Which Child Is Mine? [NOOK Book]

Overview


Two women in labor…

A delivery ward in chaos…

A mix-up during a blackout…

For three years, single mother Jillian Kendall had raised her daughter, Abby, and built a secure and loving home. But her happiness was threatened by Chase Remmington's claims that their babies had been switched at birth. Jillian would do anything to keep the child she'd lovingly raised, but she also ...

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Which Child Is Mine?

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Overview


Two women in labor…

A delivery ward in chaos…

A mix-up during a blackout…

For three years, single mother Jillian Kendall had raised her daughter, Abby, and built a secure and loving home. But her happiness was threatened by Chase Remmington's claims that their babies had been switched at birth. Jillian would do anything to keep the child she'd lovingly raised, but she also wanted Marianne, the baby she'd given birth to….

The only way Jillian could have both little girls was to marry Chase. Although he was a mystery to her, she saw the tenderness in his eyes when he looked at her daughter. Jillian also saw the passion in his eyes when he looked at her. Could Jillian find the courage to accept everything Chase offered?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459224704
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 12/15/2011
  • Series: Silhouette Special Edition Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 374,252
  • File size: 584 KB

Meet the Author


Award-winning author Karen Rose Smith lives in Pennsylvania. Her romances have made both the USA TODAY list and the Waldenbooks Bestseller list for Series Romance. Believing in the power of love, she envisions herself writing relationship novels for a long time to come! Readers can e-mail Karen through her website at karenrosesmith.com or write to her at P.O. Box 1545, Hanover, PA 17331.
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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    strong character driven family drama

    In the DC area, Fran Remington and Jillian Kendall share room as both give birth moments apart during a storm. The lights go out and not long afterward, Fran dies.--- Three years later Fran¿s husband Chase has raised his child Marianne with the help of his mother in Pennsylvania where he manages Willow Creek estates Vineyard. He goes to Florida to inform widow Jillian that in the chaos of the birthing their children were switched. Since Marianne needs surgery to repair heart problems, Chase gave blood only to learn that his daughter¿s blood type means neither he nor Fran are her biological parents. Jillian has AB while her child Abby has blood types that could have come from the Remingtons. As the two parents and their two children muddle through the mess, the last thing either of the adults expected was to fall in love with one another.--- Although the theme has been overdone and the convenience of having the spouses deceased (and out of the way), Karen Rose Smith furbishes a powerful tale due to a strong cast that overcomes the shortcomings. The lead couple is a likable pair who misses their beloved spouses, but are model single parents who miraculously begin to find solace and love with each other. The support cast, especially the children and even a toy dog have distinct personalities that add to the tense drama. Contemporary romance readers will value this character driven family drama.--- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2013

    Lets meet the drama

    Dddddd drama dddddd drama lets meet the drama and lets get sexy for we are the drama queens are you drama?

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