About the book:
Injured in a debilitating accident at age six, Ethan Searle believes women eye him with a mixture of pity and disdain. He’s tried love before. He won’t again. He meets his match in a precocious two-year old who loves him despite his disability, even while her mother seems bothered by everything about Ethan.
Autumn Reader escaped her abusive marriage with her beautiful daughter and a stack of fear. She can’t make the mistake of trusting a man again. Autumn’s daughter becomes enraptured by Ethan. Despite Autumn’s best intentions, she finds herself following her daughter’s example. When her ex-husband reappears, threatening everyone she loves if she won’t submit to his demands, Autumn has to learn to trust or lose her chance at real love.
Praise for The Broken Path:
Characters to fall in love with, action to keep you turning pages, and the most adorable little girl ever, The Broken Path is a compelling tale of strength and trust, courage and heart. I truly enjoyed this book. – Maria Hoagland, Author of Family Size
The Broken Path is sweet romance with heart, suspense, and plenty of story twists that kept me turning pages. Add in a romantic hero with a cane, a struggling single mom, and an adorable little girl and this book has it all! --Heather Justesen, author of The Switch
The back door of the chapel flew open and Brittan raced in.
“Effan,” she called out.
“Shhh,” her mother and grandmother both admonished, trailing behind her.
Brittan bounded onto his lap. “Effan,” she whispered loudly. “My mama marry you?”
Ethan couldn’t answer. He blinked a few times. Maybe he’d misread how Autumn felt about him. He looked to Autumn with a questioning glance as she slid in next to him at her mother’s obvious insistence.
She averted her eyes. Her skin tinged pink. “I’m sorry. I don’t know where she got that idea.”
“Effan marry Mama,” Brit chanted. “Effan marry Mama.”
Miss Sue looked over her shoulder, mouth open, painted-on eyebrows lifted. A look from Autumn silenced any comment the woman might have made. She turned back around with a “humph.”
“Effan marry Mama,” Brittan repeated.
“Brit,” Autumn whispered, “if you say ‘Ethan marry Mama,’ one more time I’ll put your nose in the corner with the spiders.”
The threat shocked Brittan into silence. Ethan stared at Autumn. It seemed he hadn’t misread how she felt about him. She didn’t want him getting any ideas and obviously wasn’t interested.
“I’m sorry,” she whispered again, fumbling for the hymnal and turning from his shocked expression.
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About the Author:
Cami is a part-time author, part-time exercise consultant, part-time housekeeper, full-time wife, and overtime mother of four adorable boys. Sleep and relaxation are fond memories. She's never been happier. A portion of the proceeds from Cami's books will be donated to The Child & Family Support Center. For more information on this worthy cause, please go to:
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