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Another Woman's Son (Harlequin Super Romance #1294)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A wonderful contemporary romance

    Isabel Barker has known for months that her estranged husband Will and her married sister Faith were having an affair. She never informed her brother-in-law Ben feeling unsure whether to tell him or not that his wife cheated on him with her brother-in-law. However, the car crash that killed the cheating lovers leaves her no choice as she feels she must explain to the grieving husband that his eighteen month old child Tony does not contain his DNA.................. Ben is stunned with Isabel¿s accusations that their deceased spouses were fleeing with their infant when they crashed. He assumes at first that she is filled with guilt over her rift with her late husband. However, as Ben begins to accept the truth about his wife and their child, he sees how loving and nurturing Isabel is towards her nephew. As the two work closely together to insure that Tony is loved the cuckolded pair fall in love, but can they make a happy family of three out of the tragedy..................... Though the intriguing family drama at times feels like a soap opera, fans will enjoy this fine contemporary romance that demonstrates the healing power of love. The adults are a delightful duo as they struggle with anger and resentment towards their late spouses which in turn makes it difficult to admit they love one another until their feelings towards the innocent child and each other begins healing them. Fans of deep character study tales will appreciate Awesome Anna Adams¿ strong tale.............. Harriet Klausner

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