The Healer's Touch by Lori Copeland

I was intrigued by the types of knowledge that the main character had in being able to work with others and to help others out.  She was willing to help the "outlaw" that wound up at her house and learned how to trust and get the help she needed.  She was able to do this even though she did not get the trust she should have gotten from the community.


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