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Secrets of Paternity

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Almost two decades ago, James Paladin had agreed to be a sperm donor to his best friend's wife.

With three conditions:
1) Caryn Brenley was not to know who really fathered her child.
2) James would stay away, making no contact with his son.
3) When the boy turned eighteen, all secrets would be revealed.

That time had come.

Now a new widow had learned the staggering truth. Now a
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ebook, 192 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Silhouette Desire
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And they lived happily ever after.

I’ve always loved that sentence. There is such hope in those words, such faith in the future and ever-after love. I’ve always been a believer, which led me to being a reader of romance novels long before I began to write them. The dance of courtship between a man and a woman, sometimes slow and bluesy, sometimes wild and uninhibited, is sheer bliss to me. And the
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