The Law and Miss Mary

The Law and Miss Mary

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"It's disgraceful how St. Louis's orphans are treated. And Mary Randolph plans to do something about it. She's lost her faith, but she still has compassion and a drive to help innocents in need. If she has to battle with by-the-book police captain Samuel Benton to protect them ... well, she'll give him a challenge he'll never forget. A poverty-stricken childhood left Sam hungry for the social acceptance now within his reach. All he has to do is follow through with the city fathers' plans. But Miss Randolph's feisty perseverance gives him second thoughts, reigniting his faith--and showing him how true love can fulfill all their dreams ..."--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York : Steeple Hill, c2009
ISBN: 9780373828173
Characteristics: 281 p. ; 17 cm


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Apr 25, 2010

This book is so inspiring.


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