A Brother's Duty

Rated 4.82/5 based on 11 reviews
Lucinda Wilkinson had hit rock bottom. Alone and pregnant by a soldier who didn’t remember her, she needs help. John MacLeish hit rock bottom when his brother was killed in Afghanistan. Before Rob dies he makes John promise to keep the promise he made to the father of Lucy’s baby. But how can John take on his brother’s duty to Lucy when he pre-judges her by her tattoos and piercings? More
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About Bill Sanderson

I am an accountant and a husband and father of four boys.

I grew up in a small town in northern Canada where there were a large number of characters and a constantly changing population. Being able to observe and assess people was an essential skill for small town life.

My mother taught me to read when I was four so she could get the housework done. My father loved to tell stories and taught me how. My wife and sons have taught me the value of love.

While I grew up on a steady diet of science fiction and action adventure, it was my knowledge of small town characters and love of happy endings that steered me in the direction of writing romance.

My wife is still waiting for my first science fiction book and my teens are waiting for a sword and sorcery book. It may be a while.

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Review by: Sarahplatt807 on April 18, 2018 :
How could such a wonderful book be free?
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Review by: Audel Petzer on Oct. 24, 2017 :
Good Day Bill.
I would like to tell you that I loved your book a brothers duty. I enjoyed it so much I cried in a lot of places.
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Review by: Damisi on July 14, 2017 :
I really love this book. Although I read it months ago, I keep remembering it. I like the fact that there was more to Lucy than John saw at first and of course that he also discovered eventually.
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Review by: Heph on March 27, 2017 :
Great book. I always love his books. He's a wonderful writer
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Review by: SylvieLisa on July 7, 2016 :
Amazing book, loved it.
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Review by: Bosede Oluwayomi on Oct. 25, 2015 :
Wow. Totally blown away. Indeed God is still in the business of restoration. Great book
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Review by: Alfiyya Musa on June 28, 2013 :
I read this awesome book about
a year ago. Am back to read it again on my new phone.
thanks for sharing this sweet and pure romance story. for I know it takes guts to share ones work.
I still Am trying to overcome being a writer who doesnt ever share her work .
thank you once more.
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Review by: Cherime MacFarlane on Jan. 22, 2013 :
I really enjoyed this book. It flows along nicely. Neither character did any sudden about faces in order to carry the story. They remained true to who they were, they just grew and evolved. Well done Mr. Sanderson.
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Review by: Mirella Banfi on Jan. 20, 2013 :
Nice, sweet, will written.
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Review by: helen banks on Jan. 11, 2013 : (no rating)
This book surprised me too. I really liked it. I saw who the characters really were and they didn't jump up and shock me in the middle of the story. Thank you for a great read.
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Review by: claus olsen on Dec. 6, 2012 :
I was positively surprised by this book. It was very well written with very likebly characters. It's about acceptance and tolerance. The reference to baroque music playing and in particular to our national icon, recorder player Michala Petri, was a nice additional touch. I might not agree on the book's view on global environmental changes, but this doesn't retract on the overall
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Review by: Narlen & Eveline Evans on Dec. 5, 2012 :
Great book. Held my interest the whole way. Well written.
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