To Be a Mother by Rebecca Winters
(Harlequin Super Romance)

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Samantha Bretton was seventeen when she got pregnant. It was the most confusing time of her life, when outside pressures helped her to see that she was too young to raise a child and too young to get married to Nick Kincaid.

When Nick took their baby girl to raise by himself, Samantha gave up her rights to be Jessica's mother. But now, thirteen years later, Sam needs to see the little girl who—wonder of wonders—is dying to meet her. And Nick—ever-patient, strong, loving Nick—still looks at her the same way. Almost as if he's been waiting for her to come home. He's a man on his own, trying to raise his children. Sometimes he gets things right.

Sometimes he needs a little help...


About Rebecca Winters

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Rebecca Winters lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. With canyons and high alpine meadows full of wildflowers, she never runs out of places to explore. They, plus her favourite vacation spots in Europe, often end up as backgrounds for her romance novels because writing is her passion, along with her family and church. Rebecca loves to hear from readers. If you wish to e-mail her, please visit her website at:
Published September 20, 2010 by Harlequin Superromance. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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