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Accidental Family
Joan Elliott Pickart
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Accidental Family (The Baby Bet #15)

3.31 of 5 stars 3.31  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  4 reviews

Every woman at the Fuzzy Bunny Day Care Center secretly longed for handsome David Montgomery to look their way. But there was only one female in the single dad's life--his little girl, Sarah Ann--until he lost his memory in an accident and winsome mother of two Patty Clark made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

Between her three-year-old and her infant da
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Published January 17th 2012 by Silhouette Books (first published January 1st 2004)
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Patty Clark is a divorced mother of two small children. She was working a Fuzzy Bunny daycare when David Montgomery, a single dad, doesn't pick up his daughter. Patty takes Sarah Ann home with her and finds out that David was in a severe car accident that resulted in a broken leg and amnesia. Patty does the only thing she can do, she takes both of them into her home. Can both of them heal their broken hearts together?
I read this a couple of weeks ago . I liked this book as the kids were important part of the storyline. I gave it 3 stars only because I would like to have a epilogue as it was a conclusion to Pickar't series The Baby Bet which featured the McAllister family . Also the way it ended with David(main male character)saying that he would go visit Robert McAlliser (grandfather)and Patty saying make love to me. It was too cheesey and I wish the author would of come up with a better ending
It was okay. The main female character drove me crazy. She just didn't seem realistic.
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Joan moved to a sleepy little town in Arizona, situated on the Mexican border, when she was thirteen. She has 3 grown-up daughters and a grandson.

When she isn't writing, she enjoys watching football, knitting, reading, gardening and attending craft shows on the town square.
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Other Books in the Series

The Baby Bet (1 - 10 of 14 books)
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  • Friends, Lovers...and Babies! (The Baby Bet, #2)
  • The Father of Her Child (The Baby Bet, #3)
  • To A MacAllister Born (The Baby Bet, #4; The Bachelor Bet, #4)
  • The Baby Bet: His Secret Son (The Baby Bet, #5)
  • Baby: MacAllister-Made (The Baby Bet, #6)
  • Her Little Secret (The Baby Bet, #7)
  • Party of Three (The Baby Bet, #8)
  • The Royal Macallister (The Baby Bet, #10; The Baby Bet: MacAllister's Gifts, #1)
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