With Child [NOOK Book]

Overview

On a beautiful spring night Mindy Fenton went to bed thinking all was right in her world. Before it was over everything had changed—and not for the better.

Mindy was awakened by Brendan Quinn with the news that her husband had been shot and killed. Now Mindy is alone, nearly broke and pregnant…and Quinn—a man who never hid his contempt for her—is the only one she can turn to.

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With Child

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Overview

On a beautiful spring night Mindy Fenton went to bed thinking all was right in her world. Before it was over everything had changed—and not for the better.

Mindy was awakened by Brendan Quinn with the news that her husband had been shot and killed. Now Mindy is alone, nearly broke and pregnant…and Quinn—a man who never hid his contempt for her—is the only one she can turn to.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426886751
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/27/2010
  • Series: 9 Months Later, #1273
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 322,063
  • File size: 511 KB

Meet the Author

The author of more than ninety books for children and adults, Janice Kay Johnson writes about love and family - about the way generations connect and the power our earliest experiences have on us throughout life.  An eight time finalist for the Romance Writers of America RITA award, she won a RITA in 2008 for her Superromance novel Snowbound.  A former librarian, Janice raised two daughters in a small town north of Seattle, Washington.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fine romantic contemporary

    In Seattle Police Detective Brendan Quinn learns that his best friend Dean Fenton was murdered. Apparently Dean, who owned a security firm, was working a warehouse when two youths entered. They came not so much to rob the place, but to locate the meth they stashed in a trailer. In a senseless killing, the youngsters shot Dean when he found them. Feeling obligated, Brendan, who played ball with Dean as a child, informs Mindy, the pregnant wife of his late buddy. --- Brendan tries to be there though he never liked the widow. He soon realizes that his previous feelings towards Mindy was a form of reaction formation to hide even from himself how attracted he was and is to his best friend¿s widow. As Mindy begins to reciprocate, both feel guilt that they are betraying the memory of a nice man. --- The likable lead couple will keep the audience glued to this fine romantic contemporary as they struggle with love for one another and deep regard and love for the deceased. The story line is character driven with Brendan and Mindy feeling guilty that they are betraying a loved on, turning any relationship into a forbidden triangle. Janice Kay Johnson writes a strong relationship drama as the unborn symbolizes the future and the past.--- Harriet Klausner

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