D'Alessandro's Child

D'Alessandro's Child

by Catherine Spencer

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When Michael D'Alessandro discovers that three years ago his ex-wife gave birth and then had his baby adopted, his only desire is to find his son.

Michael finds little Jeremy safe and utterly loved by his new mom, the lovely Camille. Soon passion takes over. But Camille is unaware that Jeremy is Michael's son. How can Michael tell her the truth—and keep both his child and the woman he adores?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426886416
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 12/27/2010
Series: Harlequin Presents Series , #2250
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 272,547
File size: 432 KB

About the Author

In the past, Catherine Spencer has been an English teacher which was the springboard for her writing career. Heathcliff, Rochester, Romeo and Rhett were all responsible for her love of brooding heroes! Catherine has had the lucky honour of being a Romance Writers of America RITA finalist and has been a guest speaker at both international and local conferences and was the only Canadian chosen to appear on the television special, Harlequin goes Prime Time.

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D'Alessandro's Child 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an interesting story. The characters were not very likable nor were they believable. I did not like the fact that the little boy was always with the nanny.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Catherine Spencer's story of two so unlike people, Mike D'Alessandro and Camille Whitfield, drawn together is a super tale. Her plot is so evocative of the complex world we share. Mike and Camille are irresistibly drawn together by an intense passion they cannot deny. But Mike cannot tell Camille of the real bond they share. How Mike finally reaches out and claims Camille's heart is a stirring sstory of romance and adventure. Catherine Spencer describes in exciting detail the joys these two lovers share. Try as they may, they cannot still their passion for each other. Yet only slowly do they come to understand how much more they share. The wide embrace of their love includes compassion for the less fortunate and caring understanding for the persons who have failed them. This is a story that satisfies our longing for the warmth of caring people and the delights of passionate love. I savored the strength of Mike, a man willing to pursue the woman he desires and to go after the son he was denied. The awakening of Camille as she learns to follow her heart is so exciting as Catherine Spencer describes the intense pleasure Camille finally experiences as a full woman. The final chapter shows us Camille as a strong, mature woman aware of the romance life holds and ready to choose her future. Catherine Spencer again has given of her superb imagination and sensitive understanding of human nature. D'Alessandro's Child is a romance to read and to treasure.