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A Memory Between Us

By Sarah Sundin
  • ISBN Code: : 9780800734220
  • Publisher : Revell
  • Pages : 439
  • Category : Fiction
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Landing in the army hospital after a plane crash, Major Jack Novak tries to win the heart of army nurse Lieutenant Ruth Doherty, but Jack soon realizes that he has his work cut out for him as he tries to break down her defenses. Original.

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