tell herself. But when she injures herself trying to be the independent home-owner she wants to be, Luke steps in to help.

But she has her three children to protect and, even more important, her own bruised heart. She can’t allow the achingly handsome man or his rambunctiou dog who her children adore, to break down the barriers she spent years erecting. It would hurt too much when he leaves. Because what man would want to take on a woman with three children?

A Family’s Hope is the third book in the Love in Millars Crossing series. If you like adorable kids, exuberant Labradors and two people trying to find their way past broken pasts to a hopeful future, you’ll love this sweet romance. Buy A Family’s Hope today and get lost in a story of canines, children and courtship.

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USA Today Bestselling Author Carolyne Aarsen delivers stories that draw you into her characters lives, pull you into their stories and deliver their happy ever after....for now. Because we all know that falling in love is only part of the story.

From her home in Northern Alberta, she has written over sixty romance novels but still doesn't feel like she's captured the perfect story. Inspired by walks with her dog, talks with her God and time with her family and community she'll keep trying.


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