Her Lost and Found Baby

Her Lost and Found Baby

by Tara Taylor Quinn

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488093791
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 08/01/2018
Series: The Daycare Chronicles
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 70,022
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

A USA Today Bestselling author of 80 novels, in twenty languages, Tara Taylor Quinn has sold more than seven million copies. Known for her intense emotional fiction, Ms. Quinn is a five time finalist for the RWA Rita Award and has appeared often on local and national TV including CBS Sunday Morning.

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Her Lost and Found Baby 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Andrea_C 11 months ago
I felt a little thrown off at the beginning of the book when we were introduced to Johnny and Tabitha. We're clearly in the middle of their story, as they've already been working together for some time trying to track down her missing son. Already they have the hots for each other, though they aren't admitting it to each other. Somehow I think I would have liked it had we started a bit more at the beginning so that I could better understand how their partnership came to be and to really watch the feelings develop. At the same time, we are thrown into the action. The food truck has been doing well. They are getting closer and closer to finding Baby Jackson. And the two of them really seem to be ready to move on from their previous relationships. You're hopping on the horse mid-ride, but it's a heck of a ride. I cannot imagine what it would be like to have your child abducted, to be constantly searching for his face in the faces of every toddler who comes across your path, and to have doors frustratingly slammed in your face every time you feel like you are making progress. And then as you are doing your own investigation, how difficult to make sure you are carefully following protocol so that nothing you unearth gets thrown out of evidence as a technicality. I really enjoyed this part of the book, the search for Baby Jackson. Johnny and Tabitha are good for each other. They have an easy camaraderie that serves them well both in business matters and in their personal lives. That's such a beautiful thing when you finally find it in someone else. Both of them are quite damaged from their losses and need the other one to help to fill those voids. I like they way they work together and was rooting for them on multiple levels through the entire story. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
WishEnd 11 months ago
HER LOST AND FOUND BABY is a heartwarming story about two people who form an agreement to support each other as they try to work through some difficult things, Tabitha to find her kidnapped son, and Johnny to fulfill his late wife's dream of running a food truck with the proceeds going to charity. They begin as neighbors, then business partners, move to friends, and then things change as they start to develop stronger feelings for each other. The suspense element is very slight, but still plays a vital role in their relationship as they work together to bring Tabitha's son home to her. Romance lovers will find much to love here! This author always does such a fabulous job in writing relatable, genuine characters who are easy to connect with and emotionally invest in. Tabitha and Johnny are no different. They are very much opposites in their circumstances, Tabitha having to work for everything, not necessarily being well off and having no close friends or family, while Johnny was born rich, is still rich, has loving parents and extended family, and has pretty much been successful with everything he's done. Their worlds are very different. Yet they connect and develop a romance as they work so closely with each other. "Sometimes you have to believe before you see." - Tabitha I really loved the light humor and the romance. I loved how Johnny was so unabashedly honest. I also loved how the romance slowly developed. They both try to resist, but they just can't help falling for each other. I also found the situation involving Tabitha's kidnapped son interesting and heartbreaking. I liked how the situation and how it was handled came across as accurate and realistic. Then there's this absolutely fabulous ending! *sigh* I had just a few issues with the story. First, the beginning felt somewhat rushed. There wasn't a whole lot of getting to know the characters prior to their agreement or see how they first meet and work the whole agreement out. It's already in place and they've already been working together for about nine months when the story begins. I would have loved a little more development in the story there. Although, with this having a smaller page count I can see why the story had to be moved along. Second, there were places where the POV changed and it took me a bit to figure that out. The voice wasn't quite strong enough for me to know the POV had changed, or to know who's POV it was, Tabitha's or Johnny's. "Because you only fail when you quit trying and I am never, ever going to stop." - Johnny In the end, was it what I wished for? Overall, this was a heartwarming romance with a little heat and a bittersweet situation with a kidnapped child. I enjoyed it and am looking forward to Taylor's next release. Content: Some mild swearing, some innuendo and sexual references, including a love scene. Source: I received a complimentary copy through Prism Book Tours, which did not require a positive review nor affect it in any way.
LynnB888 11 months ago
Tragedy brings together two lost souls! With her Harlequin Special Edition debut, Tara Taylor Quinn brings us a story of a woman searching for her missing child who partners with a man who is on a sabbatical from life to pay tribute to a lost loved one in a special way. They join forces to support and help each other and along the way start to feel more than friendship for each other. The missing child storyline was very intriguing and emotional. Really enjoyed it! When pediatric nurse Tabitha Jones became friends with her new neighbor, she had no clue he was going to be her saving grace for the last few months. He's her support system, her sounding board and her partner in crime as she searches all of the daycares in the are for her kidnapped toddler. Johnny Brubaker is happy to help Tabitha in any way he can, and in exchange, she helps him with a food truck mission he's been on. He tries not to let her get too discouraged, but also tries to reign her in when she gets too excited over a possible sighting. He's determined to help her find her son ... and lately he's been wanting her to decide to add him to her family as well!