Mother's Day (3 Novels in 1) by Tara Taylor Quinn
Mother's Day by Tara Taylor Quinn released on May 25, 2001 is available now for purchase.
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The Birth Mother is a book by American author, Tara Taylor Quinn in the Family Man series. When publicity man Bryan Chambers loses his family in a tornado, he becomes an instant father to his eleven-year-old adopted niece, Nicki. And when, close to her twelfth birthday, Nicki begs him to find her birth mother, he can’t refuse. But when he tracks down Jennifer Teal, she seems not to be interested in children. Bryan isn’t going to let Jennifer break Nicki’s heart with a rejection, so he needs to get to know her a little better, and soon finds himself falling in love. Quinn’s characters have depth and appeal; her plot is a classic with a twist; there is plenty of emotion, and, of course, a happy ending. A moving romance read. Another Man’s Child is a book in the Nine Months Later series by Tara Taylor Quinn. Marcus and Lisa Cartwright are blissfully happy in their marriage until they discover that Marcus is sterile and can’t give Lisa the baby she fervently desires. Marcus considers divorcing Lisa so she can find a man to father a child with her. But Lisa is unwilling to let Marcus go, so takes a brave step to hold their marriage together. Lisa’s best friend, Beth is a lonely widow who helps her to achieve her goal. Lisa’s widowed father, Oliver is attracted to Beth. This novel has an interesting plot, but could have done with some judicious editing, as it rather dragged in places. Marcus, as the hero, was frustratingly blinkered and selfish at times. Nonetheless, moving and thought-provoking. Shotgun Baby is a book by American author, Tara Taylor Quinn in the Marriage of Convenience series. Robbie Blair has always loved FBI agent, Connor Randolph, but she knows his difficult youth makes it impossible to offer more than friendship. But when Con suddenly discovers he’s a father, and has to fight to keep his son from the same foster home situation he suffered, Robbie sees her chance. As a bachelor, Con is unlikely to get custody of little Joey, so Robbie offers to marry him. And in her wedding outfit, Robbie suddenly looks much sexier than the friend Con has known all his life. This romance has court cases, kidnappings, plenty of angst and a bit of sex. It would have benefited from a bit of editing to reduce the volume and more the story along more quickly. A sweet romance.