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A Candle for Nick

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Mallory Brenner's life was in a tailspin. Her son, Nick, had been diagnosed with a fatal disease and his best hope of survival was Dr. Kent Berger, the one man Mallory never expected--or wanted--to see again. For more than ten years Mallory had kept Nick's paternity a secret and now, to save her son, Mallory would continue to keep it. Still, the more time the two males spe ...more
Paperback, 245 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Silhouette Books
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What a beautiful book! I loved the characters--Kent and Mallory, and their son, Nick.

The descriptions of the Jewish holidays brought back memories of going to synagogue with my parents, and cooking in the kitchen with my mom. These scenes meant a lot to me because my parents are now in a nursing home after some health problems when they were at home.

I loved when Mallory planted the roses--great insight into her character. I had fun reading the scene at the baseball game--I'm a baseball fan mysel
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