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Baby by Chance
     

Baby by Chance

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by M.J. Rodgers
 

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Susan Carter needs to find a man.

Not just any man, but the stranger who fathered her unborn child. In desperation, she turns to David Knight, one of the detectives working for White Knight Investigations. She's sure she'll look bad to David—she doesn't even know the last name of the man she's searching for—but she has no choice. It

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Susan Carter needs to find a man.

Not just any man, but the stranger who fathered her unborn child. In desperation, she turns to David Knight, one of the detectives working for White Knight Investigations. She's sure she'll look bad to David—she doesn't even know the last name of the man she's searching for—but she has no choice. It's the only way to find out about her child's father.

David Knight doesn't expect to like every client he has. What surprises him is how much he likes Susan, especially since he knows she's keeping things from him. If she wasn't, wouldn't she tell him about the man who gave her the ring she wears on her left hand?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459236301
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
03/15/2012
Series:
White Knight Investigations , #1
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
1,275,658
File size:
1 MB

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Baby By Chance (Harlequin Super Romance #1116) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Silver Valley, Washington, True Nature magazine photographer Susan Carter visits the White Knight Investigations agency. Though he has no time for a drop-in as the family firm normally only accepts appointments, private investigator David Knight listens to her. Susan wants David to locate Todd, who she met six weeks ago at a self-improvement seminar and shared sex. Pregnant with his child, she wants to know more about him. David pleads with her to tell him her entire story, but when he believes she failed to do so he refuses to take her on as a client. David is unable to forget Susan so he checks into her only to learn that the ring she wore was from her deceased husband of several years. He finds her while she is on assignment; and when she faints, he carries her and her pack to his vehicle. As he works her case, they fall in love, but she doubts that he can love someone else¿s baby even when David risks his life to keep Susan safe when the inquiries lead to danger. The story line is at its best when David displays his sleuthing skills. While desperately seeking Todd, Susan hooks the audience with her calm caring constitution except when her heart heats up for her hero. Though the intrigue subplot adds tension, it feels contrived and reduces one side of a potentially angst equilateral triangle. Still fans of contemporary romance will relish BABY BY CHANCE, as the pleasant primary pair provide a strong tale and set the stage for more White Knight Investigations. Harriet Klausner