Paternity Unknown
Jean Barrett
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Paternity Unknown (Top Secret Babies #12)

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Gossips in Lauren McCrea's small town speculated about the identity of her baby's father. But not even the daddy knew. And if her daughter hadn't been kidnapped, he never would have....

Coming face-to-face with Lauren was like a sucker punch to the gut for Ethan Brand. Yet that was nothing compared to the bomb she dropped in his lap--their night of passion...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published February 1st 2012 by Harlequin Intrigue (first published 2005)
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Another book with romance and suspense in it. Not as good as the one I read before this one, but still a nice book to read. There is action in this book, but somehow there is less suspense in this action than normal in these kind of books.
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Jean Barrett is the pseudonym of Bob Rogers. Don't ask him how it happened, because he has no idea how he ended up teaching fourth graders for more years than he cares to say. It wasn't supposed to happen that way. He'd known from a tender young age that what he was meant to be was a successful writer. The problem was that the muse in charge of her talent didn't seem to know that. It turned out al...more
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