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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 0.00 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Sarah Storme Narrator: Fernando Gonzales, Lauren Myers, Ninette Mordaunt, C. R. Adams, Micah Linford, Michelle Smith, Megan Pribyl Publisher: The Columbus Group, LLC Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: June 2013 ISBN:
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A hero. Shit. What does she know about heroes? She doesn't know a damn thing about what I've been through! I have enough to worry about without getting involved in her childish games. I'm still a married man. - Joshua Wakefield.

Captain Joshua Wakefield is my patient, not God's. He still grieves, after all these years. Helping him won't be easy - living as he is on the wrong side of the law, drinking himself sick and talking to ghosts. Well, at least I'm not afraid of ghosts. - Lydia Strickler.

The drunken moonshiner in Return to Marshall's Bayou is the unexpected hero in Sarah Storme's newest romance. Captain Joshua Wakefield finds a second chance at love, this time with a young woman who enjoys defying convention - when she thinks her parents aren't looking. Angel in My Arms, with its weaving of voices and mixing of textures and musical score, ventures into new territory in the field of audio romance.

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About the Author

Sarah Storme grew up in New Orleans, the city of music, fun, and food. After a year of college, she dropped out and ran off to Alaska to enjoy a taste of the Wild West pipeline days. Three years later, tired of working for minimum wage, Sarah returned to the South and earned a master’s degree in engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. As a civil engineer for the government, she spends a lot of time out in the woods, and was even sent to Siberia for a brief assignment. She has lived all over the United States from Mississippi to Alaska. While moving around, she stumbled onto the joy of her life—writing.