Adopted Parents

Adopted Parents

by Candy Halliday
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Adopted Parents by Candy Halliday

Hallie Weston has always known she's not mommy material. She's a career girl through and through. And that's never been a problem… until now. Because suddenly she's guardian for her infant niece, in charge of finding new adopted parents. Worse, she's sharing that responsibility with the baby's uncle, Nathan Brock.

The help should be welcome—especially with Hallie out of her depth. Too bad the history she shares with Nate makes it impossible to be in the same house and ignore those old sparks. So they act on them and she's amazed about how good they are together. But when he suggests they stop the parent search and become a real family Hallie is torn between the role she never wanted and the man she always has.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426869280
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/01/2010
Series: Suddenly a Parent , #1664
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 517 KB

About the Author

Born on April Fool's Day, Candy Halliday has always viewed life with a comical eye. Multipublished in category and single title romantic comedy, Candy's sense of humor definitely paid off. But Candy also has a serious side when it comes to her traditional romances. Visit Candy at: She loves hearing from readers.

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Adopted Parents 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Truth and honesty
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book to curl up on the couch and read. Smooth reading. Touching storyline.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Janet and David die in a car accident leaving behind their adopted infant Vietnamese daughter Ahn. Janet's sister Hallie Weston and David's brother Nathan Brock agree to raise their niece together in spite of their work history and his crushing her crush of him; that is until they find new adoptive parents for Ahn. While struggling with honoring their siblings' wish re the baby, Hallie and Nathan also battle their feelings for one another. Nathan wants to marry Hallie and raise the baby together. Hallie having been hammered by Nathan prefers to remain an aunt and seek new parents for Ahn. This is an intriguing family drama with a romantic subplot that takes a backseat over what to do about Ahn. The infant's developmental issues seem genuine as are Hallie's doubts. Although readers will immensely disbelieve that international photojournalist Nathan will choose to abruptly stay in Boston to be father to his niece and wannabe husband to Hallie, fans will enjoy this entertaining contemporary as the adults have no time to grieve their respective loss since the baby comes first. Harriet Klausner