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Nolan McKinnon is shocked when he's named his niece's guardian. He knows nothing about taking care of a little girl—especially an orphan—but he still would have bet he knew more than Kim Sherman.

Kim's a newcomer to Enchantment—one who seems a little too determined not to get involved with anyone. But Nolan can't refuse help, even if it comes from a woman with secrets in her past….

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Overview


Nolan McKinnon is shocked when he's named his niece's guardian. He knows nothing about taking care of a little girl—especially an orphan—but he still would have bet he knew more than Kim Sherman.

Kim's a newcomer to Enchantment—one who seems a little too determined not to get involved with anyone. But Nolan can't refuse help, even if it comes from a woman with secrets in her past….

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459236660
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 3/15/2012
  • Series: Birth Place Series , #1170
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 500,098
  • File size: 475 KB

Meet the Author


CJ Carmichael gave up the glamour of income tax forms and double-entry bookkeeping when she sold her first book in 1998. She has now written 30 novels for Harlequin. Besides winning the Aspen Gold award for romantic suspense, she has been nominated for RWA’s Rita award, Romantic Time’s Career Achievement award for romantic suspense and The Bookseller’s Best award. CJ lives in Calgary, Alberta with her partner Mike, and the family cat, Penny.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2003

    strong look at the aftermath of tragedy

    In Enchantment, New Mexico midwife Lydia Kane of The Birth Place realizes that the birth is too slow. She takes her patient Mary Davidson to Arroyo County Hospital. However, a double tragedy occurs anyway with a stillborn birth and a dead mother. Unable to cope, the father races out of the hospital only to die in a car crash. Though estranged from his sister, editor-owner of the Arroyo County Bulletin Nolan McKinnon has one more shocker. He learns that he is the guardian of his six year old niece Samantha. <P>The Birth Place accountant Kim Sherman knows how unpopular she is among the staff, but does not care how anyone feels about her until she hears her mentor sobbing. Offering solace to septuagenarian Mary, she soon extends her heart to the stunned Sammy, which ultimately leads her to the child¿s Uncle Nolan. For someone who was proud of staying aloof, Kim falls in love with Nolan and Sammy, but knows her secrets make forever impossible. <P>The tragedy that grips the audience at the beginning of the novel is well designed so that everyone involved including the reader feels it, but no one quite like Samantha. Fans will feel for her though Uncle Nolan does his best to ease her bewilderment even while he wonders why he and not his in-law¿s mom. Kim¿s metamorphosis is more difficult to accept as her demeanor goes from acrimonious loner to loving for the uncle and his niece as well as empathy to the shocked Mary. Kim¿s mysterious background adds suspense in an angst laden novel that is at its best when the Enchantment works its healing on those touched by the triple tragedy. <P>Harriet Klausner

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