Clay Dillon is everyone's hero—especially to his family. So when his kid sister needs a kidney, he tracks down Jenna Wright. Jenna's the only one who can help, but to gain her trust he has to lie.
Jenna believes Clay can be everything to her until she finds out who he really is—the son of the woman who ruined her life. In that instant Jenna's dreams for a future with Clay dissolve.
Jenna is in so deep, she actually considers doing what Clay asks. But how can she help his family at the expense of her own?
|Series:||Harlequin Super Romance Series , #1431|
|File size:||214 KB|
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I really enjoyed this story it was very sweet. Although I had some concerns since I am from a blended family that this would have the gross out factor. You know how it could easily have gone that way, but as there is no blood relating them and they never met until they were adults this didn't happen. What you were left with is a really sweet, romantic story. I really love a good HAE ending, and this story delivers!
As a favor to a friend Corrine Sweetland, accountant Jenna Wright sings in public at the Blue Mockingbird Saloon in Little Rock. Clay Dillon hearing her perform and offers her work as a performer at his Memphis bar she accepts.------------- Clay hides his hidden agenda when he offered the singing gig to Jenna. His sister Darcy needs a kidney with Jenna being the last hope of a match. Jenna and Darcy are half-sisters having the same father Donald the man who deserted Jenna, her sister and brother, and her mother to start a new family. However, as Jenna and Clay begin to fall in love, he knows once he reveals his motive she will dump him although he prays she will be there for Darcy.--------------- The Other Woman's Son is an entertaining contemporary romance starring likable characters. Jenna is a terrific protagonist who is caught between loyalty to her still hurting mom, her love for the deceiver with a noble cause, and caring for her nice frail half-sister. If she agrees, her mom may never forgive her if she does not agree, she would never forgive herself. Fans will enjoy the angst filled tale that makes a subtle plea for everyone to be tested as potential donors of life.--------------- Harriet Klausner