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Book 2 of Love Comes Softly. Their family growing, Clark and Marty look to bind each other together with love and faith. Over 800,000 sold!

Topics: Christianity, Coming of Age, Love, Pioneers, Family, Inspirational, and Series

Published: Baker Publishing Group on
ISBN: 9781441202970
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