His Secret Child by Beverly Barton
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One sultry night many years ago, Sheila Vance became a woman in Caleb Bishop's arms. And though he never knew it, Caleb became a father. Now the hard-hearted bachelor was back in town, and Sheila fought the fiery attraction between them. For this time, Caleb had the power to hurt not only her, but also her precious child.

When Caleb saw Sheila again, he wanted her back in his life—and in his bed. But he suspected more than passion made her tremble beneath his touch—and Caleb was determined to discover the elusive beauty's every secret….

3 Babies for 3 Brothers:
There's nothing like a secret baby to bring a brooding bachelor home again!


About Beverly Barton

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Beverly Barton was born in Alabama in 1946. She attended the University of North Alabama, but left to marry her husband, who was in the military. Before becoming a romance novelist, she was a stay-at-home mom. Her first romance novel, Yankee Lover, was published in 1990. She wrote more than 70 books during her lifetime including The Protectors series and the Dead By trilogy. She won several awards including the Romance Writers of America's Maggie Award, the RWA's National Reader's Choice Award, and the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award. She died of heart failure on April 21, 2011 at the age of 64.
Published July 15, 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Silhouette Desire 90s. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Shelia finally tells Caleb that Danny is his son, instead of the usual angst and guilt between the hero and heroine, the story shifts to focus on Danny who has overheard his mother and father's conversation and is deeply hurt by it.

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