Fathers and Other Strangers by Karen Templeton
(Silhouette Intimate Moments)

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Jenna Stanton had raised her niece, Blair, from birth, with nary a clue as to who the child's father was. Until now—when the piece of paper in her hand led her to the inexplicably attractive grouchy ex-cop Hank Logan. How could she tell Hank that her daughter was his? And more important, should she?

The former detective in him told Hank that the pretty widow and the smart-mouth kid were in town for more than just the local scenery. But to say he was floored to find out the truth wasn't even close. Because in Blair and Jenna he was offered a chance to assume the two roles in life he'd sworn he would never take on. Father. And husband.

 

About Karen Templeton

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Since 1998, two-time RITA-award winner (A MOTHER'S WISH, 2009; WELCOME HOME, COWBOY, 2011)  Karen Templeton has been writing richly humorous novels about real women, real men and real life.  The mother of five sons and grandmom to yet another little boy, the transplanted Easterner currently calls New Mexico home.
 
Published October 18, 2010 by Silhouette Intimate Moments. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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