Kate Ties The Knot

Loree Lough

Whitaker House (publisher)

Seven years of widowhood have made Kate Flynn a strong, independent woman who even operates her own dressmaking shop. But when her eight-year-old son, Adam, has a run-in with a burly shipbuilder, she realizes the necessity of some godly male influence in his life. Adam starts working in a warehouse owned by John Joseph O’Keefe, better known as J.J., who looks out for Adam and feels a growing attraction to his young protégé’s mother. Kate’s emotions are as tumultuous as the ocean as she wonders what the future will hold.

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