Kids on the Doorstep by Kimberly Van Meter
(Harlequin Super Romance)

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John Murphy gets the shock of his life when he finds three abandoned girls on his doorstep. Once he takes them in, it isn't long before the little tykes bring out his fiercest protective instincts. So when their mother shows up at his Emmett's Mill ranch, he's ready to do battle.

Except Renee Dolling isn't what he expects. She clearly loves her girls and wants to make up for past mistakes. John wants to trust her, but he's got the girls to think about. Unless Renee can prove she's the mother her daughters deserve...and the woman this solitary rancher needs.


About Kimberly Van Meter

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An avid reader since before she can remember, Kimberly Van Meter started her writing career at the age of sixteen when she finished her first novel, typing late at night and early in the morning on her mother's old portable typewriter. Although that first novel was nothing short of literary mud, with each successive piece of work she improved her writing and eventually reached that coveted published status. A journalist (who during college swore she'd never write news), Kimberly has worked for both daily and weekly newspapers, covering multiple beats including education, health and crime, but she always dreamed of writing novels and someday saying goodbye to her nonfiction roots.Born and raised in scenic Mariposa, California, Kimberly knows a thing or two about small towns--preferring the quiet, rural atmosphere to the hustle and bustle of a busy city any day--but she and her husband make their home in Oakdale, which represents a compromise between the two worlds. Kimberly and her husband, John, met and fell in love while filming a college production. He was the camera operator and she was the lead actress. Her husband often jokes that he fell in love with his wife through the lens of a camera. A year later they were married and have been together ever since. In addition to writing, reading and drinking hot chocolate by the windowsill when it rains, Kimberly enjoys photography and is the resident photographer for every family event, including weddings and new babies. The photographs gracing the walls of their home are comprised almost entirely of shots Kimberly has captured, whether on the job or just playing around with the camera. The oldest of four siblings and the mother of three children, Kimberly divides her time between football games, swim meets and deadlines.
Published June 27, 2009 by Harlequin Superromance. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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