Contacting her ex-lover, TV chef Jed Sanderson, is painful for patisserie owner Aimee Payet. But she has no choice. Toby, the son Jed doesn't know about, has leukemia. Initially furious, Jed agrees to be tested as a marrow donor, then claims his parental rights during Toby's treatment. Even five years later, there are still sparks between Aimee and Jed. But they can't become more, because he won't explain why he left her. Nicola Marsh's Found: His Family (3) has a strong conflict and is highly emotional, but some of Jed and Aimee's confrontations verge on melodrama, as do his reasons for his behavior.
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Catherine Witmer