Candice Poarch is the winner of the 2012 Emma Award for the Suspense Book of the Year. for Deadly Intention, the last book in “The Golden Bowl” series. She grew up in Stony Creek, Virginia, and graduated from Virginia State University with a degree in Physics. She is married with three adult children and a precious granddaughter whom she adores. She takes pride in crafting believable stories. As a child she was a dreamer and created stories in her mind. As she grew older, her writing centered on families, romance, and suspense. The quest for love is universal, she says. She believes that everyday life in America (whether small town or major metropolitan city) his its own rich rewards. She also likes telling stories that will leave today’s busy reader feeling refreshed, hopeful and inspired—not always an easy task, but well worth the challenge.
With This Kissby Candice Poarch
Karina Wallace once believed in love, too, but all that changed after that one incredible summer spent with Phoenix. He disappeared without a
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When Phoenix Dye returns to Nottoway, Virginia, after an eleven year absence, little did he know that the bothersome triplets who live across the road from him are his children by the only woman he has ever loved.
Karina Wallace once believed in love, too, but all that changed after that one incredible summer spent with Phoenix. He disappeared without a trace, leaving her pregnant and alone. Now he’s back and she’s torn between telling him the truth or leaving things as they are. She feels Phoenix will only be in town for a short time. Why let the triplets fall in love with him only to be heartbroken when he leaves? But when she is blackmailed, will she be forced to tell him the truth?
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While i enjoy stories by this author, i do not agree with the practice of woman not telling men about their children. This situation did not warrant secrecy. And to think she thought about not telling him once he got back into town. That is selfish.
Very interesting from beginning to end. There was never a dull moment!
This was the first book in the series that i read. I enjoyed it so much that i purchased the entire series and read them thi weekend. Waiting on th triplets stories.
Enjoyable read. Over 700 pages. A very satisfying read.