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Adopted Son (Harlequin Super Romance #1440)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2007

    Another Home Run For Linda Warren

    My first Linda Warren book was Emily's Daughter, and since the first book, I have been one of her biggest fans. Each of her books are definitely keepers and Adopted Son is no exception. Adopted Son made me laugh and cry, as Grace and Tuck both had little Brady's best interest at heart. If you have never read a Linda Warren book, I highly recommend you do so, you will not be sorry.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Entertaining

    In Austin, Texas Ranger Jeremiah 'Tuck' Tucker finds the abandoned two year old at a crime scene. The evidence is overwhelming that the infant has been neglected and Tuck¿s heart reaches out to the little boy, who has no family or home. Tuck decides to adopt Brady.------------- However, attorney Grace Whitten represents another couple who want to raise the child. Tuck is irate as she is his half-sister-in-law¿s sister and so should be on his side. Grace who has been half in love with Tuck since she met him at her sister¿s wedding, drops out of the case because of personal interests. Her action opens up Tuck¿s mind to the sensitive caring woman who wants what is best for Brady.------------ Although the abandoned baby as a matchmaker has been used as a theme a zillion times, Linda Warren refreshes it with the legal battle over guardianship. Tuck and Grace are likable characters who each in their own way want what¿s best for Brady. Brady¿s history is horrifying as his addicted mom Nicole Harper neglects him, his grandmother is dying from cancer, and his biological father is dead. Fans will want the best too for the little guy while also seeking out the story of Tuck¿s half-brother Eli and Grace¿s sister Caroline (see FORGOTTEN SON).-------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2007

    Adopted Son

    After answering a call asking for backup, Texas Ranger Jeremiah ¿Tuck¿ Tucker discovers an abandoned child at the crime scene. Little Brady has been neglected ¿ and it turns out is he had no living family. Tuck is determined to give the two-year-old boy a home, and starts the process of adoption. He¿s furious when he learns Grace Whitten, a lawyer and family friend, is representing a couple who also want Brady. She and Tuck have never gotten along, and now she¿s questioning his abilities as a parent. But once he finds out Grace¿s true intentions for the child, he feigns to see beyond the lawyer, to the woman. And to the potential wife and mother¿ I have been having a hard time putting my feelings about this book into words. I really enjoyed the book. I found it very heartwarming. But I don¿t want to just stay that. Whenever I read one of Linda¿s books, the characters and circumstances feel very real to me that I can see the events of the book really happen. A woman seeking her meddling father¿s approval and support has neglected her personal life for her career. A man¿s desire to continue the work of his adopted parents and his connection with a little boy that he wants to give love and security. Their struggle to make sure the child is put into the perfect home. The novel is a perfect end to a great series. The ¿street¿ date for Adopted Son is Sept 11. Put this great book on your wish list for this month, even if you haven¿t read the rest of the series.

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