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A Daughter's Trust

3.29 of 5 stars 3.29  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Sue Bookman wishes she believed that Rick Kraynick would make the best parent for her tiny foster baby. As the girl's uncle, he's got a strong claim. But so does the child's grandmother, and Sue knows that if Rick gets custody, he won't let the woman anywhere near. Sue even gets why.But where would Sue be today if she hadn't had a grandmother who loved her unconditionally? ...more
Paperback, 251 pages
Published September 8th 2009 by Harlequin Books (first published September 1st 2009)
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Sue - she has some serious issues with not only commitment, but love as well. It didn't help when she found out that her grandmother had been lying to her, her entire life. I'm not going near her other family. She's also insecure and I can't understand her (or her reactions) at all. I didn't like her.

Rick - he has deep scars from his childhood. His mother was an alcoholic, and while she was "sober", she always managed to get him back from the foster families he was with. At the beginning of the
The writing was solid and carried quite well the slightly far-fetched plot. Despite my initial reluctance, I quite enjoyed reading this book. Fever does amazing things to a person.

I'm blaming the misplaced names on the translator since Joe and Adam don't sound like names that easily confused, but I'm blaming the author for not properly addressing Sue's ingrained bias. Or that's how I felt. In the end Rick had faced his demons and ghosts and started to deal with them, whereas Sue was stuck on the
This is book one of The Diamond Legacy series. The story is complex, not only for this book but setting the story for the next book in the series. Much of the story revolves around foster care and adoption issues. Of course there is romance thrown in, it is a Harlequin book after all! I thought it was a good read and yes there are sex scenes but truthfully the romance takes a back burner when looking at the story overall. I would recommend.
T.M. Carper
The family dynamics are a bit confusing at first and it's clear that it's the first in a series so there's a bunch of background and set-up at the start, but it improves once you get through the opening.

A sweet romance.
May rating is 4
good book to read but its too short...

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