The Unknown Daughter [NOOK Book]

Overview


Beware of what you look for…

Carrinne Wilmington vowed she'd never return to the Georgia hometown she fled as a pregnant teen. But now she has no choice. Carrinne's life depends on finding her father, a man she never knew…and the key to the transplant she needs. So she decides to sneak back into town and get out with the clue to her father's identity—with no one the wiser.

Unfortunately, she comes face-to-face with the last person she wants to...

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Overview


Beware of what you look for…

Carrinne Wilmington vowed she'd never return to the Georgia hometown she fled as a pregnant teen. But now she has no choice. Carrinne's life depends on finding her father, a man she never knew…and the key to the transplant she needs. So she decides to sneak back into town and get out with the clue to her father's identity—with no one the wiser.

Unfortunately, she comes face-to-face with the last person she wants to see—Sheriff Eric Rivers, the former bad-boy-gone-respectable and father of their teenage daughter. When Carrinne's life is threatened by someone determined to stop her search, Carrinne must learn to trust Eric. Not so easy when he's already disappointed her once.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459228863
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 1/17/2012
  • Series: A Little Secret Series , #1234
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 594,004
  • File size: 522 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great debut

    Though her memories are bad, Carrinne Wilmington must return to Oakwood, Georgia to learn the identity of her father because she needs him for the transplant. Her plan is to avoid her grandfather and the man she loves Eric Rivers who both rejected her and drove her from town. Besides not wanting to see the two gentlemen who rebuffed her, she wants to hide her teenage daughter Maggie from the duo especially Sheriff Rivers, the father................... Carrinne¿s effort to sneak in without detection fails from her first effort to get in and out as she is caught by a silent alarm and Eric. Worse someone wants the secret identity of her father left secret and is willing to kill the nosy Carrinne to accomplish this deed. Carrinne must give up on her quest, take her chance on surviving a killer, or rely on Eric to keep her safe although she does not trust the man she disappointingly still loves............................... This entertaining contemporary romance is a five tissue box tale filled with angst and perhaps too much tear jerking yet fans will want even more. The cast keeps the tale from going over the edge into soap opera city as Eric sees a second chance, Carrinne and her grandfather has an opportunity, and then there is magnificent Maggie, perhaps older than her teen years suggest. Readers will appreciate Anna DeStefano¿s debut except perhaps tree lovers as an awful lot of tissues will be used............................. Harriet Klausner

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