The Daughter Merger

The Daughter Merger

by Janice Kay Johnson

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ISBN-13: 9781460351376
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 09/15/2014
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
File size: 721 KB

About the Author

The author of more than ninety books for children and adults, Janice Kay Johnson writes about love and family - about the way generations connect and the power our earliest experiences have on us throughout life.  An eight time finalist for the Romance Writers of America RITA award, she won a RITA in 2008 for her Superromance novel Snowbound.  A former librarian, Janice raised two daughters in a small town north of Seattle, Washington.

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harstan More than 1 year ago
Filled with anger and worry, David Whitcomb panics that his thirteen-year old daughter Claire has run away again, more than likely heading to her mother. Claire believes that her mother not only needs her, but her cruel father keeps them apart. Desperate, David calls Grace Blanchet, the mother of Claire's only friend, Linnet, who offers no information. Luckily a friendly family man brings her safely home.

Linnet offers Claire the opportunity to move in with her and her mother. Although, she prefers to return to her biological mother, Claire accepts forcing David to reluctantly agree too. However, Grace sets rules that Claire and David must abide by if she fosters the teen. As the arrangement goes through bumps and travails, David and Grace fall in love, but both worries what their budding relationship will do to the fragile Claire.

Anyone who watched his or her adoring preadolescent turn into some wild emotional teen will fully understand THE DAUGHTER MERGER. The story line is driven by the dysfunctional relationships between Claire and her father, and Claire and her dependent mother. The characters make the tale as the key cast feels genuine, captivating the audience with their vulnerability. Janice Kay Johnson provides a powerful contemporary relationship drama that hits home for those readers with children.

Harriet Klausner