The Secret Touch of Mary Kincaid

The talent God gave her makes her an outcast.Mary Kincaid has a gift, a healing touch Once a street urchin, Mary was rescued by the kindly Liang, who taught her the ancient art of massage She believes her ability to ease pain is than a physical treatment it s a ministry But folks in town see it as scandalous and act as though coming into contact with Mary might tarThe talent God gave her makes her an outcast.Mary Kincaid has a gift, a healing touch Once a street urchin, Mary was rescued by the kindly Liang, who taught her the ancient art of massage She believes her ability to ease pain is than a physical treatment it s a ministry But folks in town see it as scandalous and act as though coming into contact with Mary might tarnish them And when Liang suddenly passes away, Mary is unsure how she will survive on their homestead alone Seth Hatchett thinks Mary must be some kind of seducer No woman would touch a man who isn t her spouse But he soon sees Mary is a woman of faith whose hands do good work Seth offers to help her not out of pity or to make her respectable, as Mary thinks but out of love Despite her feelings for the most eligible Texan around, Mary s heart is torn She desperately wants to accept his love But will doing so mean she has to choose between Seth and her ministry The Secret Touch of Mary Kincaid is a novella.
The Secret Touch of Mary Kincaid The talent God gave her makes her an outcast Mary Kincaid has a gift a healing touch Once a street urchin Mary was rescued by the kindly Liang who taught her the ancient art of massage She believes

  • Title: The Secret Touch of Mary Kincaid
  • Author: Sarah Jae Foster
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Secret Touch of Mary Kincaid”

    1. I thought this was a very sweet quick read. I found it interesting and felt it was well written. The subject matter of women working, massage and a little about aromatherapy was not excepted at that time. I thought it was done well and would recommend it.

    2. Mary was an orphan in China when Lling, the healer. He raised her on a farm and taught her the touch of healing. People in the community judged her. Women didn't work in those days. When Lling died Seth came to the farm to check on her for his uncle. When she has to move to the boarding house, Seth is also is a broader. Although the people shunned her, I loved that Mary kept her faith and trusted God. Seth used her faith in God and her love for reading to court Mary. I was given a copy for an ho [...]

    3. This is not the typical genre I would choose, but I found myself drawn in by its unusual topic matter. Then I couldn't put it down. This was a lovely light read.

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