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Chandy McDaniel was seventeen and pregnant when her world crashed around her. Fifteen years later, she's not—repeat, not—stupid enough to let Justin McCall back into her life. Especially after he and his family moved away from their Iowa hometown and he never sent so much as a postcard. There's one small problem. She still loves him. And that's not the only secret she's keeping. Leaving Chandy was the hardest thing Justin ever had to do. Seeing her again—a beautiful, grown-up doctor with a soft spot for kids—makes him realize how much he still cares. And she already seems to be head over heels for his son. Is it too late to make things right between them? And maybe, together, create the miracle they've both been waiting for…
The discovery of penicillin was the most important medical event in the twentieth century. 1943. War is raging in the Pacific. More military personnel are dying from gas gangrene than from bullets. A test is needed; can penicillin kill gangrene? Yvonne has gas gangrene. Dr. McKnight has done all he can do to save her life including amputation. Yvonne needs a miracle. JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) appeals to doctors for cases to test penicillin. Yvonnes infection could prove penicillins antibacterial value. Getting penicillin to Portola in time for Yvonne would be a miracle. She is dying. He has to try. Dr. Kiefer decides who tests penicillin. A gas gangrene case can have all the penicillin supply. Penicillin is released. A Federal courier flies to San Francisco and meets with the railroad conductor. He swears to deliver and protect the package with his life. He is deputized and armed. While people all over the United States are trying to get penicillin to save her life, Yvonne is deep in a coma. She is enjoying a magical adventure with Genie. He is her guide to a world where everything is possible and no is not a word. Yvonne loves Genie.
"Pediatric neurosurgeon Vincenzo Lombardi is stunned by nurse Lowri Davies's dramatic reentry into his life--he hasn't seen her since their passionate few days together five years ago. But with the news that he's the father of her adorable but seriously ill little girl, he's left both reeling and heartbroken. Vincenzo had thought he never wanted a family, but Lowri and Megan are awakening in him strong new emotions! Saving his little girl will mean making love to Lowri one more time--except Vincenzo realizes once will now never be enough...."--back cover.
WHAT NEXT, LORD? Torn about her future, gospel singer Rachel Duke had asked God to send some sort of sign to guide her on a new path. Enter Paul McCoy, a world-weary doctor who had found his way back home from striferidden Kosovo, but not back to his faith…. Paul enjoyed Rachel's music, but he wasn't receptive to the message—or to the feelings she aroused in him. He knew it would take something greater than medical expertise, or faith—or even hope—to heal his jaded heart. It would take a miracle…something he never expected to find with Rachel.
A MOTHER FOR AMANDA Raising a child alone in the wilderness, widowed park ranger Greg Stone wanted no part of any big-city schoolteacher. Yet Beth Baxter's gentle faith—and her kindness to his little girl—made this bitter man long for the courage to open up his heart once more. THE DOCTOR'S MIRACLE Singer Rachel Duke was drawn to Paul McCoy, the doctor who treated her after she'd collapsed onstage. Could she truly find love with him—and help the doctor heal a faith shaken by memories of war?
Janet had been told she couldn't have children, so she and her husband Graham were overjoyed to find out she was pregnant. Then they told it was not just one baby, but six! On 18 November 1983, Janet Walton gave birth to the world’s first all-female sextuplets: Hannah, Lucy, Ruth, Sarah, Kate and Jennie. Janet takes us through the reality of parenting six children of the same age – the extreme sleep deprivation, the bottle-feeding, and later the chaotic routine of getting six girls to school on time. As they grew up, Janet learned to keep a sense of humour through the teenage tantrums and boy trouble, and she watched her little girls blossom into individual, confident young women. She has loved every minute.

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