Somebody's Daughter [NOOK Book]

Overview

Kit Burke isn't who she thinks she is. According to her mother's deathbed confession, she was kidnapped from her real parents when she was a baby. Now she's on a mission to find out who she is—the daughter of a convicted criminal, the long-lost daughter of a prominent Salt Lake family, or someone else entirely?

As she closes in on her real identity, Kit has a choice to make—a choice between family and her one true love. But will Cord McFarland ...

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Somebody's Daughter

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Overview

Kit Burke isn't who she thinks she is. According to her mother's deathbed confession, she was kidnapped from her real parents when she was a baby. Now she's on a mission to find out who she is—the daughter of a convicted criminal, the long-lost daughter of a prominent Salt Lake family, or someone else entirely?

As she closes in on her real identity, Kit has a choice to make—a choice between family and her one true love. But will Cord McFarland help her find the truth, or will he stand in her way?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426878435
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 9/1/2010
  • Series: Lost & Found Series, #1259
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 642,799
  • File size: 767 KB

Meet the Author

Rebecca Winters lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. With canyons and high alpine meadows full of wildflowers, she never runs out of places to explore. They, plus her favourite vacation spots in Europe, often end up as backgrounds for her romance novels because writing is her passion, along with her family and church. Rebecca loves to hear from readers. If you wish to e-mail her, please visit her website at: www.cleanromances.com

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Beautiful love story

    In Venice Beach, California, cleaning woman and college student Kit Burke mourns the death of her alcoholic mom and fears Rena¿s deathbed confession that she was not her biological mother. Instead, Rena said that Kit was actually Kathryn McFarland, but her spouse Frankie, who left them two decades ago, abducted her when she was one month old. DNA testing proves that Kit and Rena are not from the same gene pool and Internet research confirms the supporting information her mom provided including the kidnapping of Kathryn..................... Kit goes to Salt Lake to meet the McFarland family who are well to do and have set up a foundation dedicated to Kathryn. When she meets Cord McFarland, , she finds herself very attracted to him although she tries not to desire him in case he is her sibling. He reciprocates her feelings and though he believes that her tale is legitimate and that she must be somebody¿s baby, he refuses deep inside to accept that he could love his sister in a non-brotherly way............................. SOMEBODY¿S DAUGHTER is an exhilarating contemporary tale in which the lead couple is falling in love, but fears that if his parent¿s deepest wish turns out to be true, their feelings are taboo and must be ignored. This cleverly devised sexual tension permeates the plot as the likable pair struggle not to kiss one another while working on the truth. All Rebecca Winters tales are fun in all seasons so family drama fans will look forward to the summer sequel when THE DAUGHTER¿S RETURN is published................... Harriet Klausner

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