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Meggie is coming to stay!

Normally, architect Sam Solomon would be thrilled that his daughter, Meggie, is coming to live with him. But he's not happy with the circumstances - his ex-wife has suddenly become ill and is unable to take care of their daughter. On top of that, Sam has just started a huge restoration job that promises to eat up all his time. And Meggie is a handf

ebook, Superromance #1126, 288 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by Harlequin Superromance (first published April 1st 2003)
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Christy Lane is a song writer and nanny who takes on the task of helping a brain damaged ten year old find her place in her father's world. It is a typical paperback romance but with better developed characters than most.
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Darlene Graham, who won the Oklahoma Writers' Federation prestigious Teepee Award for Best Fiction Book of 1999, says that having witnessed birth, death and "everything in between" helps her put realistic emotions into her novels. Graham practiced as a registered nurse in Labor and Delivery and then Oncology for 20 years before she decided to translate all that real-life drama into romantic suspen ...more
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