Madison's Children (Harlequin Super Romance #1592) [NOOK Book]

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A smart person knows when to accept her lot in life. So Madison Belle has resigned herself to a solo existence running her family's ranch. That's before she finds a young girl and her baby brother hiding out in her barn…and before she meets their tough but tender father.

As the only law in High Cotton, Texas, Walker is struggling to juggle his job with single parenthood. But his kids need a mother, and Maddie has a way of making them all ...
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Madison's Children (Harlequin Super Romance #1592)

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Overview



A smart person knows when to accept her lot in life. So Madison Belle has resigned herself to a solo existence running her family's ranch. That's before she finds a young girl and her baby brother hiding out in her barn…and before she meets their tough but tender father.

As the only law in High Cotton, Texas, Walker is struggling to juggle his job with single parenthood. But his kids need a mother, and Maddie has a way of making them all feel like a family again. The beautiful rancher is even starting to make Walker believe in miracles. Until his ex-wife shows up, claiming to be carrying his child…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426841507
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 10/1/2009
  • Series: Belles of Texas, #2
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 205,085
  • File size: 186 KB

Meet the Author

Linda Warren loves happy endings. The Rita® nominated author has written 26 books in the last ten years. Drawing upon her years of growing up on a ranch in Texas, she writes about sexy heroes, feisty heroines and broken families with an emotional punch. She lives in central Texas with her husband, and spends her days doing what she loves—creating unforgettable love stories—with happy endings.

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  • Posted November 29, 2011

    Very good read!!

    Loved this book. I have read all 3 in the series.

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  • Posted May 19, 2010

    Don't waste your time.

    Very poorly written and edited. The characters are mediocre and a lot of times don't come off as real. There's a 10 year old in the book, who has the personality of a 15 year old, it's just not believable. The writing doesn't flow and there's a lot of redundancy, like "My job took me away from them and sadly I was never there" Redundant and grammatically incorrect! The whole book is like this.

    I've read 1 other Linda Warren book and while it wasn't nearly as bad as this one, I don't think I'll be purchasing any more of her books.

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  • Posted November 11, 2009

    Madison's Children

    Madison's Children is very heart warming and heart wretching read.

    I think that Madison and Walker's tale is something that could happen every day. A woman who loses her ability to have chilren, and a father who struggles with the responsibilities of single parenthood. The one thing I do like about the story is that it shows Madison and Walker make a strong couple, that they do need each other, and that without the other, they aren't as strong. They are stronger together.

    I did enjoy reading about their struggles through their relationship, as well as the roadblocks that were cast in their way.

    I do recommend this book to anyone that enjoys a good story showing the strenght of family.

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  • Posted October 6, 2009

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    The Belles of Texas is an enjoyable romance

    In High Cotton, Texas Philadelphian Madison Belle finds two kids hiding in the barn on her family's High Five ranch. She learns from the cowhands that teenage Ginny, tweener Georgie and infant Haley are the children of local constable Walker. Although the kids want to run way to their mom Trisha in Lubbock, Madison calls Walker to retrieve his children.

    Already attracted to Walker, Maddie decides to assist the beleaguered single dad with his brood. The older two children have had issues since their mom ran off with Tony. As Walker falls in love with Maddie and she with him and his three offspring; their mom comes home claiming she is carrying his child.

    The Belles of Texas (see Caitlyn's Prize) is an enjoyable romance starring two individuals with issues to overcome. Madison is healing physically and unsure she can deal with three children in need of nurturing and mothering. Walker distrusts women since his wife deserted him and the kids. Both know the children's needs come before their desire. Although Trisha is unbelievably over the edge with the kids, fans will relish this tale as she has rights that love might not be able to overcome.

    Harriet Klausner

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