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Posted December 9, 2008
In 1987 in the newly opened Serenity House for Troubled Girls in Hyde Point, New York, pregnant Paige Kendrick and her sister Jade learn their parents died in a motorcycle accident. Paige immediately goes into labor giving birth to a healthy girl. Paige rejects the baby, refusing to even see or touch the newborn. <P>Fifteen years later Obstetrician Dr. Ian Chandler asks Paige, a pediatrician, to join his new center for unwed mothers and children without any money. At first she refuses as she hates any reminder of where she comes from, but he manipulates Paige into finally joining. As they work close together, they fall in love, but she feels betrayed when he fills out the right to know (RTK) application to locate the infant she gave up years ago. <P>Readers who take pleasure in an interesting contemporary romance starring a scarred lead protagonist will want to read Kathryn Shay¿s latest novel, PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. The story line focuses on the concept that the child becomes the adult as Paige takes plenty of teenage baggage with her into her present life even though she overcomes much to become a doctor. Though her reaction to Ian¿s kind gesture of the RTK application that he never forwarded seems overkill some fans will see even that as a defense mechanism of a hurting soul worth reading about. <P>Harriet Klausner
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Posted November 11, 2011
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