What do you say when a 15-year-old asks if you’re her mother?
When a mother gives up her baby, does she have a right to love and happiness later?
How do you separate the love of your lost child from that of the man who adopted her?
Fifteen years ago a teenage pregnancy and a rebellious life forced Sarah Chapman to give up her baby. She’s since alienated herself from any relationships, including family. But when she discovers the long held secret of her grandmother’s dead twins, she sets out to find her daughter, heal the wounds of loss and right her wrongs. Finding love along the way is the furthest thing from her mind. Not to mention her overwhelming sense of maternal love.
Evan Kingfield feels he’s been in a walking coma since his wife died five years ago. His only focus is to raise his teenage daughter the best he can. But what does he know about a girl’s teenage angst? And why has she become so distant? He has no idea how to be father and mother at the same time. So when his daughter confesses that she’s found her birth mother, Evan is devastated. He already lost his wife, the love of his life, he couldn’t bear to lose his daughter too.
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About the Author
She has completed 14 novels while staying active in 2 writing groups, serving on the Boards of Directors several times, and a number of conference committees. But the best part was the life-long friendships she's formed with so many writers, published and unpublished.
Her first published novel, KALEIDOSCOPE, won 2nd place in the 2003 WisRWA Write Touch Readers' Award for published authors. Her second book, WAY OUT WEST, won the prestigious New Jersey Romance Writers' 2003 Golden Leaf Award for Short Contemporary. WAY OUT WEST was also a finalist in the 2004 Virginia Romance Writers' HOLT Medallion Awards.
Her current novels are SAY YES SARAH, HIS BROTHER'S BABY, and ONE MORE NIGHT. She also has a non-fiction humor book, BORN TO BITCH, chronicling life's little annoyances.
When not writing, Blanche enjoys gardening, reading, and playing with her grandkids. You can visit her website, www.blanchemarriott.com, or email her at , or follow her on Facebook (Blanche Marriott)