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eBook Baby, Baby: Twins (Harlequin Superromance No. 902) ePub

by Roz Denny Fox

  • ISBN: 0373709021
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Roz Denny Fox
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin (March 1, 2000)
  • ePub book: 1117 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1685 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 211

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Publisher:Harlequin Enterprises, Limited. Tension builds as the dispute over the babies is taken to court where each of the three parties seem to have almost equal standing.

Publisher:Harlequin Enterprises, Limited. Lawyers for the three can't seem to agree on anything and newspaper reporters seem determined to air every possible detail in it's most embarassing context. In the midst of all the confllict and strife, a tender love story begins to unfold. A clever plot twist heightens the already tense situation and keeps the suspense surging.

Lacy grants custody to Faith. But Faith soon discovers it's not that simple. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. a Roz Denny and Roz Denny Fox began her writing career with Harlequin Books in 1989, and has since written nearly 50 romances centered around home, love, and family for Harlequin Romance, Super Romance, American, Signature Select, Everlasting Love, and online serials for eharlequin. Roz currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.

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Roz Denny Fox has clearly established her talent for well-written contemporary romances and fans will find her newest . Who Is Emerald Monday? The suspicions are there. Roz Denny Fox surely accomplished her objective in presenting a good character, as I couldn't stand Emmy-M.

Roz Denny Fox has clearly established her talent for well-written contemporary romances and fans will find her newest release, WHO IS EMERALD MONDAY?, yet another success. In the midst of discord and tension, a tender love story unfolds, as the clever plot heightens the already tense situation and keeps the suspense building. Her lack of moral conscience killed the romance and to wait nineteen years to do something about her lack of parentage? Nope, doesn't work.

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Thus begins this tale about twins. There are a number of twist, turns, and surprises in THE UNKNOWN SISTER

Thus begins this tale about twins. There are a number of twist, turns, and surprises in THE UNKNOWN SISTER. This very satisfying story is not only great romance; it is also very informative about the unique world of relationships between twins.

Most romance novels stop at the altar; I’ve often thought this is where the story of a couple really begins. Some couples, like Kelly and Max Walker, are meant to be together. But even the happiest of families may have secrets that rock the very foundation of a solid marriage. That today was their thirteenth wedding anniversary seemed to have slipped his wife’s ever-practical mind. He, on the other hand, had made romantic plans-a weekend for two at the Salish Lodge, at Snoqualmie Falls, east of Seattle. No, I promise, Kelly said absently, slipping her feet into pumps while consulting her to do list.

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Baby, Baby (Paperback). Published February 23rd 2000 by Harlequin Superromance. Published November 26th 2014 by Mills & Boon Vintage Superromance. Paperback, 304 pages. Author(s): Roz Denny Fox (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 0373709021 (ISBN13: 9780373709021).

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Globus Globus
Lacy Hyatt Camron left her husband Micheal and met a married man named Kip Fielding III. Nine months later she is brought into a hospital in serious condition and very pregnant. Her sister Faith comes to see her and wants to know who the father is. Lacy is not sure, and before she can say much more she is dead.

Faith wants to raise her sisters twins but both Micheal and Kip are claiming that they are the father of the twins. After taking the twins home Faith finds out how hard it is to raise them. Micheal however, lives right next door and helps her out. Soon they are in love, but he still feels that he is the father of the twins.

Several months go by and the DNA test results come back. It is a doosy, and changes the dynamic between between Faith and Micheal. Things work out in the end. Faith and Micheal are together and even though it may look like the twins will be seperated, they are not
Mr.Bean Mr.Bean
Dr. Michael Cameron and his wife Lacy argue over their relationship as he gets ready to leave to perform a transplant operation on a teenager. Lacy feels her spouse only married her because she was his first patient, but a few months later the couple divorces. A couple months later, a pregnant Lacy is in emergency care at the hospital. Lacy explains to her sister Faith that she has stopped taking her rejection medicine and that the father of her child is probably a married rat named Kipp Fielding III.

Lacy tells Faith to raise her child before she dies while giving birth to twins. Kipp claims the boy as his while Michael claims the twins are his. Into that mix stands Faith who vows to honor her deathbed promise and insure neither one gets either infant. However, Michael offers Faith a deal that they marry and raise the children together. Faith has always loved Michael, but hid her feelings from him. Now he wants a marriage of convenience that will protect her and her deceased sister's interest in the two babies, but will leave her heart vulnerable.

BABY, BABY is a warm relationship drama that will touch the hearts of readers everywhere. The story line is uplifting yet there is an underlying sadness to the plot. The lead couple is an intriguing pair struggling with their attraction for one another, the needs of the children, and the ghost of Lacy lingering in the background. Roz Denny Fox provides her audience with a well-written sentimental relationship tale.

Harriet Klausner
Venemarr Venemarr
Faith Hyatt grants her sister's final request. Just before Lacy is rushed into surgery for a Caeserian section, Faith signs papers which will give her custody of the baby about to be born. Lacy doesn't survive, but delivers healthy, premature twins. Before Faith can even complete the funeral arrangements, two men show up, each claiming to be father of the babies and demanding custody. One is Dr. Michael Cameron, Lacy's ex-husband and the other is Kip Fielding III who claims to have been Lacy's married lover. Dr. Cameron never wanted the divorce and wants to claim his children. Kip Fielding and his wife have been unable to conceive and are being pressured by his father to produce an heir. Faith wants to fulfil her promise to her dying sister. Tension builds as the dispute over the babies is taken to court where each of the three parties seem to have almost equal standing. Lawyers for the three can't seem to agree on anything and newspaper reporters seem determined to air every possible detail in it's most embarassing context. In the midst of all the confllict and strife, a tender love story begins to unfold. A clever plot twist heightens the already tense situation and keeps the suspense surging. In addition to writing a terrific story, It's evident the author has intimate knowledge when it comes to parenting multiple babies. The joys, difficulties and sheer exhaustion of caring for newborn twins is related in vivid detail and should be required reading for parents expecting a multiple birth situation.