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Fathers and Sons

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Her client is her ex-husband's son.

When Kate Mulholland divorced David Canfield twenty years ago for an act of betrayal that resulted in the birth of a baby boy, she never expected to see David or his son again. She certainly never expected David to keep track of her successful career as an Atlanta lawyer.

But that's exactly what he did. And now he's asking for her help. Hi
ebook, Harlequin Superromance #829, 304 pages
Published August 22nd 2011 by Harlequin Superromance Treasury (first published March 1st 1999)
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“I remember you were a great believer in justice even twenty years ago,” he said softly. “Is it justice to punish Jason for something that I did to you? To us? My God, Kate, look at him. He could be our son, yours and mine.”

Holy crap this guy is an ass! I actually gasped when I read that. Wrong thing to say to the wife you cheated on, jerkoff!

“You were perfect, Kate. That’s the real reason I went to bed with Melba.”

W...T...F??? He's not criticizing her when he says that. He actually thought she
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Kate and David married young. They lived in New York where Kate works hard to support Davids acting career secure in her belief that he will make it big and they will live the high life. However ... (view spoiler)

I liked it. And you know what.. I actually believed David. (view spoiler)
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