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Relative Sins

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Whose baby?"Sara Reed has a secret.

Returning to her husband's family home after his death isn't easy for Sara. Her mother-in-law clearly despises her, but the person she most dreads seeing again is Alex.

Her husband's brother, he has always held a strong attraction for her and now it's impossible for her to keep avoiding him. Her small son, Ben, obviously adores him and the
ebook, 192 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published October 1st 1996)
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Newly-widowed heroine comes back to England to bury her husband & settle down with her 4-yr-old son who really happens to be the son of her brother-in-law (Hero) who she had an affair with a few weeks before her wedding. She kept her son's parentage a secret since her husband didn't think anything of the suspicious timing of her pregnancy. Now that heroine is a widow her brother-in-law is claiming his paternal rights & trying to discuss what happened b/w them 5 yrs before. But heroine ke ...more
so bad! i felt no connection bet alex and sara. sara was so painfully mean. she acted like a distraught child, full of pent-up emotion and so resentful! it takes two to tango, my girl! she ruined the book for me, blamed alex for nthg. he was the hurt party, the abused one, not her! pathetic heroine, using their son to get back at him!
When I first read the description I thought this novel would be all sorts of kinky. I mean come on, having sex with two brother and then getting pregnant but not knowing the baby's daddy. It's simply scandalous! I was a bit disappointed though. I didn't feel very connected to the characters, despite how I wanted to.
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Mildred Grieveson was born on October 10, 1946 in England. She had writtenall through her infant and junior years and on into her teens, the storieschanging from children's adventures to torrid gypsy passions. Her motherused to gather these up from time to time, when her bedroom became toountidy, and dispose of them!

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