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The Birdman's Daughter (Harlequin Next, #38)

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"When you finally see the bird, you've been seeking, you know you've done the thing your soul needs."

As a wife and mother, Karen McBride wonders if she'll ever discover what her own spirit requires to feel whole. When her father, the formidable champion bird-watcher, Martin Engel, suffers a stroke, Karen rushes home to Texas to take care of the man who always seemed to hav
Paperback, 296 pages
Published March 28th 2006 by Harlequin Next (first published March 21st 2006)
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Jul 11, 2011 rated it really liked it
"A father who loved birds, a daughter who needs to soar."

A touching story of an older woman trying to reach her distant father (recovering from a stroke) through birdwatching, and trying to come to grips with her own dreams.

Of course, as a bird watcher myself, I bought the book !

Lots of bird names in the novel. The end is a bit contrived, but there a good characters, and the family dynamics with the happy-go-lucky brother is fine-tuned.

It is a harlequin line called Next, and a looong way from
Aug 15, 2010 rated it really liked it
A woman goes home to take care of her father after he has had a stroke. Their poor relationship is at the center of the novel-he spent most of his life bird watching around the world and his kids have suffered for his absence.
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Cindi Myers worked as a newspaper reporter, travel agent and medical clinic manager before turning to writing full time. She's written both historical and contemporary romance, as well as dozens of short stories and nonfiction articles. Cindi thinks writers have the best job in the world.

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