A story written for the heartand from the heart by the bestselling author of Jacob's Girls.
Bryan's niece. Jennifer's daughter. He knows it. She doesn't.
Dashing ladies' man, brilliant entrepreneur and bachelor uncle, Bryan Chambers is now a bachelor father. That's because suddenlytragicallyhe's the only remaining family his eleven-year-old niece, Nicki, has. And obviously he's not doing a good enough job of surrogate fathering, as Nicki simply isn't getting over her parents' deaths. There's only one thing that interests Nicki these days and that's finding the woman who gave her away eleven years before. Her birth mother.
Desperate to help his niece, Bryan tracks down Jennifer Teal, Nicki's birth mother. She's twenty-sevenbeautiful, successful and unmarried. But there's a hitch or two.
The first hitch? She doesn't seem to like kids. The second? Bryan's falling in love with her.
|Series:||Family Man , #696|
|File size:||436 KB|
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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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
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.