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Disguised Blessing
Disguised Blessing
Author: Georgia Bockoven
ISBN-13: 9780061030208
ISBN-10: 0061030201
Publication Date: 4/2000
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Paperback
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I enjoyed this one very much.
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Good book.
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I found this book to be really thought provoking and a really great read. Characters were well defined and the story line gripping. So many things were covered and connected that I felt a part of the whole scene. Really reccommend this to anyone but it is not a light read.
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After years of being alone, Catherine thinks she's finally found happiness. Her daughter is burned terribly in a freak accident, and when Catherine needs him most, her fiance abandons her.
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From Publishers Weekly

When a teenager suffers serious burns--the disguised blessing of the title--her scars prove to be a catalyst in transforming her and her mother's materialistic lives. Catherine Miller is planning her wedding to social-climbing Tom Adams when her 15-year-old daughter, Lynda, is accidentally burned at a barbecue. Hospitalized, Lynda must deal with pain, scarring and the mixed reactions of her friends. Tom's unsupportive attitude reveals his true character to Catherine--especially in contrast to the sterling qualities of Lynda's burn counselor Rick Sawyer, a Sacramento, Calif., fire captain--and she breaks off their engagement. The story of Lynda's healing is interlaced with Catherine's growing financial problems and her need to come to terms with her feelings for Rick, a man from a very different background than Tom. Bockoven (Things Remembered) subtly creates believable characters as she weaves a quietly involving tale that should please fans of mainstream romance. (Apr.) Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Silver Linings

After years of being alone, Catherine Miller thinks she's finally found happiness. Engaged to an adoring, successful executive, she lives in a luxurious house, and her beautiful fifteen-year-old daughter, Linda, is on the brink of college and adulthood. Then, Catherine's rose-colored world is shattered. Her daughter is burned terribly in a freak accident, and just when Catherine needs him most, her fiancé abandons her. Now Catherine must call on every ounce of courage and strength she has to help her beloved daughter recover. Fortunately, she's got help in fire captain Rick Sawyer, an expert burn counselor. Ruggedly handsome, appealingly down-to-earth, Rick is like no man Catherine has ever met. But Catherine made the wrong choice before. How can she trust her emotions--especially when it's not just her heart at stake but her daughter's life, too?

In the tradition of Barbara Delinsky comes this poignant, moving story of the bonds of family, the strength of love, and the courage to dare.