A Mother's Way: A Romance Anthology

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New York, NY, U.S.A. 2002 Mass Market Paperback NEW PB. Anthology: "Mother, May I? " by Lynsay Sands; "The Breeding Season" by Lisa Cach; "Seeking Single Superhero" by Julie ... Kenner; "The Day Her Heart Stood Still" by Susan Grant. Read more Show Less

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  • ISBN-13: 9780505524713
  • Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/28/2007
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reissue
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 4.70 (w) x 6.48 (h) x 1.07 (d)

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Lisa Cach
Lisa Cach

Lisa Cach is the national bestselling, award-winning author of more than a dozen books, including Have Glass Slippers, Will Travel (available from Pocket Books). Her novel Dating Without Novocaine was named one of Waldenbooks' "Best Books of 2002," and she is a two-time finalist for the prestigious RITA Award from the Romance Writers of America -- for her novella in the 2003 A Mother's Way anthology and for her paranormal novel Come to Me. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.

Please visit her website at lisacach.com.

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  • Posted August 5, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    A Mother¿s Way Anthology Mother: May I by Lynsay Sands ¿ 1353 Lo

    A Mother’s Way Anthology
    Mother: May I by Lynsay Sands – 1353 London, England
    Lord Jonathon of Fairley’s mother has been throwing her friends daughters at him for five years, since her husband and older son died. She needed to get creative and act innocent….a plan is formed and moves forward. First King Edward informs Jonathan he must marry in two weeks. Then she gets her daughters friend, Alice of Houghton, to help him find the perfect wife. As long as Jonathan doesn’t suspect her of meddling….this plan might just work.




    The Breeding Season by Lisa Cach – 1750 Bath, England
    What better help for shy Charles Highcroft to be pushed into being social then Evelina Johnson. Their mothers decided their son and daughter needed to help each other. Evelina was getting a bit of a reputation with the men she’d been kissing and poor Charles was more than content with his horses. After all, it was much easier to be around animals than people. And as simple as Charles chose to dress, Evelina preferred the highest fashions. Can this mismatched couple really help each other? With meddling mothers….anything is possible. I loved the way the author brought the characters to life, especially Charles who really grabbed this readers heart with his shyness.




    Seeking Single Superhero by Julie Kenner – Today
    Protectors/Superheros Series Novella – Book 1.5
    Jennifer Martin does not want to date a Protector. She works as a liaison for them and knows what egotistical jerks they can be. Her mother on the other hand believes her daughter needs a Protector and puts an ad in their newsletter for her daughter. After all a mother knows what’s best for her own daughter, right?




    Starbuck is not your usual Protector. He doesn’t have that body with the biceps that shout out he’s strong and nothing else about his physical appearance matches up either. And that’s why he is used to go undercover. In this case, he needs to find a mole and looking like a computer type geek fits the role. He’s not sure if it’s good or bad that the girl he wants don’t like Protectors and thinks he’s safe, because eventually the truth will come out.
    **Sensual situations
    **Re-released as: Aphrodite’s Embrace 




    The Day Her Heart Stood Still by Susan Grant – Tomorrow
    Andie Del Sarto had it all. She was a pilot and an astronaut and it was soon to be announced that she was one of the six chosen to go Mars. And yet something was missing. While visiting her parents in Roswell she let a small part of her mom’s weirdness take over and she wished upon a star for the man of her dreams. Who knew her dream could come true. Now can she let go of herself enough to latch on to her dream and accept the unpredictable?
    **Sensual content and mild language

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2002

    fun to read

    ¿Mother May I¿ by Lynsay Sands. In 1358 London, Margaret and Elizabeth want their children, Jonathan and Alice, married. Neither Jonathan nor Alice wants to wed anyone. The king orders Jonathan to find a fiancée. As Alice helps him pick a wife, they fall in love. In spite of the ludicrous mothers, medieval romance fans will find this tale cute. <P>¿The Breeding Season¿ by Lisa Cach. In 1750 England, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Highcroft agree their children would make a perfect couple. However, Evelina enjoys parties while Charles relishes studious pursuits. After getting the duo together, the moms allow nature to take control. The cast makes this an entertaining historical romp. <P>¿Seeking Single Superhero¿ by Julie Kenner. Jennifer works for the Mortal-Protector Liaison Office, hiding superhero protectors from the people. Jenny detests the conceited protectors, but her mother selects one for her to marry. Julie prefers Starbuck, a seemingly ordinary person working undercover to ferret out a spy. This comic book futuristic romance is at its best when the plot faces its A-Team player Starbuck. <P> ¿The Day Her Heart Stood Still¿ by Susan Grant. Astronaut Andie visits her wacky mom, a true ET believer. When Zefer the alien arrives, Andie¿s mother believes he is perfect for her daughter even if they are a star-crossed couple. This hyperspeed tale is science fiction romance at its delightful best. <P> The four stories are for the most part fun to read with delightful lead couples spanning the sub-genres, but the irritating imbecilic mothers slow down the plots with their shenanigans. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2002

    Wonderfully written!

    I really enjoyed all the stories, they were wonderful. They make you believe that anything is possible if you wish hard enough.

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